Name Position Buildings Phone
Hauer, Daniel Kindergarten Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3285
Heim, Nicole Data Manager & Child Accounting Officer District-Wide (570) 356-3459
Henry, George R. Biology Teacher S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3485
Higgins, Heather Life Skills S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3614
Hilderbrandt, Helen 2nd Grade Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3297
Hockenbroch, Stacey 4th Grade Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3272
Hoffman, Tricia Social Studies Teacher S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3481
Holleran, Kathy Food Service Director District-Wide (570) 356-3505
Hower, Michelle 3rd Grade Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3274
Irons, Kristy Assistant School Bus Manager District-Wide (570) 356-7420
Ivey, Rhonda Title 1 Paraprofessional G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3264
Johnston, Michael 10th Grade English/AP English S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3479
Jones, Sherry Learning Support S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3261
Kaseman, David 6th Grade Math S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3624
Kelchner, Brent 8th Science/Tech S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3411
Kistler, Tina Mathematics Teacher S.C.A. High School (570) 356-4304
Kluck-Leonowicz, Amy School Social Worker S.C.A. Middle School 570-356-4301
Knepp, Cindy Middle School Secretary S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3415
Knouse, Sarah Elementary Life Skills Teacher G.C. Hartman Elementary (570) 356-3440
Konyar, Kelly Student Support S.C.A. High School (570) 356-4305
Kreisher, Denise Business Manager District-Wide (570) 356-3502
Lane, Coleen High School Secretary S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3454
Levan, Lori Accounts Payable/Receivable/Benefits District-Wide (570) 356-3507
Lindenmuth, Jerid Social Studies Teacher S.C.A. High School (570) 356-3489
Longenhagen, Marc 8th Soc. Studies/POD S.C.A. Middle School (570) 356-3409

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