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Posted May 13, 2013

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Shari Doyon, Zia ES

Shari Doyon is retiring after 32 years with APS. She began her teaching career at Adobe Acres and Lowell, followed by years at Whittier, Sombra Del Monte, Eubank and finally Zia. One could say she covered APS from A-Z. Shari also served as clinical supervisor for UNM’s Early Childhood Multicultural Education (ECME) program.

Shari earned her master’s degree and National Board Certification in early childhood.  During her career with APS she served as a teacher advocate for early childhood education, working to keep instruction developmentally appropriate for her K-2 students and mentoring many UNM ECME students. She looks forward to continuing this work through her involvement with the New Mexico Association for the Education of Young Children.

Through the years, she has been fortunate to work with great students, families, colleagues, and student teachers who have mentored and inspired her.  It’s been a rewarding career.

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