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story.lead_photo.caption Janelle Jessen/Herald-Leader Superintendent Ken Ramey pumped his fist as the high school choir sang a personalized rendition of "Oh Happy Day"-- a phrase he is well known for using -- during his retirement party on Friday. Ramey announced in January his plans to retire at the end of the school year in June after a 52-year career in education. His party was attended by many current and former staff members, and included a slideshow and photo booth.

The Siloam Springs School District celebrated the career of Superintendent Ken Ramey during a retirement party on Friday.

Ramey announced in January his plans to retire at the end of the school year after a 52-year career in education.

The retirement party took place at the Panther Athletic Center and quickly became a reunion of many current and former school staff members. The event included a photo booth with a cardboard cutout of Ramey, and a performance by the high school choir of "Oh Happy Day" -- a phrase he is well known for using.

General News on 05/15/2019

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