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Emie Story, Staff Writer

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Imagine waking up and not having to leave to go to work or school. What would you do with your time? Would you miss working or the people you saw daily?  Retirement brings up these questions.

Dr. Irene Story is a retired elementary teacher/principal/district administrator.  She was a teacher for 13 years (1985-1998), a principal at Hobbs Elementary School for five years (1998-2003), and a district administer as the Assistant Director of Instruction/Staff Development, (2003-201) until she retired.

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As the Assistant Director of  Instruction Dr. Story was in charge of staff development. Staff development is time set aside for teachers and other staff members to improve, reflect, or work on the craft of teaching.

In retirement, Dr. Story enjoys her time with her family, traveling with my grandfather and family, camping, and reading. She also teaches violin. She is active in Delta Kappa Gamma, an organization for key women educators as well as Laramie County Retired Education Personnel.