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Posted May 7, 2012

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Rosemary Stevenson, Eisenhower MS

Rosemary Stevenson will retire at the end of this school year after 35 years of teaching, 30 of them with APS. The other five years were in Texas.

Ms. Stevenson has taught students in kindergarten through high school. Most of her career has been spent in gifted education.

She began teaching in APS at Lowell ES. She also taught at Wherry, Kirtland and Gov. Bent elementaries. She has spent the past 17 years at Eisenhower Mid-School, where she's taught gifted, reading intervention, and has been a team leader and Instructional Council chair. She also has done Wrinkle Writing for the past 15 years.

In retirement, Ms. Stevenson said she plans to continue teaching gifted endorsement classes at CNM, do some substitute teaching of the gifted in APS, some traveling, lots of running and yoga, and continue enjoying being the proud mom of two beautiful 20-something kids.

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