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Posted December 4, 2013

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Lizabeth “Beth” Fuge, San Antonito ES

Lizabeth “Beth” Fuge will be retiring from San Antonito Elementary in December. She has been with San Antonito since 2002 and with APS for 25 years teaching special education.

Beth has touched many special lives and has been an important part of the APS community. Her first position in APS was at Montezuma Elementary.

When asked what she plans to do in retirement, Beth laughs and says, “I’m not taking anything home from work ever again.”

Beth’s laugh and energy is contagious and will be greatly missed. San Antonito’s community wishes her the best in her future endeavors.

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