Equity And Access For All
Mrs. Kelly Stemmermann began her teaching career at McCluer high school and comes back to the district having previously served in the Wentzville and Francis Howell School Districts. She is pursuing her doctorate degree from Maryville University and she holds a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Maryville University and a master’s degree in Athletic Administration from William Woods University. She has a bachelor’s degree from University of Missouri-St. Louis.
I have 7 years of experience in education, including early childhood, elementary, and high school experience. I graduated in December, 2021, with my masters in school counseling from Lindenwood University. I am excited about meeting the social, emotional, academic, and career needs of students at Johnson Wabash!
I have a husband and four busy children ranging in ages from 8th grade through college. I enjoy video games or streaming tv shows in my down time.
I believe all students can learn and grow when given the tools to do so. I aim to be a positive influence on students' lives, helping them grow into independent adults. I value education and relationships, and I feel joy seeing students succeed. I love helping students understand new concepts, guiding them through challenges, and preparing them for their futures.