Wednesday, May 10, 2023

Webb City R-7 hires three administrators

(From Webb City School District)

We are thrilled to share that the Board of Education has approved the hiring of three administration positions for the 2023 school year. Please help us in congratulating the following team members!

Mrs. Amanda Eggleston has been selected as the incoming principal of Webster Primary Center.

Eggleston has worked for the Webb City School District since 2003 as a High School Business Teacher, Public Relations Director, and for the last six years as an Assistant Principal at Webb City High School. 

She received her Bachelor's Degree from Missouri Southern State University, a Master’s Degree from William Woods, and obtained an Education Specialist Degree from Arkansas State University. 

Mrs. Eggleston has been married for 20 years to her husband Brandon and they have three children Allie, Brody, and Kennedy.

We are also excited to announce that the Board of Education has approved Mrs. Courtney Escoto and Mr. Nathan Dingman as Assistant Principals for the 2023 school year. Mrs. Escoto will serve as an Assistant Principal at our high school campus, while Mr. Dingman’s time will be split as an Assistant Principal for Webster Primary Center and Webb City Middle School.
Mrs. Escoto has 14 years of experience teaching English for Mt. Vernon High School, SeeWorth Academy (OK), Joplin High School, and the last two years with Webb City High School. 

Throughout her career she has cultivated a passion for teacher professional development, starting with her involvement in the National Writing Project as a college student. Mrs. Escoto earned a Bachelor of Science degree in English Education and a Master of Science in Educational Administration from Missouri State University. She and her husband Adam have one son, Joaquin, and enjoy working on DIY projects together.

Mr. Dingman has worked for the Webb City School District since 2013 where he has taught high school math, coached baseball, and girl’s basketball, and is currently a District Instructional Coach. Dingman obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Math Education from Northwest Missouri State University and his Master’s Degree in Educational Technology from Pittsburg State University. He is currently an active member of the Instructional Leadership Team for the district. 

He has been married to his wife, Karen for 18 years and has four children Ben, Cole, Andrew, and Luke. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and farming.

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