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Principal, Ryan Evans

My name is Ryan Evans, it has been my pleasure to work within Susquehanna Township School District since 2018.  I came to the district with a decade of experience in the special education field and served my first year in the district as the Supervisor of Secondary Special Education and Student Services.   From 2019-2022 I served as the Middle School Assistant Principal.  I am excited to serve our community as the Principal of Susquehanna Township Middle School and will do my best each day to ensure the success of all learners.

I look forward to contributing to the academic, social, and functional success of all students within the middle school.  I firmly believe that it is my job to support our students, families, community members, and other stakeholders each day.  I am grateful for the rapport that I have been able to build, and support that I have provided to our staff and students each day.  I believe that each of these experiences has helped me to grow as an educator, an administrator, and a person.

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Assistant Principal, David Stack

Hello! My name is David Stack, and I am honored to serve the students, parents, and teachers of the Susquehanna Township Middle School. I have spent the past 25 years working in the field of education in a variety of roles in the states of Maryland and Pennsylvania. I currently hold a Bachler’s Degree in Psychology from Lycoming College in Williamsport, PA., a Master’s Degree in Reading from Bowie State University in Bowie, MD., and a Master’s Degree in Administration and Supervision from California University of Pennsylvania in California, PA.

I believe it is my responsibility to be a resource to the school and the community of Susquehanna Township. I look forward to building relationships in and outside the school with students and their families. I want to continue to build of the students’ foundation of becoming lifelong learners and reach their full potential. I look forward to being  a member of the Susquehanna Township family.