Tahoe-Truckee schools honors 18 retirees for 419 years of service
TRUCKEE, Calif. — At the June 1 Board of Education meeting, the Tahoe Truckee Unified School District honored 18 retirees for years of service and contributions to our youth and community.
Their careers are marked with dedication, hard work and personal achievements. Combined, these outstanding individuals have 419 years of service to the school district and its scholars. The retirees recognized were:
Lindy Astrup: Secretary, Alder Creek Middle School – 27 years of service.
Linda Bendock: Teacher, North Tahoe School – 28 years of service.
Sherry Burns-Sullivan: Teacher, Truckee Elementary – 22 years of service.
Evelyn Foster: Special Education Instructional Assistant, Truckee High School – 28 years of service.
Bill Freeman: Teacher, North Tahoe High School – 30 years of service.
Kathleen Gauthier: Principal, Glenshire Elementary – 29 years of service.
Linda Glynn: Speech & Language Pathologist, Truckee Elementary – 37 years of service.
Bob Gunter: Electrician, Maintenance Department – 12 years of service.
Sara Kuttel: Teacher, Truckee Elementary – 20 years of service.
Marcia Lowrance: Special Education Instructional Assistant, Truckee Elementary – 26 years of service.
Evelyn Manetta: Special Education Instructional Assistant, Truckee Elementary – 26 years of service.
Julie Miescke: Teacher, Kings Beach Elementary – 24 years of service.
Trish Padden: Teacher, Truckee High School – 24 years of service.
Domingo Paniagua Estrada: Custodian, Truckee High School – 8 years of service.
Marianne Porter: Special Friend, Glenshire Elementary School – 19 years of service.
Rebecca Schaffnit: Teacher, Alder Creek Middle School – 20 years of service.
Jacqueline Thomas: Teacher, Kings Beach Elementary – 26 years of service.
Arleen Wallace: Lead Instructional Assistant, Child Development, Sierra High/STEPP Center – 13 years of service.
The district wishes them much happiness in their new life of retirement.
This article was provided by the Tahoe Truckee Unified School District. Visit ttusd.org to learn more.
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