new assistant superintendent

David Reinke has been chosen to continue his career in the Marshall Public School District as the Assistant Superintendent. He is a distinguished educator with over twenty years of experience in education. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the University of Arkansas - Monticello. Reinke also earned his Masters Degree in Educational Leadership and Educational Specialist degrees from Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri. 

He began his career in 2002 as an Industrial Arts teacher and coach with the Sedalia and Wellington Napoleon School Districts. He then moved into administration as the 7-12 Principal of the Sweet Springs School District.  Since 2013, David has served as the Director of the Carrollton Area Center. While in Carrollton, Mr. Reinke was influential in expanding many programs, facilities, and projects throughout the district. He also chaired the “Work Ready Community” initiative for Carroll County. 

Reinke graduated from Webb High School in Reedsburg, Wisconsin and came to Marshall to attend Missouri Valley College on a Rodeo Scholarship. As a resident of Saline County for the last 20 years, he has become very familiar with the Marshall school district and community. He is most proud of his family. Michele, his wife of 20 years, is an Associate Professor at Missouri Valley College, and his daughters, Savannah and Josephine have both been involved with local activities and organizations.  

Mr. Reinke said, “I am very excited to be selected as the Assistant Superintendent of the Marshall School District. I have a great respect for the district and the many people who are involved with it. I look forward to continuing the rich traditions of the Marshall Schools, working with current and future employees, and helping the district continue to grow for the students and community.”

Mr. Reinke, Incoming Assistant Superintendent