This school year marks my 29th year in education, and my 12th year serving as Superintendent at Limestone Walters.  I received both my undergraduate and graduate degrees from Bradley University.  I received my educational specialist degree from Western Illinois University. Currently, I am in a doctoral program through Aurora University.  Prior to coming to Limestone Walters, I was a junior high mathematics teacher at Deer Creek Mackinaw and later in Peoria District 150.  During that time, I also coached baseball and basketball.  From 2001 to 2007, I served as the junior high principal at Oak Grove West #68.

I have been married to my wife Kathleen for 24 years and we have two children - Ella, who is a sophomore in college at St. Louis University - Ben, who is a junior at Peoria Notre Dame.

I enjoy golf and cheering on the Bradley Braves, St. Louis Cardinals, and the Chicago Bears.

Tim Dotson, Superintendent

Superintendent's Corner