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Oaklyn Elementary School
115 Oak Street
Sunbury, PA 17801
Phone: 570-286-3731

School Hours:
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
1/2 Day dismissal is at 11:45AM

Principal: Mrs. Angela Farronato

            Mr. David Hoffman School Counselor
aklyn Elmentary School Staff

OK1 Mrs. Jennifer Vovakes      Kindergarten
OK2 Mrs. Katie Stover             Kindergarten
OK3 Mrs. Danielle Williams      Kindergarten
Ms. Tammy Lahr             First Grade
O12 Mr. Ron Pratt                  First Grade
Mrs. Shelley DePhillips     First Grade
O21 Mrs. Erin Phillips             Second Grade
O22 Mrs. Jessica Zeigler         Second Grade
Ms. Melanie Brown         Second Grade 
Mr. Nathan Heim            Third Grade
O32 Ms. Jennifer Troutman    Third Grade
O33 Mrs. Suanne Chervanik   Third Grade 
O41 Mr. Frank Boyer             Fourth Grade
O42 Mrs. Betsy Grimm           Fourth Grade
O43 Mrs. Marjorie Vanslavie   Fourth Grade
O51 Mr. William Zeigler         Fifth Grade
O52 Ms. Raelene Kiepke        Fifth Grade
O53 Miss Angie Olson           Fifth Grade

Mrs. Krista Tilford                 Life Skills  K-2
Mrs. Karen Leavens              Life Skills 3-5
Miss Cassandra Mace           Autistic Support
Ms. Erin Treadway               Autistic Support - IU
Mrs. Abigail Ziegar            Learning Support
Mrs. Heidi Kremer               Reading Specialist
Mrs. Linsey Fleming  I         Interventionist
Mrs. Elise Gledhill                Speech & Language 
Ms. Melissa Engle                OT

Mr. Greg Baney                   Physical Education
Miss Minda Fogarty             Librarian
Mr. Frank DeLucca              Music
Mrs. Christina Landau         Art

Mrs. Lori Bradigan         Health Room Technician
Mrs. Jolene Dressler      Nurse

Mrs. Melissa Corbin         Secretary
Mrs. Kristy Whary          Office Aide

Mrs Brenda Bickel             Classroom Aide
Mrs. Sue Herman             Classroom Aide
Mrs. Regina Kohl             Classroom Aide
Ms Ashley McClusky         Classroom Aide
Mrs. Joy Richards            Classroom Aide
Mrs. Stacey Mielke          Classroom Aide
Mrs Paula Mull                Cafeteria Aide
Mrs Janel Schrader          Cafeteria Aide
Mrs. Lori Kenney             Library Aide
Mrs. Corrine Brosius        Personal Care Aide
Mrs. Kim Zoch                Classroom Aide - IU
Ms. Angela Klinger          Classroom Aide - IU
Mrs. Crystal Marshalek    Classroom Aide - IU

Bill Mower                      Custodian
Lisa Mills                        Custodian
Deb Smith                     Custodian

Virginia Anderson           Cafeteria
Linda Wendt                  Cafeteria

Staff email is the employee
 last name first initial

New Enrollments or Registration

Beginning March 1, 2019, all new student enrollments for children entering kindergarten through 12th grade will be done at the the administrative building on Island Blvd.  Please call the main office - 570-286-3721.

2020-2021 Kindergarten Registration

A child is eligible for admission to kindergarten if she/he has attained the age of five (5) years on or before September 1, 2021. Children eligible for registration are those who will enter kindergarten who did not 30.attend kindergarten during the current 2019-20 school year.

Contact any district office to obtain a Registration Appointment form.

Because of the school closure the scheduled screenings for kindergarten have been postponed.  Within the next few weeks we will be requesting parents to register online through our new student information system called, Sapphire.  We will be contacting you with how to access the system.

Our hope is to reschedule the screenings for later in the summer.  We will keep parents updated on the registration process.

McKinney Vento Homeless Act

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 prevent 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 visitors must use the visitor entrance and report to the office.
  • All clearances must be on file in order to participate in classroom activities.
  • Please inform the office no later than 2:30 pm of any changes in your child's transportation home from school.
  • When absent, students must submit a written excuse within 3 days of the absence.  Otherwise, the absence will be considered unlawful.
  • Lost and Found is located in the school lobby.  Items not claimed at the end of each month will be donated to a local charity.
  • Educational Journey requests are to be submitted 10 days prior to the trip.

