GREECE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) – A New York school bus monitor who was shown in a video being relentlessly bullied by a group of boys said she’s retiring.

Karen Klein told The Associated Press on Friday that it was a tough decision to leave the job she held for three years, but that it’s time to move on.

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The 68-year-old suburban Rochester grandmother said that she’s not quitting because of what happened on the last day of school in June, when four seventh-grade students taunted her with profanity, insults and threats during a school-bus run. A 10-minute video of the episode went viral online and spurred an outpouring of more than $700,000 in donations from all over the world.

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The Greece school district has suspended the students for a year.

Here’s to a happy and healthy retirement for Karen Klein. Sound off with your thoughts and comments in the section below…

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