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Posted October 8, 2014

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Loretta Garcia, Aztec Complex

Loretta Garcia will be retiring this year after more than 34 years with the district.

Garcia started her career in APS as an Educational Assistant at Valley High School in a Special Education classroom, while she finished her teaching degree at UNM. 

After receiving her degree, Garcia began teaching in classrooms for students with special needs, especially students with challenging behaviors. 

Garcia went on to work for many years as a Special Education Homebound Teacher, eventually becoming the Head Teacher for the program.

For the past fifteen years, Garcia has served as the administrator/principal overseeing Homebound Services and Interim Alternative Education Services for Special Needs Students. 

Garcia has dedicated her career to helping some of our district’s most involved students.  Her expertise and commitment has been a gift to our district and she will be greatly missed.

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