99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Subcommittee on Appropriations - Agriculture, Conservation, Natural Resources, and Economic Development, Vice-Chairman
Elementary and Secondary Education
Special Committee on Tourism
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Capitol Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Rep. Bryan Spencer, a Republican, represents part of St. Charles and Warren counties (District 63) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2012.
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Spencer was a teacher for 22 years and, prior to his election, taught in the Francis Howell School District. He has also worked other jobs congruent to his teaching. These included: Adaptive Daily Living Instructor at the Lighthouse of the Blind, Alcohol Compliance Officer/Training in Prevention Services, Instructor for Aramark Sports and Entertainment Inc., and Education Consultant for Metropolitan Psychiatric Center.
Rep. Spencer has received numerous awards including: 2011 Francis Howell School District- Hall of Fame, 2011 Francis Howell North High School- SEAM Award, and 2008 Outstanding Young Educator of the Year (Bridgeton/Maryland Heights Junior Chamber of Commerce). He is also a member of the Wentzville Church of Christ, Saint Charles County Central Committee- O’Fallon Township, Jaycees (St. Peters, Wentzville/Lake St. Louis, Mission Inn, and Bridgeton/Maryland Heights), Masonic Lodge- Polar Star Rose Hill #79, and the Lewis and Clark Pachyderms. Rep. Spencer has served as past president of the Jaycees (Wentzville/Lake St. Louis and St Peters), and the Lewis and Clark Pachyderms.
A 1986 graduate of Rolla High School, Rep. Spencer earned his master’s degree in Administration/ Education from the University of Missouri –Saint Louis (2001), and his bachelor’s degree in Social Science/Education from Culver-Stockton College (1989).
Born September 25, 1967, in Rolla, Rep. Spencer currently lives in Wentzville.
Establishes the Student Accountability Act that gives those students with certain scores on an assessment a notation on their high school diploma
Prohibits the use of automated traffic enforcement systems, and requires any political subdivision to complete or terminate any automated traffic enforcement contract within one year
Allows school districts to be excused from compliance with certain statutes in the event of withholding of funds by the governor
Modifies provisions relating to virtual education
Modifies provisions relating to working animals
Requires a crime inquiry and inspection report for every towing where a law enforcement officer is involved, regardless of whether the towing is initiated by a law enforcement officer or requested by another party
Establishes the Missouri Veterans' Heritage Protection Act
Allows providers or resellers of commercial mobile radio services to opt out of contributions to the Universal Service Fund
Changes the law regarding the Universal Service Board
Urges public schools to institute JROTC in their schools