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OHS Teacher Retiree Recognized by School Board

OSWEGO, NY – The Oswego City School District Board of Education recognized retiring Oswego High School Social Studies teacher Patricia Runeari during the regular board meeting on November 13.

OHS Teacher Retiree Recognized by School Board

OHS Teacher Retiree Recognized by School Board

Runeari has served the education needs of students in  the Oswego City School District for more than 27 years.

Among those congratulating the newest district retiree were Board President John Dunsmoor, board member and former teaching colleague Tom DeCastro and Superintendent of Schools Bill Crist.

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