Grace S. Beck Elementary School

Grace S. Beck Elementary School
600 Arch Street
Sunbury. PA 17801
Phone: 570-286-3725
Fax: 570-286-3866
Principal:  Mr. Michael J. Egan
Secretary: Ms. Jodie Kovaschetz
Grace S. Beck Elem
BK1 Mrs. Oriana Auman
BK2 Mrs. Michelle Koppen
BK3 Mrs. Alicia Fisher 

1st Grade
B11 Mrs. Riley Campbell
B12 Mr. Jonathan Scullin 
B13 Miss Stephanie Persing

2nd Grade
B21 Mr. Ryan Swineford
B22 Mrs. Nicole Schenewerk 
B23 Mr. William Catizone

3rd Grade
B31 Mr. Michael Becker
B32 Ms. Sierra Miller
B33 Mrs. Katie Booth

4th Grade
B41 Mrs. MaryAnna Rebar
B42 Mr.  Paul Kolody
B43 Ms. Tiara Bartol

5th Grade
B51 Mrs. Lindsey Scholl
B52 Mr. Drew Fatool
B53 Mrs. Brianna Sharp

Ms. Minda Fogarty - Library
Mr. Matthew Shively - PE 
Mr. Frank DeLucca - Music
Mrs. Christine Landau - Art

Title I Reading
Mrs. Lisa Kabonick
Ms. Michele Dormer

Learning Support
Mrs. Paige Allman
Ms. Kendra Dressler

Miss Savanah Corbin
Ms. Lori Piekanski

Mrs. Stephanie Culp - Classroom
Ms. Lori Kenney - Library
Ms. Sheena Schaeffer - Office
Sharon Renner - Cafeteria
Ann Ramph - Cafeteria

Mrs. Gina Miscannon

Mrs. Jane Reichenbach
Mrs. Pamela Schlegel

Mr. Aaron Naginey

Health Room Technician
Mrs. Carol Engle

Ms. Karlen Light - PreK
Mrs. Lynne Ivory - Autistic School

Beck Awards Ceremony SlideShow

STEAM Afterschool Webpage
STEAM Registration Form

Beck Elementary Art Show

Beck Art Show - HD

      6th Grade Band Sign-ups **Attention 5th Graders**
      Student Drop-off
      Students can be dropped off at the back playground gates from 7:30 AM - 7:45 AM. If arriving after 7:45 AM, students must enter through the main entrance. After 8:00 AM, students will be marked as late. Breakfast is served from 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM.

      The McKinney-Vento Homeless Act guarantees a free and appropriate public education for all homeless children and youth.  Federal and state laws make the school district’s responsibility clear.
      • A student whose family becomes homeless may remain in the school he/she was attending prior to becoming homeless for the duration of the school year.

      • If it is feasible, a student may transfer to a school if it is closer to his/her transitional housing.

      • The receiving school may not prev

      • ent or delay the enrollment of a homeless child by requiring proof of residency or lack of documentation such as immunization records.  

      • Transportation for homeless must begin within 5 school days, but sooner if possible.

      All new student enrollments for children entering kindergarten through 12th grade will be done at the Shikellamy High School.  Please call the main office - 570-286-3721 extension 2363.

      District Email
      Email addresses for the Shikellamy School District employees are formatted as such:

      Example for Michael Egan -