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Maggie Walker Governor’s School 2019 retirees

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3 departing teachers for retirement

Maggie Walker Governor’s School honors its retiring teachers who have combined years of service for MW of 62 years. With are grateful for your contributions to the students of this school, and wish you many happy years in your next chapter of life.

Pictured Left to right:

Frau Grois, German Language Teacher. Plans for retirement: “I want to be an advocate and raise awareness for the disabled and for the elderly. My son, Paul, has a traumatic brain injury, and I’d like to do more advocacy for people who have no voice.”

Mr. Tom Boyle, Science Teacher. Plans for retirement: “Initially I plan to relax and unwind. Then I’ll start looking to revive some of my interests, such as refinishing and restoring old furniture. I have a lot of hobbies, like cycling. I also want to volunteer as a foster home to a rescue animal, and then look for other opportunities to do volunteer work.”

Dr. Janet Spencer, English Teacher. Plans for retirement: “I’m going to read quietly, spend more time in the fresh air, travel wherever the spirit leads, and live each day as well as it can be lived.”