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Posted April 18, 2013

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Suzi Miller and Allison Gonzales, Roosevelt MS

Roosevelt Middle School, in Tijeras, announces the retirements of two fantastic teachers this year. A reception will be held at 3 p.m. May 17 in the library.

Suzi Miller is retiring after 40 years in education. She began her career in Garden City, Kan., where she worked 13 years. From there, she moved to Granite Bay, Calif., for six years, and then to New Mexico where she taught in Edgewood for a year. She found her home at Roosevelt, where she has been for 20 years. Suzi achieved her National Board Certification in Early Adolescent Mathematics in 1999 and was awarded a Golden Apple in 2003. In her retirement, Suzi plans to walk the dog every day, garden, scrapbook and read. Oh yes, grandchildren will take a top priority!

Allison Gonzales is retiring after 19 years with APS. She has worked at A. Montoya, Chelwood, and Tomasita elementaries and has been at Roosevelt the past four years. Allison’s plans are to “read every book in the world” after she retires.

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