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Arlington teachers Fay, Hubenthal announce retirement

ARLINGTON — Two of the Arlington School District’s longest employed teachers will be retiring this June.

Judy Fay and Deb Hubenthal have chosen this year to end their long co-teaching relationship and move on to a relaxing retirement.

Both teachers have taught in the district for more than two decades.

“To many, they are known for championing the Continuous Progress learning program in several elementary schools,” said Robin Moberly, who is helping to coordinate a retirement party for the pair. “For the last nine years, they have taught this multi-age program at Pioneer Elementary.”

The open house retirement party will take place at Pioneer Elementary on June 9 from 5-7 p.m. The public is invited to attend.

“All former students, parents and families are encouraged to come and congratulate these two amazing women,” Moberly said.

If you would like to contribute to “a very special gift,” please email fayhubcelebration@gmail.com. For more information, call Moberly at 425-501-6150.

 

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