•        assistant principal
      Name: Ms. Shannon Fetterman 
       Title: Elementary Principal Grades PreK-2
       Email: sfetterman@indians.k12.pa.us                                                
       Phone: 570-648-5721, Ext. 2711 or 570-648-4944

     

    Shannon Fetterman has been serving our school district since 1999, when she was hired as a second grade classroom teacher.  She filled the role of Assistant Principal in 2013, and recently became the Elementary Principal for Grades PreK-2.

     

    Ms. Fetterman graduated from Bloomsburg University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education.  She earned her Master of Education in Elementary Education in 2007 and went further to attain her English as a Second Language and Administrative K-12 Principal Certificates respectively.

     

    Serving our Shamokin Area family for the past 18 years, Ms. Fetterman has built strong relationships with our student-parent community.  She believes that instruction should be data-driven and differentiated to meet the needs of our students.  Knowing our students’ strengths and weaknesses will allow our teachers to challenge as well as intervene when needed.  Students should be encouraged and supported to reach a high level of success in the classroom and beyond.  Our students’ accomplishments are a collaborative effort on the part of the teacher, student, support staff, administration, and parents. 

     

    Ms. Fetterman is a member of the PAAESP, Elementary PTA, Salem United Church of Christ, and Salem Church Council.  She was born and raised in Shamokin and is a 1992 graduate of Our Lady of Lourdes Regional High School. 

     

    On a personal level, Ms. Fetterman enjoys spending time with her family and being actively involved in her daughter's busy schedule of travel softball, NUU soccer, AYSO soccer, and gymnastics.  She also enjoys reading, traveling, hiking, camping, and exercising. 

     

     

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