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Posted May 7, 2015

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Lorrie Stepetic, SY Jackson

Lorrie Stepetic began her career in 1984 as an APS/UNM Master’s Program intern, teaching at Los Padillas ES. She also taught at Lavaland, Sandia Base and Los Ranchos elementaries. These eleven years of teaching were in early childhood - first through third grades.

She was a board member of the MaryAnn Binford Foundation.

She then spent three years as an APS/UNM clinical support teacher for first year and master's program teachers throughout the district.

She was a librarian teacher at Double Eagle and now SY Jackson elementaries.

The years in the library were spent teaching library skills and encouraging the love of reading and literature to students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Years in the library included active participation in the state and local Battle of the Books organizing committees.

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