The following news release was provided by Bob Satnan, the Communications Director for Sedalia School District 200.

During closed session of its April 13 meeting, the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education approved Angie Meyer as the next principal of Heber Hunt Elementary School.

Meyer, currently the instructional coach at Sedalia Middle School, earned a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from Missouri Valley College in Marshall in May 1999. She also holds a master’s degree in elementary administration from William Woods University in Fulton (December 2002).

Meyer began her career as an elementary teacher in the Pettis County R-XII district in the 1999-2000 school year. She held the same position in the Morgan County R-I district from 2001-2005 before coming into the Sedalia 200 district as teacher at Washington Elementary from 2005-2007. She served as Washington’s instructional coach from 2007-2015, then moved to a teaching position at Heber Hunt Elementary from 2015-18. She began her current role at SMS in 2018.

Superintendent Steve Triplett said, “Ms. Meyer has experience at Heber Hunt, so she knows the school’s climate and culture. She connects with students well and is committed to their success. I am confident she will provide hands-on leadership for Heber Hunt at every level.”

Meyer is looking forward to reconnecting with the staff and students at Heber Hunt.

“Heber Hunt has always felt like home to me,” she said. “From attending school here as an elementary student myself to teaching third and fourth grade just a few years ago, I feel that my previous time in this building helps me to understand the strengths of Heber Hunt. It also will allow me to build off of those strengths to make Heber Hunt a positive and exciting environment for students and staff members.”