Emily C. Sanders
Ms. Emily Sanders is beginning her third year as an Assistant Principal at Peters Township High School. Ms. Sanders came to Peters from the Baldwin-Whitehall School District, where she served as Assistant Principal for 3 years, and prior to that was an English Teacher at West Middlesex High School in West Middlesex, PA. Her numerous degrees include a Bachelor of Science with certification in English and Communications 7-12 from Clarion University and a Master of Education in Administration and Policy Studies with certificates in Principal K-12 and Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Pittsburgh. She is currently enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh, where she is pursuing her doctoral degree and Letter of Eligibility. She is a member many educational organizations such as the National Institute for School Leaders, PAESSP, PASCD, and the WPA Principal's Academy. She has presented at both the statewide PASCD and PAESSP conferences in 2009. At Peters she consistently works to encourage the effective use of technology in the classroom by modeling technology integration during district wide in-service trainings as well as implementing and overseeing the Tech Flex Program and online learning initiative at the high school.
Ms. Lindsey Myers is the full-time librarian at Peters Township High School in Western Pennsylvania. She graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Religious Studies, graduating in the top 2% of her class. She holds her Masters Degree in Library and Information Sciences, specializing in School Library Certification, from the University of Pittsburgh. While a graduate student she was selected as an intern at the Allegheny County Library Association, working with youth services, and upon graduation joined the staff at Peters Township High School. Ms. Myers is a member of the High School Tech Team, and organizes all Tech Flex programs for faculty and presents in-service sessions on Web 2.0 tools for all teachers and staff in the district. She recently received a grant for 10 iPads, and is excited to begin integrating this new technology into classroom lessons.