Bob MooreBA - Music Education - College of Idaho
MA - Education Leadership - Montana State University
EDD - Education Leadership - Montana State University
Bob Moore taught music in grades 5-12 in both Idaho and Oregon prior to earning in Master’s degree in Education Leadership from Montana State University.
Upon completion of his Master’s degree, Bob moved to Livingston Montana and was an assistant principal at Park High School for one year and then accepted the principal position at Manhattan High School in Manhattan, Montana.
Bob was the principal at Manhattan High School for 22 years. In that time, he served as President of the Montana Association of Secondary School Principals, President of the School Administrators of Montana, Lead Coordinator for the western region of the National Association of Secondary School Principals, and served on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Secondary School Principals in Reston VA. He has also been recognized as the Montana Secondary Principal of the Year in 2002.
Bob continued his graduate schooling at Montana State University in the field of education Leadership. He completed his EDD in Education Leadership in 2015 prior to leaving Manhattan.
Bob has taught Education Leadership courses as an adjunct professor at Montana State University, currently serves on the Montana K-12 Data Governance Council and has been a Montana State Council member for Advanc-ED for approximately 17 years. Currently, Bob is currently the superintendent of schools for the Stevensville Public Schools in Stevensville, Montana.