Penn Manor welcomes new staff for 2021-2022 school year

Penn Manor welcomed 23 new teachers for the 2021-2022 school year during New Teacher Orientation, held Aug. 11 and 12 at Manor Middle School.

The new appointments, pending school board approval, include:

Letort Elementary
Kimberly Baker, academic support teacher.

Hambright Elementary
Timothy Hite, health and physical education teacher; Annaliese Berkenstock, emotional support teacher; and Rachel Suter, first-grade teacher.

Pequea Elementary
MaKaila Campo, Emily Mader and Molly VanLeuvan, learning support teachers.

Martic Elementary
Timothy Deubler, music teacher; and Gisele Siebold, third-grade teacher.

Eshleman Elementary
Angela Neef, special education teacher.

Martic/Letort Elementary
Laurie Harnish, art teacher.

Letort/Martic/Conestoga/Eshleman Elementary
Mariah Mamas, technology education teacher.

Manor Middle
Diana Chronister, technology education teacher; and Sarah Sambrick, reading/English teacher.

Marticville Middle
Amy Hankle, learning support teacher.

Marticville/Manor Middle
Charles Thai, music teacher.

Penn Manor High School
Austin Sensenig and David Long, health and physical education teachers; Noelle Henderson and Nicholas Marchio, math teachers; Amanda Gagne and Mary Wurzbach, agricultural education teachers; and Pamela Lindstrom, English teacher.

In addition to these new staff members, two Penn Manor schools have new principals for 2021.

Dr. Scott Keddie was named principal of Conestoga Elementary School, and Jerrell Birch is the new assistant principal of Manor Middle School.

To all our new staff members, welcome to the Penn Manor family, and best wishes for the 2021-2022 school year!