• Mrs. Christy Boman
    Christy Boman - Principal

    Christy Boman received her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education at Pittsburg State University, a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership through Baker University, and her Educational Specialist Degree in Curriculum and Instruction through William Woods University.

    Mrs. Boman began her career in third and fourth grade classrooms. After six years, she became an Instructional Coach. After a year as an Instructional Coach, Mrs. Boman took the Assistant Principal job at Shoal Creek Elementary, and five years later took the lead job. Mrs. Boman has spent 15 of her 17 years in education at Shoal Creek Elementary. Mrs. Boman is honored to be the Principal at Shoal Creek and believes in the importance of a collaborative relationship with the families and the Liberty community.

    Outside of school, Christy enjoys spending time with her husband and their three children (Katlyn 19, Peyton 17, and Elizabeth 14). She also enjoys reading, spending time with friends, and traveling.

    Mrs. Jamie Ackart
    Jamie Ackart - Assistant Principal

    Jamie Ackart is in her 12th year in Liberty, and her 15th year in education. She started her career in North Kansas City in Special Education. She moved to Liberty and began her classroom teaching in kindergarten and second grade at Manor Hill Elementary. After seven years in the classroom she went on to be a district Innovation and Learning Coach at both Manor Hill and Lewis & Clark Elementary.

    Mrs. Ackart graduated with honors from Emporia State University with a degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. She then earned a Master of Science in Education with a focus on teaching students at risk, as well as her Education Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from William Woods University.

    Mrs. Ackart has a passion for working with students, teachers, and families to create an environment where all students thrive. She believes that relationships are at the heart of what we do, and that all students can learn when the adults in their lives work together as a team. 

    Outside of school, Mrs. Ackart can be found spending time with her husband, Dustin, and their two children, Hadley (6th grader) and Kadence (3nd grader). She also enjoys spending time with friends, reading, baking, and traveling.