Grace S. Beck Elementary School


Grace S. Beck Elementary School
600 Arch Street
Sunbury. PA 17801
Phone: 570-286-3725
Fax: 570-286-3866
Principal: 


All other phone numbers to this location are discontinued.
Please use 570-286-3725 and follow the prompts.
Grace S. Beck Elementary School
BK1 Mrs. Oriana Auman -Kindergarten
BK2 Mrs. Michelle Koppen -Kindergarten
BK3 Mrs. Alicia Fisher -Kindergarten


B11 Mrs. Riley Campbell - First Grade
B12 Mr. Jonathan Scullin - First Grade
B13 Miss Stephanie Persing - First Grade


B21 Mr. Ryan Swineford - Second Grade
B22 Mrs. Nicole Schenewerk -Second Grade
B23 Mr. William Catizone - Second Grade


B31 Mr. Michael Becker - Third Grade
B32 Ms. Sierra Miller - Third Grade 
B33 Mrs. Katie Booth - Third Grade


B41 Mrs. MaryAnna Rebar -Fourth Grade
B42 Mr.  Paul Kolody -Fourth Grade
B43 Ms. Tiara Bartol -Fourth Grade


B51 Mrs. Lindsey Scholl - Fifth Grade
B52 Mr. Drew Fatool - Fifth Grade
B53 Mrs. Brianna Sharp - Fifth Grade

Mrs. Lisa Kabonick - Title I 
Ms. Michele Dormer - Title I 

Mrs. Paige Allman - Learning Support Teacher 
Ms. Kendra Dressler - Learning Support Teacher
 
 Mrs. Stephanie Culp - Classroom Aide

 - Class Size Reduction Intervention Specialist
i - Class Size Reduction Intervention Specialist


Ms. Minda Fogarty - Librarian
Mr. Zerbe - Library Aide


Mr. Matthew Shively - Physical Education
Mrs. Gina Miscannon - Guidance


Mrs. Jane Reichenbach  - Enrichment Teacher
Mr. Frank DeLucca - Music


Mrs. Christine Landau - Art
Mr. Aaron Naginey - Speech Therapist 


Mrs. Carol Engle - Health Room Technician
Ms. Karlen Light - PreK Counts (IU)


Mrs. Pamela Schlegel - ELL
Mrs. Lynne Ivory - IU





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. 
 


 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.