Lock Haven High School, Class of 1969
Lifetime resident of Clinton County. English teacher in the district for 33 years. Raised three children who attended schools here.
Why do you serve on the Keystone Central Foundation Board of Directors?
I retired from the Keystone Central district in 2006 after 33 years as an English teacher. At that time I was looking for something to fill my days. As a teacher I was aware of areas of need that the district budget could not address. Soon after my retirement I was approached by a KCF board member to join the board and the rest is history. It is so uplifting to see what the Foundation is able to do to support our students. What better way to give back to a district that served me so well for 33 years?
What do you love most about the Keystone Central Foundation and/or KCSD?
The students…it had always been about the students. I loved the job and my students until the day I walked out of the classroom for the last time. The district has caring, enthusiastic teachers who seek opportunities to provide important lessons/activities for these students. Serving on the KCF board gives members the opportunity to provide resources for these ideas. Rewarding for students, teachers, and KCF members. A win, win, win!