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By Marc Lutz
Wrangell Sentinel 

Assistant principals set to retire after decades in education


Marc Lutz/Wrangell Sentinel

Jenn Miller-Yancey, assistant principal of Evergreen Elementary, holds up a Wrangell Sentinel from December 1993 featuring a cover photo of her teaching students at the school. After 30 years of teaching and leading Evergreen, she will retire from the school on June 10.

Two of Wrangell's lead educators are closing the books on their lesson plans and graduating to retirement.

In June, Bob Davis, assistant principal of Wrangell High School and Stikine Middle School, and Jenn Miller-Yancey, assistant principal of Evergreen Elementary School, will say farewell after more than 30 years each in education.

Davis, 64, who was raised in Alaska and came up through the public school system, swore as a young man that he would never set foot into a school again after graduating.

"After kicking around for a few years at a couple of lousy jobs, I figured that I had to do so...

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