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Posted May 2, 2012

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Robert "Lane" Sensabaugh, Jackson MS

Robert "Lane" Sensabaugh will retire at the end of the school year. He has worked for APS for 25 years.

Lane began as an educational assistant at Arroyo Del Oso ES. He had a degree in finance but also a very ill toddler son. He began working as an EA so he could be home more to care for Ryan. The people he worked with were also his "family" and helped him through the difficult years before and after Ryan died.

After Ryan's death, Lane was encouraged to go back to school and get his teaching certification. He then taught second grade at E.G. Ross ES, kindergarten briefly at Apache ES and then at Matheson Park ES for seven years.

He switched to teach fifth grade at Matheson Park for another five years. Since then, he has taught math at Jackson Middle School for the past nine years.

He regularly runs into young adults who come up and introduce themselves as his former kindergarten students.

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