Name Position Phone
Bebenek, Denise Elementary Secretary (570) 356-3250
Bender, Amy Title 1 Teacher (570) 356-3263
Bloom, Daylene 2nd Grade Teacher (570) 356-3296
Breisch, Brenda Elementary Principal's Secretary 570-356-3252
Brown, Tia Art Teacher (570) 356-3291| 356-3626
Callahan, Maria Learning Support Teacher (570) 356-3274
Deeter, Eric Elementary Guidance (570) 356-3254
Diehl, Kristen 4th Grade Teacher (570) 356-3273
Dry, Katrina 4th Grade Teacher (570) 356-3266
Faust, Michelle 1st Grade Teacher (570) 356-3287
Fetterman, John Elementary Principal (570) 356-3251
Gessner, Melissa Kindergarten Teacher (570) 356-3280
Gratti, Maria 4th Grade Teacher (570) 356-3270
Gum, Cassandra Life Skills Teacher (570) 356-3231
Habowski, Megan 1st Grade Teacher (570) 356-3286
Harder, Suzanne 4th Grade Teacher (570) 356-3267
Hauer, Daniel Kindergarten Teacher (570) 356-3285
Hilderbrandt, Helen 2nd Grade Teacher (570) 356-3297
Hockenbroch, Stacey 4th Grade Teacher (570) 356-3272
Hower, Michelle 3rd Grade Teacher (570) 356-3274
Ivey, Rhonda Title 1 Paraprofessional (570) 356-3264
Knouse, Sarah Elementary Life Skills Teacher (570) 356-3440
Madara, Dana Special Education Teacher (570) 356-3439
Madden, Fawn 3rd Grade Teacher 570-356-3271
Malett, Zachary Computer Technology Teacher (570) 356-4113

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