The Harrisonville Schools Board of Education approved the employment of a new assistant superintendent for academic and student services at a special meeting March 7.
Beth Mulvey, who is currently serving as high school principal in the Grain Valley School District, will begin Monday, July 1.
Mulvey has worked in her current position for six years. Prior to that, she was the associate principal of curriculum and instruction at Grain Valley for two years. She began her career in the Harrisonville School District where she served as a business teacher and assistant technology coordinator at Harrisonville High School, the assistant school-to-work coordinator at Cass Career Center, and the A+ coordinator at HHS over a 12-year period.
Mulvey is a graduate of Harrisonville High School. She earned her bachelor’s degree in education and master’s degree in business education from the University of Missouri. She earned her specialist’s degree in educational leadership from the University of Central Missouri.
Mulvey is married to Tony and they have two children in the Harrisonville School District; Annie is a junior at HHS and Drew is a seventh grader at HMS.
The Harrisonville Schools Board of Education approved a change in the current director of curriculum and instruction position to the assistant superintendent of academic and student services at its meeting in February.