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Posted May 17, 2012

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Paul Losinski, nex+Gen Academy

Paul Losinski, a math teacher at nex+Gen Academy, is retiring after 25 years with APS. Mr. Losinski spent 22 years at Highland High School where he taught math, CAD, student government, ballroom dance and television broadcasting. He was a math department chair, Instructional Council chair, technology chair, and senior class sponsor. He held positions as a teacher, technology coordinator and activities director.

Mr. Losinski then spent two years at John Adams Middle School as their technology coordinator, athletic director and MESA teacher.

This past year he served as the Algebra 1 facilitator at nex+Gen Academy.

"My career has been challenging, stressful, entertaining, and rewarding. I would not change my decisions if I had it all to do over again. Thank you for the opportunity to serve my community," Mr. Losinski said.

 

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