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Bonnie Bair

K-4th Grade Reading

Loyalsock Valley Elementary School
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Melissa Balliet

Athletic Director, Physical Education Teacher

Montoursville Area High School
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Theodore R Barbour

Physics Teacher

BSME - Penn State;  MSME - Penn State;  Japanese Language and Culture - University of PittsburghRead More
Montoursville Area High SchoolScience Department Website: Instructions for optional review and enrichment
Biography

BSME – Penn State;  MSME – Penn State;  Japanese Language and Culture – University of Pittsburgh

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Christina Bason

Superintendent

District Office Work Phone: 570-368-2491
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Amber Baxter

3rd Grade

Lyter Elementary School
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Stephanie Beadle

STEM Coordinator

Mccall Middle School
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Jill Beck

Aide

Mccall Middle School
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Erin Bennett

7th Grade Mathemathics Teacher

I  graduated from Montoursville High School in 1994.  I received my BA in Psychology and Education from Lycoming College in 1998.  I went on to earn my Masters Degree in Teaching and Learning from Lock Haven University. I have been teaching at McCall Middle School for 16 years. Supplies for 2021-2022 school year for 7th grade Algebraic Concepts:  My math curriculum is taught using both Chromebooks and paper materials. …Read More
Mccall Middle SchoolMath Website: Lesson Plans
Biography

I  graduated from Montoursville High School in 1994.  I received my BA in Psychology and Education from Lycoming College in 1998.  I went on to earn my Masters Degree in Teaching and Learning from Lock Haven University.

I have been teaching at McCall Middle School for 16 years.

Supplies for 2021-2022 school year for 7th grade Algebraic Concepts:  My math curriculum is taught using both Chromebooks and paper materials.  Students need to have their Chromebooks charged every day and also bring the listed items below.

1.5-2 in 3 ring binder (It is very important that each student has a binder solely for their math materials.  Some students try to put multiple subject materials in one binder which leads to lost papers.)

pencils-no pens allowed for we make a lot of mistakes in math

a TI 30XS calculator or a TI 30Xiis (I do have a classroom set, but it is much more helpful for each student to have their own.  This way they also have it handy for when they are not in my room.)

Optional:  index cards(for math vocabulary terms), highlighter, Expo markers, white board erasers

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Anne Blackwell

Cafeteria

Montoursville Area High School
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