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Ms. Lyles Retires After 35 years with PGCPS

Bianca Alvarado, Staff Writer

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After working for 35 years in PGCPS and spending 24 years of those years at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Ms. Sandra Lyles retired on May 1st.

Ms. Lyles started working for PGCPS in 1983. She worked as a social studies teacher for 5 years before coming to ERHS and working as an administrator.

Ms.Lyles said she feels “wonderful and grateful about being able to retire and plans to enjoy time with family and friends.”

Administrator, Ms. Arnita Dew, said she would miss her friend and colleague. Ms. Dew said “ my favorite thing about her is her positive attitude and calming spirit ; She keeps me straight… the rewarded aspects of working with her would be our ability to work together as a team to complete a given task.”

Although Ms. Lyles is leaving, she said she is going to miss her colleagues and students and that she is “ grateful to be able to retire and she is thrilled to continue her life beyond her career.”

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  1. Aurthur Twyman on February 22nd, 2019 9:56 am

    There is no one more carrying, and loving than Ms. Lyles, if it wasn’t for her I know my life would be very different. She was an extension of my parents in School. My day wasn’t good at all unless I could go pass her office and spend time with her. She worked so hard for so many students. Your my favorite Educational influence, there is no one even close in my eyes. I know your turly be missed, because I have missed you since 2003. Go raiders and most of all Go Ms. Lyles. Thank you and remember I love you for all you done not just for me, but all those kids who walked through those doors for so many years.

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Ms. Lyles Retires After 35 years with PGCPS