Editor’s note: Ahwatukee resident and former Arizona Republic journalist Cathy Creno has been periodically writing about her first year as a teacher. She has been teaching Spanish at Altadena Middle School in Ahwatukee. Next school year she will be teaching in the Tempe Elementary School District.“Thank you so much for this amazing year!”“You are a really fun teacher!”“Thanks for everything you have done for me.”“Thank you for being a wonderful teacher.
It takes a village to create a successful classroom. In the nine months that I have been teaching at Kyrene Altade ñ a Middle School, I have been amazed time after time at the generosity Ahwatukee Foothills Villagers who have helped me create my classroom.
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