Staff Photo by Thomas J. TurneySixth graders Madison Chappell, 12, (left) and Megan Weatherington, 12, (center) work on a math problem with the help of retiring teacher Sandra Jordan at Perquimans County Middle School,  Wednesday, June 11, 2014.
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Staff Photo by Thomas J. TurneySixth graders Madison Chappell, 12, (left) and Megan Weatherington, 12, (center) work on a math problem with the help of retiring teacher Sandra Jordan at Perquimans County Middle School, Wednesday, June 11, 2014.

Class Acts: Retiring teachers reflect on careers

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By Corinne Saunders

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Editor’s note: Each year area school districts say goodbye to veteran teachers, principals and other school personnel who have decided to retire after decades of service in the cause of public education. This year is no different. Fifty-six employees, including 40 teachers, are retiring from the five school districts in the area. The following story highlights three of those teachers.

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