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Posted May 14, 2014

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Jim Dunn, Eldorado HS

Jim Dunn began his teaching career in 1993 when as a substitute teacher in Grant Middle School's Side by Side program. He continued on to John Adams and Truman middle schools, where he taught while earning his master's degree in Secondary Education.

Jim also coached football at West Mesa and Rio Grande high schools. In 1997, he joined the Math Department at Eldorado High School, and in 2010, he began teaching in the History Department.

Jim says that he will miss working with young people and the camaraderie of his colleagues, but he looks forward to lessening his paperwork load.

Students speak frequently about Jim's sense of humor and compassion.

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