By Susan Winlow
Kari Sousa’s office at the Educational Services Center is spacious and has a coveted large window that allows in sunlight.
It also has children’s artwork dotting the white board. Sousa said it’s her children’s favorite thing to do when they come to visit her at the Nut Tree complex.
That door will shut behind Sousa, 35, on Friday as one chapter as the district’s associate superintendent of business and administrative services ends and another, that of stay-at-home mom, begins.