LAPS Honors Retirees And Outstanding Employees

Superintendent Dr. Kurt Steinhaus welcomes teachers, staff and guests to the Los Alamos Public Schools 2019 Retirement Party and Employee Recognition Ceremony Wednesday at Fuller Lodge. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

LAPS Superintendent Dr. Kurt Steinhaus with the 2019 Classified Employee of the Year nominees from left, Diana Bequette-Central Office,  Lea Ann Alison-Pinion, Gretchen Graves-Mountain, Robin Dinkel-Chamisa, Joyce Haven-Barranca and Jacqueline Salazar-Aspen. Nominees not pictured include Karyn Murphy-Central Office, Warapha Prime-Central Office, Maria Valdez-LAMS and the Classified Employee of the Year Patricia Court-LAMS. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

LAPS Superintendent Dr. Kurt Steinhaus with the 2019 Certified Employee of the Year nominees from left, Elizabeth Turner-TFA/LAHS, Pat Roberts-Pinion, Kris Martinez-Mountain (2019 Certified of the Year), Megan Lee-Chamisa, Laura Haynes-Barranca and Rachel Bartrum-Aspen. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

LAPS News:

 
Wednesday evening, Los Alamos Public Schools honored 12 retirees and recognized Classified, Certified, and Administrator of the Year Award nominees and winners.
 
Retirees received Nambe ware and award winners were gifted a check, courtesy of the LAPS Foundation.
 
This is the smallest number of LAPS retirees on record.
 

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