FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 30, 2018 – ENOLA, PA — East Pennsboro Area School District is proud to announce and welcome Dr. Susan Sneath as the Assistant Superintendent.
When thinking about joining the team at EPASD, Dr. Sue Sneath knew she needed to find the right fit for her and for the new school community that she was entering. Dr. Sneath is excited about the progressive administrative team, the supportive school board and the welcoming community at East Pennsboro Area School District. “There is a great deal of change occurring in the school district in the next few years and the excitement surrounding these changes is energizing,” says Dr. Sneath.
After graduating from Bucknell University, Dr. Sneath immediately went to graduate school at the University of Pennsylvania, where she studied psychological services and business. Dr. Sneath obtained her school counseling certification and served her first three years as a school counselor in Philadelphia schools. After moving to Lancaster, she served as a school counselor in K-12 settings for 14 years. She obtained her doctorate and Superintendent’s Letter of Eligibility from Immaculata University in Educational Leadership in 2008. Dr. Sneath was a middle school principal for four years and an elementary principal for the past 8 years. She has been fortunate to serve as a Pennsylvania Inspired Leaders (PIL) facilitator for the past 7 years, working with school administrators, both online and face-to-face, throughout the state.
“The most outstanding aspect of EPASD is the students-first perspective of everyone I have met so far. I can tell that people at EPASD are in it for the kids. There is an eagerness for continuous improvement within the school community that is hard to resist.” says Dr. Sneath.
She adds, “Children inspire me to do my job well. I want all children to shoot high for what they want out of life and I want to be a partner with families to prepare them for reaching their goals. As educators, families are entrusting us with their most precious gifts, their children”.
Dr. Sneath believes that change is needed in all educational organizations, because our world is changing exponentially. People have described Sue as a “change agent”, who is good at supporting groups of people through change. Support, understanding, and encouragement for the upcoming changes, is what Dr. Sneath hopes to bring to EPASD.
Dr. Sneath starts with the district Monday, December 3rd.