Chris MillerDr. Chris Miller

Dr. Miller joined the PCMS family as an Assistant Principal in the 2005-2006 school year. After serving as the Assistant Principal for two years, Dr. Miller was named the Principal of PCMS and has served in that capacity since 2007. Chris married Heather in 1999. They have two children, Zane (2005) and Ella (2010

Dr. Miller began his education career in 1999, and brings 12 years of administration experience at the middle school level. Chris graduated from Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Masters of Science in Educational Administration. Prior to Platte County, worked in the Ozark School District serving as a physical education teacher and high school varsity boy's and girl's soccer head coach. Chris started his administrative career at the Harrisonville Middle School serving as an Assistant Principal and also the varsity soccer head coach for both the boy's and girl's soccer teams.

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Robert Mueller, Assistant Principal

Robert Mueller
Assistant Principal

Mr. Mueller joined the PCMS family as Assistant Principal in 2014. He and his wife, Jill, have been residents of Platte City since 2009 and have two boys; Jarett, 10 and Brett, 7. Jarett attends Paxton Elementary and Brett attends Siegrist Elementary.

Mr. Mueller began his education career in 2000, and brings 10 years of administration experience at the middle school and district levels. Robert received a bachelor's degree in Education from Fort Hays State University and Master of Arts in School Leadership from Benedictine College. He comes to Platte County School District from Atchison Public Schools where he taught computer science for four years at Atchison Middle School, served as the middle school assistant principal for three years, and most recently served as the Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for the district for the past seven years. While in Kansas, he was appointed to the Kansas State Department of Education's Professional Learning Team and the Kansas Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Board of Directors.

"I'm truly excited for this opportunity to serve the Platte County community, and I'm looking forward to continuing the success of the PCMS families, students, and staff."