Megan Bloom has been recognized by our World Language department as our March Student of the Month! A consistent member of the honor roll, Megan's favorite subjects include Spanish, AP English, and Social Studies. She is active in a variety of activities, including: Leo club, Lancer Choir, Drama club, and various musicals. When she has free time, Megan works at Wendy's. Her college plans are to major in journalism or Spanish and attend Messiah College. Megan also works on projects within her church and doing missionary work in other parts of the country. Megan enjoys playing the piano, acting, singing, writing, and hanging out with her friends in her youth group. Congratulations to Megan and her family on being recognized as Loyalsock's March student of the month!
Dr. Matthew Reitz, Loyalsock Township High School Principal, is in his 25th year in public education. He completed his doctorate in educational leadership from The Pennsylvania State University in 2007. Dr. Reitz was recognized by the National Association of Secondary School Principals as the 2005 Pennsylvania Assistant Principal of the Year. Dr. Reitz and his wife, Karen, are the proud parents of three school-age children.
Mr. Charles “Chad” Greevy IV, Loyalsock Township Assistant Principal, is in his 16th year in public education. Mr. Greevy taught 7th and 8th Language Arts in the Williamsport Area School District for 10 years and began in Loyalsock four years ago as the Assistant Elementary Principal. Mr. Greevy is currently the Supervisor of Federal Programs, Grants, and Subsidies. He is currently working in the Immaculata University Doctoral Program for Education and is an adjunct professor for Wilkes University. Mr. Greevy and his wife, Alysha, live locally with their daughter, Charley Elizabeth live locally.