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Dual Enrollment
Save money on your child's college education. Students take college level courses and get both a high school elective credit and the college credit. Please make an appointment with your guidance counselor for further details.









                     2016 Rankings

Shikellamy High School is recognized in the National Rankings and earned a bronze medal. Schools are ranked based on their performance on state-required tests and how well they prepare students for college.


WELCOME....
                               ....to the high school web page
 
"You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think."  
-Winnie the Pooh

               Believe in Shikellamy

Shikellamy High School
600 Walnut Street
Sunbury, PA 17801
Office: 570-286-3702
FAX: 570-286-3775
 
Michael Egan                      Brandy Wiest
Principal                              Assistant Principal
570-286-3702 x2363              570-286-3702 x2361
 
Lew Dellegrotti                   
Student Services Coordinator / Attendance Officer         570-286-3702 x2376


Guidance Office                Matthew Mitchell   
570-286-3702 x2367            Director of Food Service
                                                          570-286-3702 x2347  
               

 


Teachers:


ART
Ingrid Howard
Jennifer Shay


BAND/CHORUS
Scott Carey
Amy Rhinard


BUSINESS
Jonathan Evans
Timothy Foor


COMMUNICATION ARTS
Melissa Brouse
Mark Cox
Victoria Davis
Christy Krieger
Brett Michaels
Adrianne Morrison
Kathleen Pennington
Peter Solomon


CYBER SCHOOL
Eric Attinger (570-286-3702 x2202)

FAMILY CONSUMER SCIENCE

Megan Grimme

GIFTED
Colleen Epler-Ruths

GUIDANCE
Fred Coleman
Elizabeth Deitrich
Robert Donlan


HEALTH
Amber Hummer
Diane Miller Sones

JROTC

1st SGT Daniel Alderson
Lt. Col. Joseph Walsh


LIBRARY
Jane Reichenbach

MATH
Melodee Brosious
Michael Geiswhite
Kevin Harry
Donald Leitzel
Ryan McHale
Todd Tilford
NURSE
Karen Yordy-Splitt

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Amber Hummer
Diane Miller Sones
Sam Stroh


SCIENCE
Colleen Epler-Ruths
Alexis Gundrum
Kayla Kaminskie
Yvonne Monahan
Jenna Mowery
Jodi Schmidt
Troy Smith


SOCIAL STUDIES
Ellen Berger
Alicia Differ
Heidi Mackey
Jonathan Steese
Michele Wallace

TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
Joshua Grozier
Justin Paulhamus


WORLD LANGUAGE
Aubyn Johnson
Adrianne Morrison
Kathleen Pennington


SPECIAL EDUCATION
Garrett Bloom
Michele Erdman
Rachel Gittens
Kayla Hulsizer
Sandy Jones
Martha Krieger
Holly Roshon
Jennifer Smith
Hollly Zimmerman

SPECIAL SERVICES
James Ermert, ISS Monitor
Michael Farronato, Social Worker

Carla Ferry, ESL
Marsha Kouf, Hearing Support, IU
Debra Heater, Hearing Support, IU
Aaron Naginey, Speech/Language Therapist



Support Staff:
AIDES
Lyndsey Byerly
Rhonda Dunn
Lori Eroh
Katrina Everett
Tracy Feese
Anna Heim
Justina Hinkle
Suann Hinkle
Teresita Kessler
Deborah Rathfon
Ashley Deibler
Christine Shemory
Marion Walls
Haley Weikel
Sage Wertz


CAFETERIA
Robin Fedder  
Betty Gilbert
Tana Gotshall
Michelle Huerta
Mary Miller
Penny Salter
Joyce Trego
Lori Yordy
CUSTODIANS
Tracy Byers
Ray Dampman
Steven Dooley
Cathy Fenstermacher
Grady Fetterman
Jack Hamilton
Steven Hare
April Masser
Donna Rothermel

OFFICE STAFF
Diane Dodge, Receptionist
Jodell Kovaschetz, Guidance Secretary
Meredith Rudy, Secretary to Principal
Marjorie Neff, Attendance Secretary
Tara Spencer, Secretary to Ass't. Principal


Announcements

  • Click on the title of the post to read more information or to view attachments
  • The Mckinney-Vento Homeless Act

    The McKinney-Vento Homeless Act guarantees a free and appropriate public education for all homeless children and youth.  Federal and state laws make the school district’s responsibility clear.

