Dr Stuart Bintner Memorial Scholarship
Dr. Stuart Bintner Memorial Scholarship
Dr. Stuart Bintner spent over 50 years educating students in Missouri, Iowa, and Kansas. He began his own education in Iowa as a kindergartener in the one-room country school building his father’s family all attended and his mother had once taught. After 8th grade he continued his education at Exira High School in Exira, Iowa graduating in 1960 and entered Northwest Missouri State College receiving his B.S. in Education in 1964. Upon graduation Stuart’s teaching career began as a history teacher at Maysville High School in Maysville, Missouri.
In 1968 Stuart moved to Kansas City to attend graduate school at the University of Missouri Kansas City receiving his M.A. in history in 1970. While teaching at Urbandale High School in Urbandale, Iowa from 1969 to 1974, Stuart earned his Educational Specialist degree in curriculum and instruction from Drake University. In 1974, he became an assistant principal at Walhert High School in Dubuque, Iowa and remained there until 1979. During his tenure at Walhert, Stuart earned his Educational Doctorate degree from Drake University. Dr. Bintner was appointed principal of Archbishop O’Hara High School in Kansas City, Missouri in 1979 and remained there until 1994 when he became principal at St. Joseph Elementary School in Shawnee, Kansas retiring there in 2008. Dr. Bintner continued to tutor students at St. Joseph as a volunteer until his death in 2018.
The scholarship is funded by the estate of Stuart Bintner and contribution from his brother and sister-in-law, both NWMSU graduates, Robert Bintner (B.S. in Ed, 69) and Connie Rosier Bintner (B.S. in Ed, 68).
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