Poore Moves To The Top

Community Donations Fill Superintendent's Office

Posted: December 20, 2012 at 5 a.m.

Michael Poore, superintendent of Bentonville Schools, listens Wednesday from the roof of the School District Administration Building as a group of students from Mary Mae Jones Elemetary School sing Christmas carols in Bentonville. Poore was making good on his promise to work on the building’s roof if the goal of filling his office with food donations for the Samaritan Community Center was met.

School Superintendent Michael Poore stepped outside Wednesday to an office without walls or a roof over his head as he worked from the top of the School District Administration Building.

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