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Posted May 24, 2010

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Steve and Elaine Prentice Retiring

Steve and Elaine Prentice are retiring after a combined 66 years of service to APS. They both started their teaching careers at Hayes Mid-School in the ‘70s.  Since that time, Steve has taught U.S. history, economics and law at Taft Mid-School, Valley High, Albuquerque Evening School and La Cueva High. Elaine moved from teaching English at Hayes to serving as a counselor at West Mesa High, Eisenhower Mid-School and most recently serving as counseling department chair at La Cueva High. It has been their privilege to devote their professional lives to the students of Albuquerque.



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