Jennifer R. Wahl has been a social studies teacher at Loyalsock Township High School since 2006 and the Pennsylvania College of Technology since 2015. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Cabrini University in history and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the Pennsylvania State University. At the high school and college level, Jennifer teachers history, psychology and sociology.
Jennifer has several professional affiliations, including, but not limited to The Japan Society, the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, the International School for Jain Studies, College Board, the National and State Teacher of the Year Pennsylvania Chapter, and the Pennsylvania State Education Association.
Throughout the last 11 ½ years, Jennifer has engaged in multiple professional development opportunities that have taken her to some far off places. In 2011, she was selected by the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia to participate in a two-week study tour in China. Similarly, she was selected for a three-week study tour in Japan by the Japan Society in 2012. In 2013, Jennifer studied restorative justice and teaching for Peace in Delhi India at the International School for Jain Studies. She also traveled with the American Institute for Historical Education, and has participated as an AP World History Reader in Salt Lake City for several years.
6th Grade Math Teacher
I’m sure you are probably checking out all of the back-to-school sales. However, I would like to inform you of what you will need so you know exactly what to buy.
The items you will need are:
- one black and white composition notebook
- pencils and erasers
- a zippered pencil pouch/case
- a pack of MINI crayola markers (fine tip)
- a pack of colored pencils (12 pack is perfect)
Hello, my name is Mr. Craig Weaver. This is my third year teaching sixth grade math at the middle school. I previously taught fifth grade at Schick Elementary for six years. Before coming to Loyalsock I taught in the Warrior Run School District as a seventh grade math teacher for three years. I am excited to have the opportunity to work with your children and be a part of the Loyalsock family!
I graduated from Montoursville High School in 1999. Then, I attended Lock Haven University where I graduated with a degree in Elementary Education, Middle School Mathematics, and a minor in Reading. My first year out of college I was fortunate enough to obtain a long-term substitute position in the Montgomery Area School District. The following year I was hired full-time in the Warrior Run School District.
I currently coach high school basketball and baseball at Montoursville. I formerly coached tennis and softball. As you can see I love coaching. In addition, I enjoy playing sports, hunting, and being outdoors. Most of all, I enjoy spending time with my wife, Ashley, and our two boys, Cole and Cruz.
Academic English 9FY