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Posted December 4, 2014

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Lauri Hassler, Roosevelt A. Montoya School

Lauri Hassler is retiring January 1, 2015 from 30+ years with APS. 

Hassler started her career at Emerson Elementary and has taught at Reginald Chavez ES, Sandia Base ES, Manzano Mesa ES, and currently, Roosevelt A. Montoya School.

Twenty-four of her years were spent teaching kindergartners how to "do their best kindergarten job." 

Hassler was also a Clinical Supervisor for APS/UNM, Teaching Assistant for UNM and UNM/Santa Fe Intern Program, and an APS/ATF/UNM mentor for 10 first year teachers. 

Both of her children are graduates of APS, and are currently attending UNM and CNM. 

In her retirement, Hassler plans to become licensed to sell insurance and work side by side with her husband of 28 years in his Farmers Insurance Agency, as well as travel nationally for Observed MotoTrials with her family.

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