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Posted May 7, 2012

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Teresa "Terry" Palmer, Vision Quest

After over 30 years in education, Teresa "Terry" Palmer is retiring from Albuquerque Public Schools. 

Terry began her career teaching middle school in Georgia but knew that New Mexico was her home. Her first position with Albuquerque Public Schools was as a third-grade teacher at Zia Elementary School. She moved on to teach eighth grade mathematics at Eisenhower and Jefferson middle schools, where she was an active member of the school community. Recently, she has been teaching at Vision Quest Alternative Middle School. 

Terry plans to enjoy her "extended leave of absence...with pay" traveling with her husband, lunching with friends and enjoying life.

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