Central Office Staff
Dr. Matthew Harris, Superintendent email@example.com
Mr. Scott Inglese, Assistant Superintendent firstname.lastname@example.org
Beverly Formato, Administrative Specialist/Web Manager email@example.com
Colleen Kelly, Administrative Support Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Brett Lago, Business Manager/Board Secretary email@example.com
Joan Wehner, Assistant to Business Manager/Title IX Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Megan Massarelli, Business Office Specialist email@example.com
Carol Smolka, Business Office Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org
Carrie Rausch, Business Office Support Specialist email@example.com
Danielle Smith, Human Resource Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Learning Supports
Mr. Greg Karazsia, Director of Student Learning Supports email@example.com
Anita Barber, Student Services Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org
Wendy Westwood, School Psychologist email@example.com
Jodi DiMiceli, School Psychologist firstname.lastname@example.org
Title IX Coordinator
Joan Wehner, Coordinator
Business Office 724-744-2121, ext. 3
Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent Evaluation
The PTSD superintendent and assistant superintendent are evaluated on the following 8 categories: Relationship with Board, Educational Leadership, Business and Finances, Staff/Personnel Relations, Student Responsibilities, Student Growth and Achievement, Community Relationship, and Personal Qualities. Based on the individual cumulative scores of each board member, the average rating is 3.9 out of 4.0
The PTSD superintendent and assistant superintendent are evaluated on the following 3 categories for Achievement of Goals: Goals for High Performance, Goals for Low Cost, and Overall Strategy for Student Achievement.
The goals for high performance include: PSSA results, Keystone Exam results, PVAAS (Student Growth) results, and the State Profile. Due to the performance of the students during the 2017-2018 school year, the board rated the superintendent and assistant superintendent a 34.72 out of 40.
The goals for Low Cost involved the superintendent and assistant superintendent maintain the school mission, which is effective, efficient, and quality education. Our district was the second lowest cost per pupil in the county and bottom five percent of the state. They were rated a 29.10 out of 30 points.
The Overall Strategy for Student Achievement included the following 5 categories: Graduation Rate, Attendance Rate, Career/SAP Goal, Reading Goal, and 21st Century Goal. Based on the results of the 017-2018 school year, the superintendent and assistant superintendent were rated 28.01 out of 30 possible points.
The overall performance of the superintendent and assistant superintendent was a Satisfactory Performance.