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Teachers' Voices with Lisa Lovallo and Barbara Matteson

"Teachers' Voices" brings Lisa Lovallo together with her former teacher Barbara Matteson to recollect about the ways that art and learning came together in the classroom at Fort Lowell Elementary.

"Teachers' Voices" brings Lisa Lovallo together with her former teacher Barbara Matteson to recollect about the ways that art and learning came together in the classroom at Fort Lowell Elementary.

teachers voices lavallo matteson  spot Lisa Lovallo (left) is the Southern Arizona VP & Systems Manager for Cox Communications. Lisa’s favorite teacher is Barbara Matteson, her 4th grade teacher at Ft. Lowell Elementary School. Today, Mrs. Matteson continues to support Education by serving as President of the NEA’s Retired Teachers Association.

Lisa Lovallo (left) is the Southern Arizona VP & Systems Manager for Cox Communications. Lisa’s favorite teacher is Barbara Matteson, her 4th grade teacher at Ft. Lowell Elementary School. Today, Mrs. Matteson continues to support education by serving as President of the NEA’s Retired Teachers Association.

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