Name Position Buildings Phone
Lupold, Connie 5th Grade Science S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3630
Madara, Dana Special Education Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3439
Madden, Fawn 3rd Grade Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary 570-356-3271
Malett, Zachary Computer Technology Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-4113
Maley, Rebecca 2nd Grade Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3298
Matukaitis, Mike District-Wide
McAnnaney, David Administrative Assistant for Safety/Security District-Wide (570) 356-4312
McCoog, Ian Gifted Teacher District-Wide 570) 356-3289/356-3473
McGinley, Beth Nurse G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3253
Medon, Chris Technical Support Specialist District-Wide (570) 356-7310
Mensch, Ryan 9th Grade English Teacher S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3480
Merook, Pamela 1st Grade Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3294
Meyer, Sally 1st Grade Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3293
Meyer, Andrew Technology Education S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3483
Meyer, Andrew Technology Education S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3483
Meyer, Sarah MTSS Coordinator G.C. Hartman Elementary 570-356-3256
Nestisco, Jena Grades 5 and 6 Learning Support S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3621
Noblit, Amanda Library Manager S.C.A. High School 570 356-3463
Novak, Melinda Literacy Specialist G.C. Hartman Elementary 570 356-3423
Nunkester, Maria Mathematics Teacher S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3490
Peachey, Katie 8th Grade ELA S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3408
Pecora, Anthony 6th Grade Science Teacher S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3623
Petro, Michele Learning Support Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3288
Petro, Cindy Receptionist/Tax Receivables District-Wide (570) 356-2331
Pfirman, Shelley 3rd Grade Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3275

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