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Posted January 17, 2013

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Nancy E. Fisher, Navajo ES

Nancy E. Fisher, a special education teacher at Navajo Elementary, will retire after 23 years on March 1. Ms. Fisher has taught first through fifth grades. She has served as a Level B reading resource teacher and also has taught students at levels A, C, and D.

"I have loved working with the kids all of these years, however I feel it is time to retire and pursue other career interests," Ms. Fisher said.

She thanked Principal Tracy Herrera and assistant Principal Ada Dominguez for giving her a remarkable learning experience at Navajo.

"Navajo has some of the best teachers in our state to work with," she said. "I am so grateful for knowing and working with them all. I have been so fortunate, so thank you."

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