Kim Marsh, a counselor at Penn Manor High School, has been named assistant high school principal, effective July 1.
Marsh is a familiar face at the high school, where she has worked five years as a learning-support teacher and six years as a counselor. In her new position, she replaces assistant principal Eric Howe, who is taking the principal’s post at Hambright Elementary School July 1.
Marsh has a bachelor’s degree in elementary and special education and a master’s in education with a certification in school counseling from Millersville University. She recently completed the administrative certification program at Alvernia University.
“I’m grateful for the opportunities that I’ve had as a learning support teacher and a school counselor,” Marsh said. “Being in these positions has allowed me to gain more of the ‘big picture’ mentality, which will be extremely helpful as I transition into the role of assistant principal.”
“I’m excited about my new position and look forward to the new challenges and experiences this position brings.”
Marsh and her husband, Steve, live in Willow Street with their two sons, Chase, 5, and Landon, 2.
Best wishes, Kim, in your new role at Penn Manor High School!