Name Position Phone
Anskis, Dante Special Education Teacher 570-356-3476
Bloom, Tiffany 6th Grade Language Arts Teacher (Room 225) (570) 356-3625
Brown, Chris Technology Education (570) 356-3452
Brown, Tia Art Teacher (570) 356-3291| 356-3626
Burcicki, Janelle 7th Grade English/Language Arts (570) 356-3404
Burns, Lisa Middle School Secretary (570) 356-3400
Callahan, William M.S. Principal (570) 356-3401
Campbell, Rachel 7th Grade ELA (570) 356-3403
Cole, Aaron Middle School Math (570) 356-3410
Deljanovan, Theodore Physical Education Teacher (570) 356-3455
Fegley, David 5th/6th Grade Math (570) 356-3628
Higgins, Heather Life Skills (570) 356-3614
Kaseman, David 6th Grade Math (570) 356-3624
Kelchner, Brent 8th Science/Tech (570) 356-3411
Kluck-Leonowicz, Amy School Social Worker 570-356-4301
Knepp, Cindy Middle School Secretary (570) 356-3415
Longenhagen, Marc 8th Soc. Studies/POD (570) 356-3409
Lupold, Connie 5th Grade Science (570) 356-3630
Meyer, Andrew Technology Education (570) 356-3483
Nestisco, Jena Grades 5 and 6 Learning Support (570) 356-3621
Peachey, Katie 8th Grade ELA (570) 356-3408
Pecora, Anthony 6th Grade Science Teacher (570) 356-3623
Phillips, Amy Marie 7th Grade Teacher (570) 356-3878
Roth, Steven 7th Grade Science (570) 356-3407
Scicchitano, Cathy Middle School Student Support (570) 356-3498

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