Director of Virtual Instruction
Degrees and Certifications:
Ms. Angie Broaddus
Ms. Broaddus believes that education is the great equalizer. Through education, all children can be provided with the tools to find their own success in life. Angie has spent her life fulfilling this mission and her passion for education can be seen in all her endeavors.
Ms. Broaddus grew up in Webb City and graduated from Webb City High School in 1993. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Missouri Southern State University. She has also earned her master's degree with William Woods University with an emphasis on Educational Leadership. In addition, she has completed her Education Specialist degree from SBU.
She has spent 5 years teaching science in the Webb City School District and became an assistant principal in 2007-2008. Since 2012 she has served as principal at Webb City Junior High.
The Webb City School District utilizes DESE approved vendors for online learning, which allows our students to gain access to a variety of rigorous online courses, available for K-12. Enrollment in virtual courses must occur during the first two weeks of the semester, and only those students enrolled in a Missouri public school the semester prior will be eligible for online learning enrollment. Below you will find a link to the district’s school board policy regarding online courses, and a link to the DESE (Department of Elementary and Secondary Education) MOCAP page. If you would like additional information about online courses please contact your building’s counselor or principal.
When determining if enrollment in a virtual course is the best educational decision for a student, the student and parent might consider the following information:
- The student has demonstrated time-management skills that indicate the student is capable of submitting assignments and completing course requirements without reminders.
- The student has demonstrated persistence in overcoming obstacles and willingness to seek assistance when needed.
- The student has demonstrated verbal or written communication skills that would allow the student to succeed in an environment where the instructor may not provide nonverbal cues to support the student's understanding.
- The student has the necessary computer or technical skills to succeed in a virtual course.
- The student has access to technology resources to participate in a virtual course.
- The student previously has been successful with virtual coursework.