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Plainville teacher leaving on a high note

Posted by Ralph Ranalli June 16, 2007 03:34 PM


William Fasulo, a fifth-grade teacher who is retiring this year, was honored this month with the Norfolk County Teachers Association's highest award.

Fasulo received the Laura Warcup Distinguished Educator Award. Margaret Myers, principal of the Beatrice H. Wood Elementary School when Fasulo teaches, said he will be missed when he retires.

"He's an outstanding math and science teacher," she said. "That experience and that depth of knowledge will be very hard to replace."

Fasulo began working in Plainville in 1974. Susan Rieger, a secretary to the superintendent, received a community service award from the association.

- Calvin Hennick

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