• Webster Administration

    Salanky

    Jon Salanky
    Principal
    jon.salanky@sjsd.k12.mo.us

    Mr. Salanky received his M.Ed. in Administration from William Woods University and his B.S. in Elementary Education from Missouri Western State University. He is currently pursuing a specialist degree in educational administration.

    Prior to his appointment as principal, Mr. Salanky served as the special education department chair at Lafayette High School. Prior to joining the staff at Lafayette in 2016, he taught at Central High School and the Colgan Alternative Resource Center in the Targets Program and Community Training Program.

    Mr. Salanky has extensive experience with student support frameworks such as positive behavioral interventions and supports, multi-tiered systems of support, MANDT, and social emotional learning. 


    Mr. Schlange

    John Schlange
    Assistant Principal 
    john.schlange@sjsd.k12.mo.us
     

    Mr. Schlange received his Ed.S. in vocational administration from the University of Missouri-Columbia. He earned his M.S. in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Central Missouri and his B.S. in Education from Wayne State College.

    Mr. Schlange has worked in the St. Joseph School District for 28 years as an alternative high school teacher and as an administrator. Prior to his appointment at Webster, he served as a social studies teacher at the alternative high school housed at Hillyard Technical Center and as a teacher leader at the Colgan Alternative Resource Center.


    Mrs. Wymore

    Betty Wymore
    Supervisor of Adult Education
    betty.wymore@sjsd.k12.mo.us

    Mrs. Wymore received her B.S. in Secondary Education from Missouri Western State University. She also has a B.S. from the University of Central Missouri and is currently working on her M.Ed. in Adult Education from Southern Illinois State University in Edwardsville.

    Mrs. Wymore has been the Adult Education and Literacy Supervisor for the St. Joseph School District for 27 years. Under her guidance, the Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) program serves around 1,300 students per year and has class sites in Andrew, Buchanan, Clinton, Grundy, and Harrison County. 


    Carrie Nelson
    Administrative Assistant
    carrie.nelson@sjsd.k12.mo.us