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Think about growing up and the many years you spent in school.
Was there one person in that school building that made a difference in your life? Were there many?
Well if they’re still alive, drop this paper and pick up the phone or a pen and let them know as soon as possible.
The Los Alamos Public Schools has hundreds of employees who pull off a variety of tasks people may never even know about, on a daily basis.
The local Assets In Action program will launch a weekly recognition of a teacher or staff member of the week in future editions of the Los Alamos Monitor and on AM 1490, KRSN.
This effort, done in conjunction with the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce and the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board, will begin in 2009 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Los Alamos.
Sixty years ago, education for the youth of Los Alamos was a high priority in the small community.
Today, school teachers and their support staff do everything from teach the lesson and create the curriculum, while battling budgets, cleaning the floors and creating the websites to get the information out.
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