Susan Krumm, former assistant superintendent of Fulton Public Schools, will join the William Woods University administrative staff Aug. 16 as director of academic assessment. She retired from FPS in June.
Prior to this appointment, Krumm had devoted her entire career to the students of Fulton Public School District. Following graduation from the University of Missouri in 1971, she joined the Fulton Public Schools as a teacher, and she received Teacher of the Year honors in 1983-84.
From teaching she progressed to director of community relations, and six years ago she was named assistant superintendent. Along the way, she earned a master’s and an educational specialist degree in educational administration from the University of Missouri, along with superintendent’s certification.
Krumm has long been active in numerous civic and charitable organizations, including the Fulton Rotary Club, First Christian Church, City of Fulton Strategic Planning Committee and P.E.O. She has served as president of the Fulton Community Teachers Association, Fulton Board of Associates, the Kingdom of Callaway Supper and Women’s Network.
The recipient of numerous awards, she received the Athena Award from the Kingdom of Callaway Chamber of Commerce and Women’s Network in January. She also received the Outstanding Alumni Award from the Callaway County Chapter of the MU Alumni Association. She has been an active member of the MU chapter and its board of directors since its founding nine years ago, and she has co-chaired the scholarship selection committee since 1996.
A charter member of the President’s Community Council at William Woods University, she also served WWU as strategic plan facilitator. In addition, she has served as an advisor to Westminster College’s Kappa Alpha Theta chapter for 23 years and as a mentor for elementary students for several years.