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Posted November 16, 2016

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Peggy Burnett, Northwest Diagnostic Center

Peggy began her career with APS as a Speech Language Pathologist, working at La Luz, Los Padillas and Carlos Rey elementaries before becoming a Speech Language Evaluator at Coronado Complex.

 She went back to school to earn a license as an Educational Diagnostician and began working with the Cibola cluster in November 1995.

She also worked for the Valley cluster and has most recently been a diagnostician for the Northwest Diagnostic Center. 

In her time as a diagnostician, Peggy has worked directly with diagnostic supervisors and has been part of the Autism Evaluation Team. She has helped many children by providing speech/language therapy and diagnosing educational concerns.

 She looks forward to fishing, hiking, and traveling around the United States with her husband, as well as spending time with her animals once she retires. 

Please join us in celebrating Peggy’s career and retirement at Northwest Diagnostic Center on Nov. 29  from 2-4 p.m. in the NWDC conference room.

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