Bentonville School District Workers Moving On

Posted: June 2, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.


BENTONVILLE -- The last day of school Thursday will mark the end of a 39-year career in education for Mitch Terry, but he admitted he's probably not going to miss teaching.

At A Glance


Here are the teachers, administrators and staff members retiring this year from the Bentonville School District.

Name*Position*Years With District

Elmo Ausmus*Electrician*30

Barbara Betz*Sixth-grade science/social studies teacher*31

Pam Blair*Principal*6

Diane Brady*Fifth-grade math*25

James Casteel*School psychology specialist*21

Jerry Center*Seventh-grade science teacher*19

Beverly Eubanks*High school biology teacher*38

Galen Havner*Human resources director*17

Patricia Holden*Art teacher*8

Alice Hysell*Counselor*21

Deloris Jobe*Accounts payable*25

Sandy Karnopp*Sixth-grade math teacher*19

Rick Minyard*Warehouse*11

Teresa Minyard*Database administrator*28

Beverly Munstermann*Second-grade teacher*33

Rick Rachel*High school social studies teacher*16

Karen Reyna* Speech pathologist* 12

Cheryl Rutledge*Special education*14

Larry Schoenwald*Plumber*8

Marsha Stroud*Intervention specialist*28

James Swim*Assistant principal*26

Paula Thiessen*Kindergarten teacher*8

Mitch Terry*Art teacher*26

Clint Washam*Bus assistant*2

Kay White*English as a second language*39

Peggy White*Sixth-grade English teacher*29

Source: Staff Report

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