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Posted January 13, 2016

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Susan Thompson, Educational Diagnostician

Susan worked with students and their families at Taylor Middle School, Cibola High School, Marie Hughes and most recently at the Northwest Diagnostic Center as a diagnostician

Susan Thompson, Educational Diagnostician at Northwest Diagnostic Center, is retiring on 1/29/2016.  Susan was a teacher and an Educational Diagnostician in Illinois prior to moving to Albuquerque.  She taught special education at Puesta del Sol for the Rio Rancho Public Schools until 2000 when she moved to the Albuquerque Public Schools as an Educational Diagnostician.  Susan worked with students and their families at Taylor Middle School, Cibola High School, Marie Hughes and most recently at the Northwest Diagnostic Center as a diagnostician.  She is looking forward to additional time in her retirement to enjoy reading, playing bridge, and spending time with her grandchildren in Chicago.  She will also continue to provide reading therapy to students and adults with dyslexia.  Her two dogs Izzie and Bailey are looking forward to spending more time with Susan at home!

There will be a celebration of Susan’s retirement on January 28, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. at the Northwest Diagnostic Center located at 6450 Western Trail NW.  Please join us to say farewell to Susan.

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