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Posted April 12, 2012

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Kathleen Killorin, Armijo ES

Kathleen Killorin, a bilingual education teacher at Armijo Elementary School, is retiring in July after 30 years with APS. She began her career in 1982.

Killorin has taught at Wilson and Van Buren middle schools and Armijo, Kit Carson, Emerson and Eugene Field elementaries. She has served primarily as a bilingual resource and English as a second language teacher.

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