Dr. Scot Mosher, Building Principal
Dr. Mosher was named principal of Pattonville Heights Middle School in 2001. Prior to coming to Pattonville, he served as principal of Bryan Middle School in St. Charles County. He also previously served as principal of Barnwell Middle School and as an assistant principal and special education administrator in the Francis Howell School District. He has also worked as a middle school science and reading teacher, as well as a special education teacher in the Brentwood and Wentzville school districts. Mosher holds a bachelor’s degree in learning disabilities and behavior disorders from Northeast Missouri State University (now called Truman University), a master’s degree in educational administration from Lindenwood University and a specialist's degree in educational adminstration from Webster University. He completed his doctorate degree in education administration in 2008 from Saint Louis University.
Dr. Mark Houston, Assistant Principal
Dr. Houston has been the Assistant Principal at Pattonville Heights Middle since 2005. Before coming to Heights, he served as Assistant Principal at Riverview Gardens High School and taught social studies for nine years. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education- History, from the University of Missouri- St. Louis. Dr. Houston also holds a Masters degree in Educational Leadership from St. Louis University and recently completed his doctoral degree from Maryville University. Dr. Houston is married with four children and spends much time with family and coaching each one of his kids in soccer, hockey and baseball.
Dr. Rebecca Prokopf, Assistant Principal
Ms. Prokopf was named the Assistant Principal at Pattonville Heights Middle in 2015. Previously, she served as the instructional specialist at Heights and worked as a seventh-grade language arts/social studies teacher at Remington Traditional School. Prior to joining Pattonville, she was an English teacher at a middle school and high school in O'Fallon, Illinois. Ms. Prokopf holds a bachelor's degree in English education and a master's degree in education administration, both from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville. In 2017, she earned her doctorate degree in educational leadership from Maryville University.