The Belton School District has hired Belton High School Assistant Principal Kelly Crumley as Director of Accountability and Instruction, a new position starting in July 2022.
Crumley will be a part of the School Improvement Department, led by Assistant Superintendent Dr. Kimberly Mauck, and responsible for analyzing and interpreting assessment data as it relates to the district's Annual Performance Report. This position will be instrumental in implementing and maintaining district-wide school improvement processes related to Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP-6) standards, as well as developing historical student and school level data files to monitor performance and address achievement gaps.
"I am excited to be able to make a difference in a new position in the Belton School District. The position will be challenging and it is very motivating to know my efforts can make an impact on teacher and student success district-wide," Crumley shared.