Stan Green, the Education Foundation’s president, shares, “Nancy, Joy, and Gail have been supportive of the Camdenton Education Foundation for many years. With their levels of expertise and perspectives, they all will be great assets to the board. I look forward to having them join us.”

Serving and supporting students and staff of Camdenton R-III Lakers is a collaborative team effort.One of these teams is the Camdenton R-III School District Education Foundation, Inc..

Recently, Nancy Masterson, Joy Scott and Dr. Gail White, three new directors, joined the existing board members to continue focusing on expenses that fall outside of the normal school budget.

Masterson is serving her 20th year on the Camdenton R-III School Board and is its vice president. Nancy holds a B.S. in Elementary Education and Special Education and Master’s in Parks and Recreation. She recently retired from 42 years with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources serving at both Ha Ha Tonka and Lake of the Ozarks State Park.

Masterson is also serving on the board of directors of the Lake of the Ozarks Developmental Center, the Missouri State Park Employees Association, and the City of Camdenton Park Board. She and her husband, John, have three children, all graduates of Camdenton High School.

Scott currently co-owns and operates Hedges-Scott Funeral Homes in Camdenton, Macks Creek and Osage Beach. She had previously been the manager of Capital Regional Medical Clinic in Eldon. She also had worked in the medical offices of Dr. Chris Franklin, Camdenton, and Dr. Allmon of Sedalia.

Scott is currently also serving on the Executive Board of Camdenton Chamber of Commerce. She and her husband, Tim, are parents of two Laker alumni. “I’m excited and honored to serve on the Foundation Board and look forward to working with such a great group of people,” Joy exclaims.

Dr. White brings with her 28 years in education, 18 years as director of Camdenton R- III’s Lake Career & Technical Center. She has her B.S. in Education, Master’s in Guidance and Counseling and Doctorate in Education.

She retired from the Camdenton School District in 2014 yet she still teaches education classes, part time, for the University of Central Missouri State. “Education is an integral part of who I am,” Gail remarks. “I am honored and pleased to assist the Foundation however I can.” She and her husband, Gary, have one daughter.

Stan Green, the Education Foundation’s president, shares, “Nancy, Joy, and Gail have been supportive of the Camdenton Education Foundation for many years. With their levels of expertise and perspectives, they all will be great assets to the board. I look forward to having them join us.”