Expo Honors Teachers with Lunch, Prizes

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Jennifer Shreve is a school psychology specialist who floats between schools in the Fayetteville School District.

Her office is less glamorous than one would think, considering her title; her landing pad is in a room at the back of the library at Root Elementary School.

In its present state, it’s not much to be proud of. The metal piece the holds the files upright in her filing cabinet has been missing for years, so she uses three metal bookends to keep her files from slipping. A bookshelf without doors is covered with a curtain that the kids are always pulling down.

“My desk is truly from the ‘50s or ‘60s,” she said. Most of her supplies were cast off by other teachers. She doesn’t even have a good place to put her computer. Click here to read the full story from our partners at TheCityWire.com.

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