Upper St. Clair Recognizes Retiring Teachers
Longtime Upper St. Clair School District teachers were honored at the recent school board meeting.
Fourteen retiring Upper St. Clair School District teachers were recognized during May's school board meeting.
"You are the core of what makes us a great school district and for creating the culture of excellence," said Superintendent Patrick O'Toole.
"I can't believe they are going and how much they'll be missed," said Judy Bulazo, Upper St. Clair administrator. "It didn't hit me until I saw them all sitting in here together."
- Carol Booth, Boyce Middle teacher, started in 1988.
- Sherry Ellis, Baker Elementary teacher, started in 1985.
- Janet Falk, Baker Elementary teacher, started in 1979.
- Marjorie Heins, high school gifted teacher, started in 1993.
- John Irwin, high school physics teacher, 32 years of service.
- Roberta Leskovich, Baker Spanish teacher, started in 1981.
- Carol Logan, Streams Elementary teacher, started in 1987.
- Frances McElroy, high school nurse and department chair, started in 1987.
- Mary Lynn Mussetter, high school teacher aide, started in 1990.
- Norma Swaney, Baker Elementary teacher, started in 1979.
- Timothy Stash, high school industrial arts teacher, started in 1986.
- Barbara Byrnes, Fort Couch English teacher
- Catherine Loughran, Fort Couch home economics teacher
- Mary Muffly, Fort Couch English teacher
Flip through the photo gallery above to see the retiring teachers, and be sure to share your favorite memories in the comments below!
Editor's Note: Click here to see what positions will likely not be filled in the 2012-13 school year.
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