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Ronda Hughes

Library Media Specialist
Hot Springs, AR
Ronda Hughes has been an educator for 21 years. She was a fifth grade ELA teacher for 14 years and has been a Library Media Specialist for seven years. She works as an LMS at Fountain Lake Middle School in Hot Springs. She served on the Arkansas Diamond Book Award Committee for many years and is currently on the Charlie May Simon Book Award Committee. She has been the Intellectual Freedom Committee Chair for the Arkansas Reading Association. Currently she is the Corresponding Secretary for Arkansas Alpha Delta Kappa and President Elect of Alpha Epsilon. She is also a blogger for AASL’s Knowledge Quest Journal. Creating a culture of reading in her school and community is very important to her as she co-founded the Garland County READS Committee that works diligently to unite the seven school districts of Garland County to bring a countywide focus to literacy. Ronda was named Arkansas Library Association’s Rising Star in 2018 and Arkansas Association of Instructional Media’s Library Media Specialist of the year in 2019. Currently, she serves AAIM as Parliamentarian and is an elected board member. She holds a Bachelors in Education Degree from Henderson State University and a Masters in Education Of Library Media Degree from Southern Arkansas University.