St. Isidore School is proud to highlight the accomplishments of our former students. We celebrate their success by posting it on this forum. Please send us an update on what you have been doing and where you are going since you have left St. Isidore School.

Timothy Walter, SIS alumni, is spending his college break at St. Francis Inn, a large soup kitchen in Philadelphia. The students are a part of the campus ministry at St. Bonaventure University.

Susan (Witkop) Morgan (’90) recently celebrated 13 years of employment with Old Republic National Title Insurance Company. She currently serves as Vice President managing both customer training as the National Shared Success Manager and marketing for 16 states within the company’s eastern region as the Eastern Title Division Marketing Manager.

Susan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from King's College in Wilkes-Barre, PA. She currently resides in Downingtown, PA with her husband of 12 years and two children, Abigail (8) and Zachary (6).

Having appreciated the benefits of a private education, both of her children follow in her footsteps. “Being a child isn’t as easy as it once was,” she commented. “Private school offers the opportunity for children to be surrounded by like-minded families, teachers and administration. It’s a safe environment that allows children to be exposed to sensitive societal topics on the family’s timeframe, not from influencers with varied morals and values. After completing nine years of education at St. Isidore, I was comfortable in my own skin, knew who I was, and able to hold my own in public school. I am thankful for having the opportunity to have had this type of educational foundation in what can often be the formidable years.”

Anthony Bitalvo, SIS Alumni, completed his Eagle Scout project by painting the stairway walls at St. Isidore school. His brother Peter, his Dad and Gabe Kent, another SIS graduate, helped him with his project. Gabe completed his Eagle Scout project this past July by painting the hallway at the school. Congratulations and thank you for your service projects! You all shared your talents and we appreciate it!