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Posted January 23, 2014

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Lucille Chavez Gonzalez, Title I Reading Specialist

Lucille Chavez Gonzalez retired in July 2013 after 29 years of service as a teacher with APS. Most of those years were teaching as a Title I reading specialist.

Ms. Gonzalez, who has a master's degree in reading, started her career at Los Padillas Elementary School. She went on to teach at Marie Hughes Elementary and finished her career at Atrisco Elementary

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