School District Bids Farewell to Retirees

More than 25 administrators and educators retired from the San Mateo-Foster City School District in June.


Staff and supporters of the San Mateo-Foster City School District bid farewell to more than 25 administrators and educators at one of its final board meetings of the 2011-12 school year on June 7.

Patch would like to wish these individuals well as they head off into retirement. Best wishes!

Did you know any of these people? Did they teach you, or one of your children? Or did one of them help you in any way during their career? Share your memories with us, or give any of them a shout-out, in the comments section below.


  • Carol Beaman, Laurel Elementary
  • Carolyn Bowhall, George Hall Elementary
  • Susan Bracker, Brewer Island Elementary
  • Sally Carnevale, District Office, Student Services
  • Patricia Conway, Sunnybrae Elementary
  • Daniel Dass, District Office, Maintenance and Operations
  • Joanne Day, Principal of Baywood Elementary
  • Kathleen "Cass" Ellison, District Office, Child Nutrition Services
  • Robert Eng, Audubon, Bowditch and Foster City elementaries
  • Anne Fillin, Brewer Island Elementary
  • Diane Fujihara, Abbott Middle School
  • Frieda Genauer, Parkside Elementary
  • Elisabeth Giuliacci, Bowditch Middle School
  • Virginia Johnson, Bayside STEM Academy
  • Caroline Mackenzie, Meadow Heights Elementary
  • Deborah Maine, Highlands Elementary
  • Lynne Mason, Abbott Middle School
  • James McClung, Horrall and San Mateo Park elementaries
  • Carol McConnell, District Office, Maintenance and Operations
  • Susan McKenna, North Shoreview Montessori School
  • Joyce Smith, Parkside Elementary
  • George Trubow, Borel Middle School


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