Brandon Eggleston, Ed.D.
417-625-5230 ext. 3002
Dr. Eggleston has served as principal for North Middle School since 2011 and was assistant principal at North from 2008-2011. He began his education career at Joplin Schools as a teacher at North. He has served the district for 17 years. He received a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Missouri Southern State University, Joplin. He earned a master’s degree in education administration from William Woods University; a specialist degree in educational leadership from Missouri State University, Springfield; and a doctorate degree in educational administration from Lindenwood University, St. Charles, Missouri.
Asst. Principal – Seniors
417-625-5230 ext. 3018
Mr. Boyd has spent over 20 years in education having served as a high school teacher, coach, and administrator. Prior to coming to Joplin Schools, Mr. Boyd worked in three Kansas school districts. He received his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees from Kansas State University and a Specialist Degree from Pittsburg State University.
Asst. Principal - Sophomores
417-625-5230 ext. 3018
Mr. Harryman is currently serving as 10th Grade Principal at Joplin High School. He spent his first 20 years in education as a teacher and coach at Joplin Junior High, South Middle School, and Joplin High School. He received a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from Missouri Southern State University, Joplin. He earned a masters degree in education administration from William Woods University.
Asst. Principal – Juniors
417-625-5230 ext. 3027
Mr. Hueller serves as an Assistant Principal for the JHS junior class. Some of his responsibilities include: building level professional development and AP & Dual Credit. He has been in education for nearly 15 years and has served as an Assistant Principal at Joplin High School since 2005. Before coming to JHS, he served as principal at Sarcoxie High School, and he taught at Martin Luther school prior to being at Sarcoxie. Mr. Hueller graduated from Concordia University In Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and completed his Masters Degree through William Woods University.
Asst. Principal – Freshmen
417-625-5230 ext. 3027
Mr. Flora serves as an Assistant Principal for the JHS freshman class, and is in his 11th year in education. Prior to coming to Joplin, Mr. Flora served as a biology teacher and coach in the Reeds Spring School District for the past nine years. He has coached baseball, softball, and basketball in his previous district. Mr. Flora obtained a bachelors degree in wildlife biology, as well as a masters degree in teaching from Missouri State University. In addition, Mr. Flora received a masters degree in school administration from Lindenwood University, and is currently obtaining his doctoral degree in educational studies from the University of Northern Colorado.
Jeff Starkweather, CAA
Mr. Starkweather has been at Joplin High School for over 10 years. Prior to becoming Athletic Director in 2006, he served as a health and physical education teacher and as the head coach of boys basketball, boys golf, and girls golf teams. Previously, Mr. Starkweather worked in the Monett School District and for Missouri Southern State University. He received his Bachelor's Degree from Missouri Southern State University and a Master's Degree from The University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Asst. Athletic Director
417-625-5230 ext. 3052
Mr. Hiatt is beginning his third year with Joplin Schools. Most recently, Mr. Hiatt served as athletic director and head teacher for Northeast High School, in Arma, Kansas. Mr. Hiatt has more than twelve years of experience teaching and coaching various sports including golf, football, baseball, and basketball. Mr. Hiatt graduated from Pittsburg State University with a bachelor of science degree in physical education and a minor in computing. He also earned his master's degree in Educational Leadership from PSU. Mr. Hiatt and his wife Ashley have a 2 daughters named Mia and Maesyn.
Director - Franklin Technology Center
417-625-5260 ext. 3208
417-659-4432 - MSSU Office (Tuesday - Thursday)
Mr. Rockers has been the Director at Franklin Technology Center since 2004. He has been in Career and Technical Education for 29 years. He began his career in education as a Marketing Education instructor and DECA Chapter Advisor at comprehensive high schools in Oklahoma and Kansas. He also served in that capacity at Franklin Technology Center in the early to mid 90's. Mr. Rockers has taught in an alternative high school and began his career in Career and Technical Education Administration in 1998 serving as Director and Associate Dean for Technical Education at Crowder College. Mr. Rockers earned an Associate's Degree from Northeastern Oklahoma A & M majoring in Mid-Management and Marketing. He received his Bachelor's degree from Emporia State University in Business Education w/Marketing Education as his major. He received his Master's degree in Vocational Education and Secondary School Administration from Pittsburg State University.
He is a member of the Missouri Council of Career and Technical Administrators, the Association for Career and Technical Education, and the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Assistant Director - Franklin Technology Center
417-625-5260 ext. 3202
Mr. Reed has been associated with Franklin Technology Center since 1978 first as a student, then an advisory member for the school for 10 years while employed by area manufacturing and engineering firms in southwest Missouri. In 1990 he became the instructor for the Manufacturing and Machining program. In 2004 he became the Special Service Coordinator for Franklin Tech and after 2 years he was moved into the Assistant Directors position. Mr. Reed received a bachelors degree in general education from Missouri Southern State University, his masters in Technical Education from Pittsburg State University, and specialist degree in educational leadership from Missouri State University.
He is a member of the Missouri Counsel on Career & Technical Administrators, the Association of Career & Technical Educators, and the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development.