Superintendent of Schools - Mike Henry

  •  Mr. Mike Henry

    Mike Henry
    Superintendent of Schools
    Phone: (417) 859-2120
    Chief Executive Officer of the Board and the Administrative Leader of the District
     About Superintendent Mike Henry:
    Bachelor's Degree - Elementary Education w/ Physical Education & Math Emphasis, Missouri State University
    Master's Degree - Educational Administration, William Woods University
    Specialist Degree - Educational Leadership, Lindenwood University
    Work Experience:
    Elementary and MS Math Teacher and Coach, Seymour R-II Elementary & Middle School
    Elementary Principal - Gainesville R-V Schools
    Junior High Principal - Ava R-I Schools
    Assistant Superintendent - Ava R-I Schools
    Assistant Superintendent - Marshfield R-I Schools
    Superintendent of Schools - Marshfield R-I Schools
    Community Service and Organizations:
    Church Member and Sunday School Teacher
    Optimist Club, and Rotary Club
    Family and Personal Interests:
    I am married to Brooke, who teaches 2nd grade at Webster Elementary and we have 4 children.  We enjoy spending time outside-camping, hunting, fishing, etc.  We also enjoy being involved with our kids' activities and being involved in our community.

Message to Parents & Community:

  • Dear Bluejay Parents/Guardians,

    First of all, I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer. I am very excited to be taking on the role of Superintendent of Schools for the Marshfield R-I School District. During my four years in the district, I have been so proud to be part of the Marshfield R-I school team and part of this community. It is my belief that we have the best school and staff in the state. Throughout the summer, we have had lots going on in the district and have been extremely busy as we prepare for the upcoming school year. We just wrapped up a very successful summer school program, we are working on many summer projects, we are cleaning/revitalizing each building, and making sure we are ready to see students in August. Obviously, school has looked very different over the past year and a half. While I don’t have all of the answers for what it will look like for the upcoming year, I am certain that our district will continue to do all that we can to serve our students and have a successful school year. The district will continue to use this newsletter to share important information throughout the school year. Please take some time to review this document whenever it is sent out. As always, please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions. We are privileged to have the opportunity to educate your children and we are looking forward to a great school year.


    Mike Henry

    Superintendent of Schools