Su­per­in­ten­dent as­sis­tants’ desks

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - - NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -

■ Ben­tonville: Vicki Lunsford keeps a one-inch bin­der that doc­u­ments the dis­trict’s his­tory at her desk. It was started by the pre­vi­ous su­per­in­ten­dent’s as­sis­tant. The bin­der con­tains an en­try on a New Kids on the Block con­cert that took place in 1988 and raised $5 mil­lion in fund­ing for a ren­o­va­tion of the Old High Mid­dle School au­di­to­rium.

■ Fayet­teville: Paula Neal says her desk looked a lit­tle di­sheveled and or­ga­nized, but she al­ways knew where things were. When she cleaned her desk, she couldn’t find what she needed.

■ Spring­dale: School Board Pres­i­dent Randy Hutchin­son knows Cyn­thia New­man’s desk by the stacks she keeps. “She knows ex­actly where ev­ery­thing is.”

■ Rogers: Wilma Barnes’ desk is easy to spot be­cause of her clock with Mickey Mouse and her “lit­tle doggy.” Chil­dren, in­clud­ing her grand­chil­dren, like to look for the dog when they pass her desk. Barnes has a set of cos­tumes for the dog. She’s had it since she worked in Rus­sel­lville.

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