The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education on Monday night approved the
promotion of Amanda Jackson to assistant principal at Heber Hunt Elementary School,
effective July 1.

Jackson, currently the instructional coach at Heber Hunt, started in the district as
an elementary teacher in 2006, moving to elementary counselor in 2011. This is her first
year as Heber Hunt’s instructional coach. Jackson earned a bachelor’s degree in
elementary education from the University of Central Missouri in 2005.

She holds a counseling degree from Stephens College (2014) and an education specialist degree from William Woods University (2019), along with K-8 certifications as a teacher, counselor and principal.

Heber Hunt Principal Angie Meyer said, “Mrs. Jackson has devoted her entire
career to the success of the staff, students and families at Heber Hunt. She has a wealth of knowledge regarding behavior intervention that will continue to help our students be successful. Heber Hunt is blessed to have her move into a leadership role within our building.”

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