The Southern Columbia Area School District extends much gratitude, many thanks, and hearty congratulations to the following individuals who retired, or will be retiring, from employment with the District at the conclusion of the 2015-2016, school year:
 
Edward “Russ” Gleeson - Bus Driver (2009 - 2015)
Deborah Mayernick - Bus Driver (2005 - 2015)
Kathleen Grassley - Bus Driver (1985 - 2015)
Kristy Irons - Paraprofessional / Bus Driver (1997 - 2015)
Derek Stine - Mechanic (1987 - 2015)
Marla Kremser - High School Secretary (1976 - 2015)
Timothy George - Supervisor of Buildings & Grounds (2009 - 2016)
Gary Steinruck - Custodian (2008 - 2016)
Marianne Knoeppel - Cafeteria Worker / Van Driver (2002 - 2016)
Susan Maciejewski - Paraprofessional (1990 - 2016)
Joanne B. Stine - Cafeteria Worker / Bus Driver (1983 - 2016)
Louise Baran - Secondary English Teacher (1986 - 2016)
Betty Showers - 4th Grade Teacher (1985 - 2016)
Robert “Bob” Horne - 4th Grade Teacher (1983 - 2016)
 
While their roles within our school system were different, each of them were "teachers." They interacted with Southern Columbia Area students on a daily basis and left a positive imprint on them in some way. Some of our retirees will continue to work as Fullington Bus employees or in the case of Mr. Stine, serve as the Head Varsity Girls Soccer coach. Whatever path our retirees follow, we wish each much success and happiness in all endeavors! Thank you retirees for your dedicated service and for making a difference in the lives of students!
 
 
 

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