Beulah Ralph Elementary School finds new principal
COLUMBIA - Beulah Ralph Elementary School has found its new principal.
According to a news release from Columbia Public Schools, Seth Woods will be recommended to the Columbia Board of Education to become principal. Woods will replace Tim Majerus who announced his retirement in March.
Woods has been assistant principal at Beulah Ralph since the school opened in 2015. Prior to coming to Beulah Ralph, Woods was the director of curriculum and instruction for Centralia R-VI School District. He also spent 13 years as a mathematics teacher in Centralia.
Woods is completing his doctorate in education leadership and policy analysis at the University of Missouri.
“We’re excited to have Mr. Woods step in to the principal position at Beulah Ralph Elementary School," said Superintendent Peter Stiepleman in a statement. "He was part of the opening of the school and development of the school culture and environment, and will be able to continue to build upon the good things we have in place at Beulah Ralph."