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Posted April 9, 2014

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Neil Meharg, Eldorado HS

Neil Meharg, who has taught chemistry for the past 22 years at Eldorado High School, is calling it a day on May 22,2014. He cherishes his time at EHS and with the 3,600 students he taught there. He is happy to report he is leaving with all his parts and nobody was hurt in his lab!

Mr. Meharg will be fishing up in Washington until Mrs. Meharg makes him go out and find another job. He admires all his colleagues who continue to try to educate their students even in these trying times!

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