You are here: Home Employees Retirements Teresa Larada Horner-Miller, Curriculum & Instruction
Posted May 9, 2013

Note: This news item is more than a year old. Browse for more current news.

Teresa Larada Horner-Miller, Curriculum & Instruction

Teresa Larada Horner-Miller is retiring after an amazing adventure at APS.

She started her career teaching one year in Denver at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School. Then I worked four years in Raton before joining APS. She worked 8 1/2 years at Washington Middle School, one at McKinley Middle School and 5 1/2 at Eisenhower Middle School. For two years she was an instructional coach at Garfield Middle School, before working five years at the district level.

Teresa's retirement plans are to publish a poetry book she wrote while attending the Rio Grande Writing Project 20 years ago, and travel and dance with her husband Lin.

Filed under: employees
News
Wishes for a Joyous Winter Break
A holiday message from Superintendent Raquel Reedy
APS Education Foundation Announces 2019 Selfless Seniors
Each year, the APS Education Foundation in partnership with Frank Frost Photography recognizes high school seniors who have selflessly given back to their schools and communities.
Special Olympics Unified Champion School Award
La Cueva High School was presented with the 2018 Special Olympics Unified Champion Award.
Rebuilt, Renovated and Repaired
APS has spent millions of voter-approved dollars renovating, rebuilding and repairing aging schools. Here is a list of more than 150 projects since 2010.
Student of the Week JC Sandoval
5th grader School at Comanche Elementary School