County Supervisors Recognizes Retired Teachers Week

Written by Estero Bay News

November 21, 2021

The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors recently recognized the contributions to the community made by retired teachers. They passed a resolution that proclaimed November 7 – 13 as California Retired Teachers Week.

Accepting the certificate on behalf of California Retired Teachers Association Division 23 are front row, left to right, Nancy Rye, Karen Beatty both of North Oceano School, which is now Fairgrove School, Susan Huls, Arroyo Vista Elem. School in South Pasadena who moved to the local area four years ago, and President Bruce Badrigian, who taught English at Morro Bay High School for 33 years and currently in his 22nd year teaching English at Cuesta College. Back row, left to right, supervisors Debbie Arnold, Dawn Ortiz-Legg, Lynn Compton, John Peschong, and Bruce Gibson. For information on how to join CalRTA, go to CALRTA.org.

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