Welcome to Fulton Public Schools!
Dr. Jacque Cowherd, Superintendent
Dr. Suzanne Hull, Assistant Superintendent
Mrs. Karrie Millard, Director of Special Services & Federal Programs
Mrs. Karen Snethen, Director of Professional Development and School/Community Programs
Mr. Dan Hedgpath, Director of Technology
Mrs. Rhonda Fletcher, Director of Food Services
Mrs. Kathleen Tucker, Director of Health Services
Mr. Bryan Abbott, Director of Transportation
Mr. Tim Echelmeier, Director of Buildings/Grounds
Mrs. Tia Neal, Director of Options Daycare
Mrs. Julie Bell, Director of Bac-Pac
The Fulton School District is fully accredited by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) through the Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP). Fulton High School is an A+ School.
The Fulton School District has achieved the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's top honor, Distinction in Performance, for seven of the last ten years.
Approximately 2,200 students attend school in the district, grades K-12. The district also boasts a very strong early childhood program, before and after school childcare for school-age children, and owns and operates its own daycare facility.
Our teachers have an average of 12.4 years of experience and over 44 percent have their Master's Degree or higher. The ratio of students to classroom teachers is 18:1.
DISTRICT CSIP (Comprehensive School Improvement plan or CSIP)
Futon Schools have been planning strategically and effectively for for nearly 20 years, involving community leaders, parents, staff and students in the school improvement process. The current plan was constructed in 2012. The Fulton Board of Education reviews and approves the plan yearly. Click here for a copy.
Fulton is a city of approximately 12,000 people located in central Missouri. The community is the county seat of Callaway County and is situated approximately twenty-five miles north of Jefferson City and east of Columbia. Fulton is fortunate to have a four-year liberal arts college and a university -Westminster College and William Woods University.
The community has three major state institutions - Missouri School for the Deaf, Fulton State Hospital, and the Fulton Diagnostic Center. Fulton State Hospital and the Missouri School for the Deaf are the oldest institutions of their kind west of the Mississippi River.
The employment population of Fulton is primarily made up of professional and service personnel employed by the public school district, higher education institutions, state institutions, retail and light industry located within the city. Additional major employers are Dollar General located on Hwy. 54 and the Ameren UE Callaway Nuclear Power Plant located ten miles from the city.