By Hunter King/CityStyle Editor
Dance professor Sheree King has retired this year.
She began working at LBCC as a long-term substitute in 1984 and then as an adjunct professor until she achieved a full-time position in 1988.
She has seen many of her students graduate and attain professional careers in dance. “I am proud of all of them,” she said.
She hopes the dance program will continue to produce excellent students now that she is retired.
King still plans to be involved in dance. Since retiring, she has choreographed for a local ballet company. She also has a Pilate’s business out of her home studio where she meets with private clients.
Her husband is also a dance teacher and they plan to travel more often, teaching dance classes around the world.
She is currently teaching dance class in Armenia until June 1. King is unsure if she will return to LBCC, but it is always an option.