Principal's Corner

 Jessica Huth

Mrs. Jessica Huth
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Principal's Bio

I live on a farm outside of Bunceton, with my wonderful family. My husband is a farmer/rancher and has lived here all his life, he is also a Bunceton Alumni. I have a daughter and a son, which are the light of my life. My daughter is in the 7th grade and my son is in the 3rd grade. We enjoyed many activities together such as; Showing Cattle, 4-H, softball, baseball, basketball, dance, camping, hunting, fishing, skiing, riding trails, gardening, cooking, learning and exploring. We are proud members of the Clark's Fork Trinity Lutheran Church, Bunceton Community Betterment Association, Bunceton Lions Club, Missouri Cattleman Association, and American Angus Association.

I have been in education for 15 years. I began my teaching profession as an Middle School/ High School Agricultural Educator for 4 years, School Counselor K-12 for 4 years, Kindergarten Educator for 2 1/2 years, and School Principal K-12 for 4 1/2 years. The past 11 years I have been at Cooper County R-IV in many roles and have learned so much. I have obtained an Associates of Arts Degree from State Fair Community College, Bachelors of Education from University of Central Missouri, Masters of School Administration from William Woods University, Masters of School Counseling from Stephen's College, and an Education Specialist in Administration Degree from William Woods University.

I have a strong passion for education and working hard to get what you want. I am a positive individual and strive to reflect and evaluate. I work as a collaborative team player. I work very hard to ensure that the student are in a safe and productive environment. 

My mission is to develop a strong foundation for the students, parents, staff, and community through building partnerships. I will work hard to ensure that the standards are being met within each grade level and subject area through standard based grading and learning objectives. Together as a team we are developing strategies for assessment capable learners through curriculum alignment, individualized student goal setting, and focus. Transparent communication is the key. I believe we need to ensure we give every child the opportunity and tools to succeed in life to become assessment capable learners. 

The Dragon Way (PBIS) is a positive reinforcement in developing Safe, Respectable, and Responsible students. The students are acknowledged for their efforts in obtaining these standards. The goals of the Dragon Way are to establish prepared, productive, and positive citizens.

My door is always open. Please stop by to chat, email me at jhuth@bunceton.k12.mo.us, or call/text (660) 621-4425.