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Posted May 9, 2013

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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.

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