PTA, alumni salute La Jolla High teachers, staff

La Jolla High’s PTA and Alumni Association saluted current and retired teachers and staff at a luncheon on Nov. 2.

PTA President Betsy Mueller singled out Teri Newlee, who chaired the event; Alicia Snook, alumni Association administrator, and Sandy Erickson, Alumni Association president, for their work on the event.

The gathering was part of Homecoming festitivities as the school celebrates its 90th anniversary.

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