After 29 years of dedicated service to Westside Union School District and 28 of those year at Joe Walker, our beloved Shirley Hill is retiring. Through several principals and dozens of Vice-Principals, Shirley has been our rock, our ballast, our strength and certainly our “Go To” for EVERYTHING!!! When things get rough – Shirley remains calm. She is an incredibly hard-working woman who lives and serves others from a place of love and integrity. Your entire gift will go toward whatever dream she has in retirement. It may be a new couch for her soon-to-be new home or maybe she’ll use it toward a second honeymoon. Whatever she chooses – we want her to feel special and loved!
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