Name Position Buildings Phone
Stone, Susan 3rd Grade Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3277
Thomas, Joel Music Teacher S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3456
Toczylousky, Tammy 5th Grade Reading Teacher S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3632
Tomcavage, Scott Supervisor of Building and Grounds District-Wide (570) 356-3506
Tomtishen, Monna Music Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3420
Traugh, Brandon Social Studies Teacher S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3482
Trefsger, Kristy Title 1 Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3262
Trometter, Amber Middle School Physical Education S.C.A. Middle School 570 356-3522
Troutman, Shannon Mathematics Teacher S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3493
Venna, Michael 5th Grade Math Teacher S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3617
Visnosky, Jessica 5th Grade Reading Teacher S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3627
Visnosky, Robert 6th Grade Reading Teacher S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3636
Vitkauskas, Kristen Science Teacher S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3467
Walshaw, Andreia Learning Support Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3268
Walters, Jessica Guidance S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3402
Williams, Michael 7th Grade Soc. Studies/POD S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3405
Williams, Travis Computer Technology Teacher S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3622
Wittig Musser, Diane 5th Grade Social Studies S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3631
Yost, David 7th Grade Math Teacher S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3406
Ziegmont, Stephanie Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment; Homeless/Foster Care Liaison District-Wide (570) 356-3508
Zysset, Emily Family & Consumer Science S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3474

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