Five Sequim School District staffers retire

  • Wednesday, June 19, 2019 1:30am
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The Sequim School District sees the retirement of five staffers following the end of the 2018-2019 school year. Honored at a recent retirees reception are, from left, Karen Spoelstra (Helen Haller Elementary School paraeducator; start date in Sequim, Jan. 23, 1991), Susan Bridges (Helen Haller Elementary School paraeducator; start date, Sept. 17, 2015) and Kevin Burke (Olympic Peninsula Academy teacher; start date, May 29, 2009). Not pictured are Patra Boots (Executive Director of Technology; start date, Aug. 19, 1996) and Shirley Toso (Helen Haller Elementary lead custodian; start date, Aug. 28, 1985). Photo courtesy of Sequim School District

The Sequim School District sees the retirement of five staffers following the end of the 2018-2019 school year. Honored at a recent retirees reception are, from left, Karen Spoelstra (Helen Haller Elementary School paraeducator; start date in Sequim, Jan. 23, 1991), Susan Bridges (Helen Haller Elementary School paraeducator; start date, Sept. 17, 2015) and Kevin Burke (Olympic Peninsula Academy teacher; start date, May 29, 2009). Not pictured are Patra Boots (Executive Director of Technology; start date, Aug. 19, 1996) and Shirley Toso (Helen Haller Elementary lead custodian; start date, Aug. 28, 1985). Photo courtesy of Sequim School District

The Sequim School District sees the retirement of five staffers following the end of the 2018-2019 school year. Honored at a recent retirees reception are, from left, Karen Spoelstra (Helen Haller Elementary School paraeducator; start date in Sequim, Jan. 23, 1991), Susan Bridges (Helen Haller Elementary School paraeducator; start date, Sept. 17, 2015) and Kevin Burke (Olympic Peninsula Academy teacher; start date, May 29, 2009). Not pictured are Patra Boots (Executive Director of Technology; start date, Aug. 19, 1996) and Shirley Toso (Helen Haller Elementary lead custodian; start date, Aug. 28, 1985). Photo courtesy of Sequim School District

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