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Crystal Linneman, Administrative Assistant

Hi Pirate families, I am excited to serve as an administrative assistant in the Principal's office at Boonville High School. This is my first year at BHS, and I am enjoying getting to know all of our staff and students.

I graduated from Marshall High School and also earned a cosmetology license. Working with students is my dream job!

When I am not at school, I really enjoy spending time with my family. My husband and I met 12 years ago and married in 2012. We now have 2 boys, one is 7 and the other is 2. We like to go on hikes at the Katy trail and go on family trips.

Please contact me if I can do anything to help your BHS experience run smoothly. Go Pirates!

 

 Mrs. Tina Smith, Administrative Assistant

Photo of Tina SmithTina Smith is the Administrative Assistant to the Assistant Principal. Tina is a graduate of Boonville High School and she attended Central Methodist University where she obtained a degree in elementary education. She worked in the Boonville School District eleven years ago but she and her family moved to Iowa. Later, upon returning to Missouri, she came back because she really likes working for the district. Smith and her husband are the parents of 4 daughters; one is a junior at Central Methodist, one is a sophomore at Mizzou, and her two youngest are sophomores at Boonville High School. When asked about her favorite part of working for Boonville Schools she said, “I really enjoy working with the staff here.”

By Alyssa Fitzgerald, Pirate Press Reporter

Mrs. Heather Duncan, Administrative Assistant

Photo of Heather DuncanMrs. Heather Duncan is an Administrative Assistant at Boonville High School.  She was born and raised in Kansas City, but went to high school in northern Virginia, right outside of Washington, D.C. She met her husband in Boonville, where he grew up.  She and her husband have four daughters, who all grew up here and graduated from Boonville High School.  When Mrs. Duncan started her career in education she was a paraprofessional in the Special Education Department at BHS and would later move to administrative assistant in the front office.  Her love for athletics led her to her current position at BHS.  Her favorite memory of working for the district was when K.C. Wolf came here for the Super Finn Fundraiser and she took pictures with him.

By Haylie Maddex, Pirate Press Reporter