New school superintendent looks to make Williams a place to work and live

| July 8, 2015

By Wendy Howell • Williams News

WILLIAMS, Ariz. – For Richard Honsinger, the community he works in is just as important as the school itself.

When Honsinger heard there was an open principal position at Williams High School he jumped at the chance to apply. Honsinger said that one of the draws is Williams itself.

“I see it as a place with people who are like me,” Honsinger said. “It’s a place I can get to know a lot more people and believe I will fit in well.”

Honsinger worked at Mogollon High School as a math teacher and principal for the past 24 years. He and his family are deeply attached to the school and the Heber-Overgaard community and found it difficult to leave.

“I loved the people and I think I’d say that they loved me,” Honsinger said.

Honsinger said that he and his wife had a short list of places they would ever consider leaving Heber-Overgaard for and Williams was one of them. When the job came up in Williams, they jumped at the chance to apply.

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