Name Position Phone
Bagnell, Gabrielle Supervisor of Custodial Services (570) 356-6209. Dial 3209 when using the school telephone system.
Britch, Tresa J. Secretary to the Superintendent/Board Secretary (570) 356-3509
Bulla, Kelly Secretary to Director of Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment / Technology Secretary (570) 356-3515
Caputo, Paul Superintendent (570) 356-3501
Davis, Brian Director of Technology (570) 356-3465
Fahringer, Clay School Police Officer (570) 356-7402
Gardner, Paula J. Psychologist (570) 356-3511
Gipple, Cheryl Access Secretary (570) 356-3599
Hastings, Christine Secretary to Director of Special Ed (570) 356-3503
Heim, Nicole Data Manager & Child Accounting Officer (570) 356-3459
Holleran, Kathy Food Service Director (570) 356-3505
Irons, Kristy Assistant School Bus Manager (570) 356-7420
Kreisher, Denise Business Manager (570) 356-3502
Levan, Lori Accounts Payable/Receivable/Benefits (570) 356-3507
Matukaitis, Mike
McAnnaney, David Administrative Assistant for Safety/Security (570) 356-4312
McCoog, Ian Gifted Teacher 570) 356-3289/356-3473
Medon, Chris Technical Support Specialist (570) 356-7310
Petro, Cindy Receptionist/Tax Receivables (570) 356-2331
Roberts, John Technical Support Specialist (570) 356-3588
Roth, Jim Athletic Director (570) 356-3460
Snyder, Jennifer Director of Special Education (570) 356-2510
Spade, Alexis Nurse (EC/MS/HS) (570) 356-3253
Spotts, Kim Payroll/Benefits (570) 356-3504
Tomcavage, Scott Supervisor of Building and Grounds (570) 356-3506

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