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Meet the Principals


Jonathan Wengert

Mr. Jonathan Wengert

Mr. Wengert is entering his third year as Principal at the Middle School after completing three years as assistant principal here at Webb City High School. Mr. Wengert also served in the same position at Neosho High School for five years. He has worked as a physical education, health teacher, coach and athletic director for ten years before getting into administration. He received a bachelor's degree in physical education from Missouri Southern State University in Joplin. He earned a master's degree in education administration from William Woods University and a specialist degree in educational leadership from William Woods University as well. Mr. Wengert is now working to complete his doctorate in Educational Studies. He has been married for 20 years to his wife Julie and has two children.


Mr. Keith Robertson

Mr. Keith Robertson


Mr. Robertson is entering his third year as assistant principal at Webb City Middle School. Prior to coming to the Webb City School District, Mr. Robertson was a principal in the Cassville and Liberal school districts.  He started his teaching career in the Carl Junction School District.  Mr. Robertson earned a bachelor’s degree in English Education from Missouri Southern State University, a master’s degree in Educational Administration from William Woods University, a specialist’s degree in Educational Leadership from Missouri State University, and he is currently pursuing a doctorate in Educational Leadership.  Mr. Robertson and his wife, Sara, have two children attending school in Webb City.  When he is not working, Mr. Robertson enjoys spending time with his family and friends, attending his children’s activities, and watching the St. Louis Cardinals.


Nathan Dingman

Mr. Nathan Dingman

Mr. Dingman has worked for the Webb City School District since 2013 where he has taught high school math, coached baseball, girls’ basketball, and was a District Instructional Coach before becoming Assistant Principal at the Middle School and Webster Primary Center. Dingman obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Math Education from Northwest Missouri State University and his Master’s Degree in Educational Technology from Pittsburg State University. He is currently an active member of the Instructional Leadership Team for the district. He has been married to his wife, Karen for 18 years and has four children Ben, Cole, Andrew, and Luke. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and farming.