Former Lee's Summit Elementary Principal Now A Fourth Grade Teacher

Former Lee's Summit Elementary Principal Now A Fourth Grade Teacher

It seems that a former Lee's Summit and Ray-Pec principal is now a fourth grade teacher in the Kansas City, MO school system.  Here is the trail to her current position.  I wonder how she managed to go backwards.

Susan Romeo resigns as principal

Susan Romeo, principal of Raymore Elementary School, will leave the
Ray-Pec School District at the end of the school year to take a position as
principal of a new elementary school in Lee’s Summit.

The Ray-Pec Board of Education on Dec. 18 accepted Romeo’s
resignation, effective June 16, 2009. On that same date, the Lee’s Summit
School District Board of Education named Romeo as
principal of its new elementary school, scheduled to open
in fall 2009.

The Lee’s Summit district’s 18th elementary school is
under construction in southeast Lee’s Summit on Ranson
Road. The school, along with other facilities and
improvements, is funded by an April 2009 voter-approved
bond issue.

Romeo has been principal at Raymore Elementary
School since 2003 and previously worked as a classroom
teacher and principal intern in the Raytown School
District, as a teacher in the Butler School District and as
a student teacher and teacher associate in the Lee’s
Summit School District. She has 18 years of experience as a professional
educator.

A Lee’s Summit resident, Romeo earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary
education and a master’s degree in elementary school administration, both from
the University of Central Missouri. She is pursuing her doctorate in school
administration through the University of Kansas.

Susan Romeo's Paper For Her Doctorate

kuscholarworks.ku.edu/dspace/bitstream/1808/7737/1/Romeo_ku_0099D_11269_DATA_1.pdf

An Exploratory Study of Teacher Self-Efficacy Beliefs and
Professional Learning Community
By
Susan M. Romeo
Submitted to the graduate degree program in Educational Policy and Leadership and the
Graduate Faculty of the University of Kansas in partial fulfillment of the requirements for
the degree of Doctor of Education.

Thank you professional mentors and supporters: Dr. Kevin Daniel, Dr. Jill
Hackett, Dr. Terri Jamison, and Dr. David McGehee

Thank you to the teachers and staffs at both Sunset Valley Elementary in the
Lee’s Summit School District and Raymore Elementary in the Raymore-Peculiar School
District for supporting me through the various stages of obtaining my doctorate degree.

Former Lee's Summit Principal Terminated From Lone Jack

www.lonejackc6.net/vimages/shared/vnews/stories/50b8f12dec801/November Minutes Special Meeting - November 29th, 2012.pdf

First she left her position as a principal at a Lee's Summit Elementary School.  She was chosen to be the principal over employees already working for the district.  She left unexpectedly with little to no notice.  Then her contract with Lone Jack was terminated.  Someone really needs to investigate this.

James Leath moved to rescind the motion of November 26th to terminate the contract with teacher Susan Romeo. Shannon Chura seconded the motion. Vice President Surber announced the motion carried 5-0 by roll call vote as follows: James Leath, yea; Danny Barker, yea; Shannon Chura, yea; Brian Snow, yea; Rod Surber, yea.

Shannon Chura made the motion to accept the separation agreement and  release with Susan Romeo entered into as of the 29th day of November 2012 with the Lone Jack Board of Education. James Leath seconded the motion. Vice President Surber announced the motion carried 5-0 with the roll call vote as follows: James Leath, yea; Danny Barker, yea; Shannon Chura, yea; Brian Snow, yea; Rod Surber, yea.

http://www.kcpublicschools.org/domain/388

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About Our School 
Our school is located at 3958 Chelsea, in Kansas City, Missouri. It is named after George Melcher, who was superintendent from 1928 to 1940.
  • George Melcher Elementary opened its doors  in 1962.
  • In 1976, the school was changed from a K-7 to a school with kindergarten, fifth and sixth grades.
  • In 1988, it became a foreign language magnet offering Spanish, French and German to fourth- and fifth-graders.
  • Currently our school is a K-6, with two exceptional education classrooms,  five support classrooms, and three auxiliary staff members.
  • Bell Schedule: 9:00a.m. - 4:15p.m.

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