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Posted May 9, 2013

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Teresa Gracheck, Judy Walker & Judy Anaya- Griffin, Collet Park ES

Collet Park Elementary School would like to announce the retirements of Teresa Gracheck, Judy Walker and Judy Anaya- Griffin. Our school will be hosting a retirement gathering to honor them on Monday, May 20 , from 2:30-4p.m. in the school library. Everyone is invited to help us honor our retirees.

Teresa Gracheck has spent many years teaching and guiding children. Her many years of hard work and dedication to helping students is appreciated.

Judith P. Walker has been a speech language pathologist for APS for 27 and a half years. She has dedicated many hours of hard work helping students and families. She has worked at Collet Park ES, Chelwood ES and Armijo ES.

Judy Griffin started teaching in 1976. She taught special education for 12 years, C & D levels, at Apache Elementary.  She also taught PE at Apache for four years, and one year at Bellehaven. In 1991 Judy became a kindergarten teacher year at Chelwood ES. She taught kindergarten at Collet Park for 10 years. For the remainder of her teaching career she taught 2nd grade at Collet Park.  She says she is thankful for establishing so many wonderful friendships through her teaching career.


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