New principal selected for Fulton Middle School

Photo courtesy Fulton Public Schools
Photo courtesy Fulton Public Schools

Fulton Public Schools announced Thursday that Morgan Beamer has been selected as the new Fulton Middle School principal.

She is currently serving as the assistant principal at Bush Elementary. This is her second year in this role, according to a release from FPS.

Before Bush Elementary, Beamer taught math at North Callaway High School.

She received her bachelor's degree from Westminster College and her master's degree from William Woods University. Beamer is currently finishing her specialist's degree at William Woods University.

"I am extremely honored and excited to be the next building leader of Fulton Middle School. I have loved being a part of FPS for the past two school years and I look forward to continuing my career in such a strong and respected district. The administration team at FPS is already extremely strong, and I am humbled to be given the opportunity to join this elite group of individuals. Although I am sad to be leaving my Bush Elementary students, faculty, and staff, I could not be more excited about what the future at Fulton Middle School holds. I look forward to meeting FMS's students, faculty, staff and families and am ready for a great 2023-2024 school year," Beamer said in a release.

She has been married to her husband, Adam, for almost eight years, a release states. They have two children. Parker, who attends Fulton Early Childhood Center, and Colt, who is a year-and-a-half old.

They are expecting their third child in April.

FPS is currently searching for the next Bush Elementary assistant principal.