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Posted December 19, 2012

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Wanda Chavez, Aztec Complex

Wanda Chavez is retiring after 30 years with APS. Wanda has graciously supported teachers, administrators and staff as she tirelessly worked with Risk Management and the Special Education Department at Aztec Complex.

Wanda is a New Mexico native, a mother and grandmother. For 11 years, she has supported several programs at Aztec Complex including the visually impaired, hearing impaired, Child Find and Assistive Technology. She also has served as a school registrar and lead secretary.

Wanda is very knowledgeable about district programs and is a “go to” person if one has a question about who to contact for information within Albuquerque Public Schools.

Wanda has plans to travel to San Francisco and Las Vegas in the near future. She will also be returning to Rome and visiting Egypt as well this summer.

Happy Trails, Wanda!

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