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FCCPS Honors 16 Employees at Retirement Celebration

AT A SPECIAL RECEPTION to honor those retiring from employment with the City of Falls Church Schools Tuesday, Sixteen teachers and others were feted, including Yolanda Jordan (center), a long-time bus driver who was introduced by Nancy Hendrickson (left) and presented a plaque by Schools Superintendent Dr. Toni Jones (right) (Photo: News-Press)
AT A SPECIAL RECEPTION to honor those retiring from employment with the City of Falls Church Schools Tuesday, Sixteen teachers and others were feted, including Yolanda Jordan (center), a long-time bus driver who was introduced by Nancy Hendrickson (left) and presented a plaque by Schools Superintendent Dr. Toni Jones (right) (Photo: News-Press)

Ten of the sixteen employees retiring from the Falls Church City Public School system were honored at the school system’s 2015 Retirement Celebration on Tuesday evening in the Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School cafeteria and auditorium.

The ten employees were recognized at the ceremony were George Mason High School counselor Nancy Goldman, bus driver Yolanda Jordan, Thomas Jefferson Elementary School paraprofessional Monique Lane, data information specialist Leila Levesque, Jefferson third grade teacher Barbara Logan, food services Clara Loza, Mason French teacher Chin Mah, Henderson special education teacher Michael Malone, Mason counselor Marcia Schumann and Mason art teacher Maria Shields.