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

Bria Felmy - KDG

Heather Krouse - 1st Grade 
Marilyn Lynch - 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

Melanie Hildebrand - Custodian

Announcements

  • NEW ENROLLMENT/REGISTRATION LOCATION
    Beginning July 1, 2019, all new student enrollments for children entering kindergarten through 12th grade will be done at the Shikellamy High School.  Please call the main office - 570-286-3721 extension 2363. 
    Posted Aug 1, 2019, 6:33 AM by Matthew Roslevich
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Open House Dates
August 28th
1st & 2nd Grades 6:00-6:45 pm
3rd-5th Grades 7:00-7:45 pm

August 29th
Kindergarten starts at 5:30 pm in the Priestley Cafeteria



2019-20 PSSA Dates for 3rd, 4th, & 5th Grades
English & Language Arts:  April 20-24
Mathematics:  April 27-May 1
Science (4th Gr. only):  April 27-May 1


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.