    • A student whose family becomes homeless may remain in the school he/she was attending prior to becoming homeless for the duration of the school year.

    • If it is feasible, a student may transfer to a school if it is closer to his/her transitional housing.

    • The receiving school may not prevent or delay the enrollment of a homeless child by requiring proof of residency or lack of documentation such as immunization records.  

    • Transportation for homeless must begin within 5 school days, but sooner if possible.


    Posted Jan 30, 2019, 10:12 AM by Meredith Rudy
  • Safe 2 Say Something
    Posted Jan 18, 2019, 7:26 AM by Meredith Rudy
  • Spring Sports Physicals
    Spring Sports Physicals are scheduled in the high school field house on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 as follows:

    • 6:00pm - Girl's Jr. High Field Hockey
    • 6:15pm - Girl's Jr. High Socer
    • 6:30pm - Softball
    • 6:45pm - Girl's Track & Field
    • 7:00pm - Boy's Jr. High Soccer
    • 7:15pm - Boy's Tennis
    • 7:30pm - Boy's Track & Field
    • 7:45pm - Baseball
    • 8:00pm - Boy's Lacrosse


    There will be NO MAKE UP DATE for Spring Physicals

    If you had a physical during the 2018-2019 school year, (Fall or Winter), you MUST complete a re-certification form (blue). 

    Click on the Athletic PIAA Sports Physicals for the physical forms.
    Posted Jan 14, 2019, 9:55 AM by Meredith Rudy
  • Targeted Support Letter


    Shikellamy High School

    600 Walnut Street, Sunbury, PA 17801

    570-286-3702

    Michael J. Egan – Principal Brandy Wiest – Assistant Principal

     


    December 6, 2018

    Dear Stakeholders,

    Shikellamy High School has been identified by the Pennsylvania Department Education as a building qualifying for Additional Targeted Support and Improvement.  This designation was based on the performance and growth of special education students who took the Keystone Algebra, Biology and Literature exams. With support from PDE, Shikellamy High School will participate in a process to identify strengths and needs and formulate an improvement plan moving forward. If you have feedback that you feel would be valuable to us, feel free to contact us.


    Posted Dec 7, 2018, 12:33 PM by Meredith Rudy
  • Athletic Pass

    Shikellamy Athletic Pass:  Shikellamy will be offering an "Athletic Pass" for this upcoming school year.  The pass will be valid for any 10 home varsity events.  The cost of the pass is $40, this is $10 less than the regular price of $50 for 10 home events.  The pass can be purchased at the high school office or at any home varsity event.


    Posted Nov 30, 2018, 8:29 AM by Meredith Rudy
  • Sports Cancellations and Re-scheduled Sports Events
    Please click Athletic Calendar to check for the current sports schedule and for cancellations and re-scheduled events.
    Posted Apr 5, 2018, 6:48 AM by Cheryl Neitz
  • New Secure Log In
    To increase digital security, all students are now issued a new PIN number for lunch transactions and their passwords have been reset to a more secure password. In order to find this new information, log in to the PowerSchool Parent Portal (not the PowerSchool App) and choose the "Other Information" page.  
    4-digit birth year, Star, Capital First and Last Initial, Star, Lunch PIN (Not student number)
    Posted Apr 5, 2018, 6:52 AM by Cheryl Neitz
  • Register with Select Service:
    All male students that are turning 18 years of age are REQUIRED BY LAW to register with the Selective Service.  Visit www.sss.org to complete this.  if you need help, stop by the Guidance office.
    Posted Jul 24, 2017, 10:56 AM by Cheryl Neitz
  • Visitors Entering Shikellamy High School
    All visitors entering Shikellamy High School will be required to show photo ID to obtain a visitor's pass. Anyone not complying with this request will not be permitted to enter the school. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter.
    Posted Mar 20, 2015, 6:01 PM by Matthew Roslevich
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