Priestley Elementary School
423 Cannery Road
Northumberland, PA 17857
Phone: 570-473-3261
Principal: Mr. Roy Burns


Faculty & Staff

Diane VanKirk - KDG
Mary Hepner - KDG

Angie Persing - KDG

Heather Krouse - 1st Grade 
Marilyn Lynch - 1st Grade

Bria Felmy - 1st Grade

Kathy Stettler - 2nd Grade

Michelle Aurand - 2nd Grade

Cody Bottiger - 2nd Grade

Sammi Zeigler - 3rd Grade

Jessica Rotzler - 3rd Grade

Shane Snyder - 3rd Grade

Joshua Beddall - 4th Grade

Elizabeth Rohrbach - 4th Grade

Kirsten Weller - 4th Grade

Ryan Bucher - 5th Grade

Kristen Gauger - 5th Grade

Stephanie Bowman - 5th Grade

Jordan Dunkelberger - Learning Support

Tara Paige - Speech/Language
Alaina Morrison - Title I Reading

Suzanne Nickler - Reading Interventionist

Greg Baney - Physical Education

Minda Fogarty - Librarian

Jeff Zerbe - Librarian Aide

Mark Lenig - Music

Ryan Albertson - Art

Jane Reichenbach - Enrichment

Denise Snyder - Nurse

Dave Hoffman - Guidance Counselor

William Troutman - Office Secretary

Angela Derr - Office Secretary

Michelle Stender - Custodian

Mary Neidig - Custodian

Cody Swank - Custodian

Announcements


March Dates
1st Read Across America Day (Dr. Seuss's Birthday)
5th Spring Pictures
15th BUG Awards (3rd Grade)
17th PTA Bingo
22nd Act 80 Day

April Dates
2nd, 4th, & 8th Book Fair
3rd Book Fair Night 4-6pm
4th End of 3rd Marking Period
4th School Board Work Session 7pm
11th PTA Meeting 6pm
11th School Board Meeting 7pm
15th Report Cards go home
15th-17th ELA PSSA
19th No School
29th-30th Math PSSA



2018-19 PSSA Dates for 3rd, 4th, & 5th Grades
English & Language Arts:  April 15-17
Mathematics:  April 29-30
Science (4th Gr. only):  May 1-2


Need help with your child's math homework?  Below is a link to a YouTube video that will show you how to install and use an app called Bounce Pages.  It is directly linked to the enVision math program.



The McKinney-Vento Homeless Act guarantees a free and appropriate public education for all homeless children and youth.  Federal and state laws make the school district’s responsibility clear.

  • A student whose family becomes homeless may remain in the school he/she was attending prior to becoming homeless for the duration of the school year.

  • If it is feasible, a student may transfer to a school if it is closer to his/her transitional housing.

  • The receiving school may not prevent or delay the enrollment of a homeless child by requiring proof of residency or lack of documentation such as immunization records.  

  • Transportation for homeless must begin within 5 school days, but sooner if possible.