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May 30, 2024

Retiring after 32 years, Logue shares message

Five retiring San Benito High School employees honored at Tuesday’s End-of-The-Year Staff Recognition and Awards Luncheon: John Robrock, John Fisher, Sue Rojcewicz, Randy Logue and Pat Pelaiz

Courtesy of San Benito High School:

In honor of his retirement after 32 years at San Benito High School, we’d like to share the message that Coach Randy Logue offered to his fellow staff members after Tuesday’s staff awards luncheon, at which he was one of the honorees:

“First of all it has been my honor, and pleasure to work with all of you for these past 32 years, whether as an administrator, teacher, counselor, coach, instructional aide, someone in an office, a groundskeeper, custodian, bus driver, maintenance or technology specialist, food service person, librarian or in the secretarial center. Everyone here has been first class, dedicated, and committed to trying to help the kids at San Benito High School be the best they can be. I think the thing that warms my heart the most is how many of you who were former students have come back to give back to the school. It means a lot that so many of you had a good enough experience here that you would consider coming back and working here. I am also proud that many of you for whom I was your mentor teacher have gone on to become such successful teachers. I also want to thank all of you who have helped my girls become the successful, wonderful kids that they have become. I came here 32 years ago single and right out of college, and met my wife here and my daughters have all attended or are attending here. Outside of student teaching, San Benito High School is the only school I have ever worked at. I don’t want to mention individual names because I know I would forget someone. So I will leave you with this: if you are a young teacher, listen to the older veterans, start a 403b account, plan for the future, it will be here so fast you won’t even know what happened. If you are in the middle of your career and you are maybe thinking of testing the waters somewhere else, remember the grass isn’t always greener on the other side of the fence. And to those of you who have more years in than me, I hope when you do decide to retire it is everything you hope for.”


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