Name Position Phone
Anderson, Kristie Business Education Teacher (570) 356-3496
Baker, Casie Art Teacher (570) 356-3477| 356-3626
Becker, James H.S. Principal (570) 356-3451
Borys, Andrea High School Spanish Teacher (570) 356-3491
Brewer, Dean Physics Teacher (570) 356-3487
Brown, Chris Technology Education (570) 356-3452
Campbell, Claire Health & Phys. Ed. (570) 356-3461
Day, Lauren French Teacher & Student Support Teacher (570) 356-3497
Deljanovan, Theodore Physical Education Teacher (570) 356-3455
DeLong, Stephen Physical Science / Chemistry Teacher (570) 356-3484
Donlan, Thomas Jr. Guidance (570) 356-3464
Fegley, Beth H.S. Guidance/Athletic Secretary (570) 356-3499
Gengler, Christopher Computer Science Teacher (570) 356-3495
Halon, Adriane High School Secretary (570) 356-3450
Henry, George R. Biology Teacher (570) 356-3485
Hoffman, Tricia Social Studies Teacher (570) 356-3481
Johnston, Michael 10th Grade English/AP English (570) 356-3479
Jones, Sherry Learning Support (570) 356-3261
Kistler, Tina Mathematics Teacher (570) 356-4304
Konyar, Kelly Student Support (570) 356-4305
Lane, Coleen High School Secretary (570) 356-3454
Lindenmuth, Jerid Social Studies Teacher (570) 356-3489
Mensch, Ryan 9th Grade English Teacher (570) 356-3480
Meyer, Andrew Technology Education (570) 356-3483
Noblit, Amanda Library Manager 570 356-3463

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