Awards Presentation
Because we couldn't be together, our teachers put together this video to present the awards to their students.  Certificates for the award winners will be mailed home.  Congratulations to all our students and I hope you enjoy the show!

Oaklyn Oscars 2 - HD

5th Grade Parade
June 12 at 12:30 pm
Parents are asked to line up their cars on Geise Street.  Then proceed to school, driving through the bus lane at the front entrance.  Exit to Route. 61

Girls on the Run Coach needed for next school year.  If interested in volunteering please contact the office.

Textbooks and Library books can be place in the drop off bin at the front entrance.

Lost and Found items will be donated on June 16.  If your child is missing anything, please contact the office.
Digital Copy of Packets

4th Grade Math Videos

Middle School Band 
 Any 5th grade student interesting in joining band next year can complete the form using this link.

Principal's Message
Week of June 8, 2020

Good Morning Oaklyn Students and Families,
Wow!  Here we are with the final week of school!  No one ever expected the year to end this way, but I feel the our school community bonded together and made the best of the situation.  Below are a list of announcements concerning the end of the year.  

  • Any learning packet can be obtained by contacting the school office.
  • Packets are also available digitally using the link above.
  • Textbooks and library books can be place in the drop off bin at the school entrance.
  • Spring pictures should be returned by June 12 unless purchasing them online through Lifetouch.
  • Yearbooks have not yet been received.  
  • Final report cards and end of the year awards will be mailed this week.
  • Teachers are preparing a video of the award presentations which will be shared on district and school web pages and social media platforms.
  • Class lists for next year are not yet available and we will mail this information later in the summer.
  • Kindergarten screening has been postponed.  Parents will be notified when the online registration opens.  You will also receive login information.  Our hope is to reschedule the screening for later in the summer.
We will be recognizing our 5th grade with a car parade on June 12 at 12:30 pm.  We are asking parents to drive their students through the bus lane in front of the school.  Our teachers will be there to with cheers and well wishes to send students off to the MS.  

Join my in wishing the happiest of birthdays to staff and students that are celebrating birthdays this week.

June 9
Nakiyah Hall - Grade 5

Kayden Neitz - Kindergarten

Kyra Reitz - Grade 5

June 10
Stone Kehres - Kindergarten

Gryphon  Koziar - Grade 4

June 12
Bralynn Snyder - Kindergarten

June 14
Peyton Chamberlain - Grade 4

Jayda Kearney - Grade 5

Mrs. Fogarty - Librarian

Please feel free to contact the office or email me with any questions or concerns.  As always, I greatly appreciated the efforts of our parents, teachers and students during this time.  

Mrs. Farronato

School Counselor Corner:


Smart Futures is a Pittsburgh-based non-profit software development organization in the field of education and workforce development. Smart Futures’ vision is a Commonwealth with an emerging workforce prepared for 21st century careers.

To accomplish its mission, Smart Futures has created, an online career planning and portfolio platform that makes it easy for a school district or charter school to implement and comply with Pennsylvania’s Career Readiness Indicators that are a part of Future Ready PA. 

Students can log in to the website and use Smart Futures at home.  For students currently in 3rd or 5th grade, go to Smart and enter their User ID and Password.  If they do not remember their login information, feel free to contact me at and I will forward it to you.  


Safe2Say Something is a youth violence prevention program run by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. The program teaches youth and adults how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and to “say something” BEFORE it is too late. With Safe2Say Something, it’s easy and confidential to report safety concerns to help prevent violence and tragedies.

Here’s how it works:

  • Submit an anonymous tip report through the Safe2SaySomething system  (1-844-723-2729) If this is an emergency, please call 911.
  • Crisis center reviews, assesses and processes all submissions
  • Crisis center sends all submissions to school administration and/or law enforcement  for intervention
  • If needed, crisis center may contact tipster anonymously through the app

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Angela Farronato,
Apr 3, 2020, 5:50 AM
Angela Farronato,
Apr 7, 2020, 5:05 AM