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Posted May 13, 2013

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Reyna Vigil, resource teacher

Reyna Vigil is retiring after 31 years of service as a teacher with APS. She taught first and second grades at Armijo and East San Jose elementaries. While at East San Jose, she earned a master's degree in special education and began working with students with special needs.

Reyna ended her time in the classroom at Hawthorne Elementary. She has enjoyed working with special education teachers as a resource teacher with the APS New Teacher Support Program and as a math liaison with the Special Education Math and Reading Learning Disabilities Unit.

She is looking forward to traveling and camping with her husband Lee, as well as becoming more involved in church and other volunteering activities.

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