Dana Brown is a 1987 graduate of Harmony Grove High School. She was reared in the southern Arkansas town of Camden. She attended Henderson State University where she received a Bachelors Degree in Business Management. While at Henderson, she met and married her husband, Jim Brown, a native resident of Mountain Home. Dana continued her education at Arkansas State University completing her Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction and a Specialist Degree in Educational Administration. Dana is a member of the Mountain Home Rotary Club and past member of Junior Auxiliary. She and her family are members of Eastside Baptist Church. Dana and her husband, Jim, have a son James Daniel.



Curtis Gladden is a 1989 graduate of Berryville High School.  After graduation he spent 4 years serving in the United States Air Force as a medical laboratory technician.  He attended the University of Arkansas and earned a Bachelors Degree in Education and a Master of Arts in Teaching in 1998. He spent two years teaching physical science and coaching in Cassville, Missouri before joining the staff of Springdale High School as a science teacher and coach.  He spent 11 years in Springdale. While there he taught physical science and biology at Springdale Har-Ber and Central Junior High schools. He earned his administrative certification through Harding University in 2011.  He is married to Jennifer and has two children Carlee Ann and Will.






     George Sitkowski is a 1987 graduate of Fayetteville High School. He attended the University of Central Arkansas on a basketball scholarship. He graduated UCA in the Spring of 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in Education. While at UCA he majored in Health and Kinesiology and a certification area of Biology. He began his teaching career at Heber Springs. After three years he moved to Fayetteville in 1995 and stayed there for seven years. While at Fayetteville he taught Biology and was the Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach.  In 2002 he took over the Head Basketball Coaching duties at Mountain Home High School. In 2006 he resigned those duties and began his administration career as an Assistant Principal at Mountain Home High School. During his 18 year career he has completed his Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Arkansas and will complete his Educational Leadership Specialist Degree from Arkansas Tech University in the Fall of 2010.