Mr. David Hauck, President
43 Valley Drive
Jonestown, PA 17038
Mr. Hauck is a graduate of Danville Area High School. He graduated from Lycoming College with an accounting degree and later obtained a MBA in finance from Saint Joseph University. David is employed by the Hollinger Group/Vibra Healthcare where he has an active role in the finance departments.
David and his wife Susan built a home and moved to Northern Lebanon in 1993. They have two children: Michael and Emily. His hobbies include following his favorite sporting teams, spending time with friends, and being active in whatever activity his children are involved in. The family is members at Ono United Methodist Church.
He decided to run for school board to try to create a healthy balance between the needs of the student body, the faculty and administration, and the taxpayer. He became president with the goal of helping the administration achieve their vision which is a "Kids First" philosophy. We are living in exciting times where our world and our student's educational needs are changing almost on a daily basis. Through technology we need to address those educational needs by offering more but with doing it with less.
He is also the apppointed representative to Lebanon County EIT/TCC which is responsible for the oversight of the collections of the Local Income Tax.
Dr. Daniel Martel, Vice President
PO Box 153
Fredericksburg PA 17026
Dr. Martel's journey to become a member of the Northern Lebanon School Board has been circuitous. He was raised in a large family with five siblings; one being his identical twin. His father taught in the local school district and Dr. Martel eventually had him for a teacher. Needless to say, education was an important topic in the Martel home. His twin and Dr. Martel were competitive with each other and both did well with studies. The small town environment where he was raised was very nurturing and a great place to grow up.
His family moved to the Loch Raven area of Baltimore Maryland between his junior and senior year of high school. He went from a school that graduated about 80 students to one county school graduating 650 students. He found the experience a positive one as there were more opportunities to take a wide variety of courses. He graduated as a member of the National Honor Society and was accepted to Loyola College for the next fall. However, being from a large family, money was an issue.
Dr. Martel delayed his college entrance and enlisted into the Army. Over the course of three years, he became a clinical specialist (advanced medic) spending his last year and a half at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. He exited the Army as an E-5 and reapplied to Loyola College and started classes the next fall. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology and was accepted to the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, University of Maryland at Baltimore. After dental school, he was accepted into a general practice residency at the Veterans Administration Medical Center at Baltimore. Upon completion of residency, he and his wife moved to Fredericksburg and started the Fredericksburg Dental Center. They have been members of the community for almost twenty years and their daughter is a student at Northern Lebanon High School.
He is active in his church and local service organizations, as well as professional organizations.
Mr. Dale Snader
283 Snow Drive
Fredericksburg PA 17026
Mr. Snader was born in Ephrata Pennsylvania and graduated from Ephrata High School. His wife Dawn also graduated from Ephrata High School. The Snaders moved into the district in 1983 because of the family business, Dutch Country Eggs. They have a son Kevin and a daughter Stephanie and are members of the Mount Zion Road Church of the Brethren. Mr. Snader is a private pilot who owns a Piper Arrow hangared at the Fredericksburg Airport. He ran for School Board because he owns several farms related to the business and keeping taxes in line was a high priority. But an even higher priority for Mr. Snader is maintaining the solid set of core values the Northern Lebanon School District currently embodies.
Mr. Stephen Lum
PO Box 780
Jonestown PA 17038
Mr. Lum grew up in upstate New York, the youngest of five children. He attended God's Bible College in Cincinnati OH and received his Bachelor's Degree from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. In 1989, Mr. Lum and his wife moved to Lebanon County where he began working at Kreamer Funeral Home Inc. In 1996, he and his family relocated to Jonestown and since that time has supervised the Strauss-Kreamer & Lum Funeral Home. Presently, Mr. Lum is a member of Lebanon God's Missionary Church, NL Rotary Club, DMORT under the Department of Homeland Security, and the Board of Trustees at God's Bible College. He and his wife Vickie are the parents of five boys: Stephen, Jonathan, Ethan, Phillip and Nathaniel.
Mr. Lum looks to the future with great anticipation. He is encouraged with the vision set forth by the administration, the dedication of the teaching and support staff, the determination of the students to give their best effort, and the strong support shown by parents and families to see the students of Northern Lebanon succeed. As a school director, he considers it his priority to make smart economic choices to control taxes while offering students the best possible opportunities for educational success.
Mrs. Sue Werner
897 North Lancaster Street
Jonestown PA 17038
Mrs. Werner is a graduate of Annville-Cleona High School and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Botany from The George Washington University in Washington D.C. She is married to Jeffrey Werner and they have three sons: Alex, Chris, and Tim. The family works together to commercially raise 80,000 turkeys every year and crop farm approximately 350 acres. Their farm, Werner Acres, has received many environmental and production awards including the highly prized Pennsylvania Master Farmer Award. They are always willing to open their farm to school and community groups to educate the public about agriculture.
The entire family is very involved in helping their community. Sue is especially active in helping youth and promoting community pride. She is a 4-H leader for local clubs and also serves on the County 4-H Board of Directors as well as being active with the Lebanon Area Fair. She serves on the Lebanon County Children and Youth Citizens Advisory Board, the Fredericksburg Library Board of Directors, and is an officer in various County and State livestock organizations. She also volunteers at the Hinkelfest and other local service events. Especially important to her are programs designed to help the deaf and hard of hearing. Her entire family are active members of the Trinity United Methodist Church of Lickdale.
Mrs. Werner serves as a member of the Programs Committee for the School Board and is also the delegate to the IU13 Board of Directors for Northern Lebanon School District.
Mr. Matthew Arnold
86 Old Jonestown Road
Lebanon, PA 17046
Mr. Arnold is a graduate of Lebanon Christian Academy. He is married to Lorinda and has 2 children who attend the Jonestown Elementary School. Matt is employed by Dieffenbach's Potato Chips and also does construction work. He and his family attend Lebanon God's Missionary Church where he serves on the Youth Board and plays a very active role in the Youth Department.
Mrs. Rachel England
211 W. Market Street
Jonestown, PA 17038
Rachel England is excited to be part of the team at Northern Lebanon School District!
Mrs. England grew up in Canandaigua, NY and graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College with a BS in Elementary Education and H.S. English. After completing her undergraduate degree, she attended the College of William and Mary, where she graduated with a Masters in Special Education. Rachel enjoyed teaching in 3rd and 4th grades for seven years.
Rachel is married to her best friend, Robbie, and has four children: Josiah, Isaac, Hannah, and Simeon. Being a teacher at heart, she finds fulfillment in teaching a spiritual training class at her church, and teaching piano and cello from her home. She also leads a Marriage Bible Study with her husband. Her favorite job, however, is being the Family Manager for the England Team!
Rachel is looking forward to giving back to her community and also partnering with parents and teachers to continue improving the educational experience at Northern Lebanon.
Mr. Glen Gray
16 Ridge Road
Jonestown, PA 17038
Mr. Gray has lived in Northern Lebanon County for over 30 years. Born in Manhattan, he moved to the suburbs in New Jersey at the age of 4. After high school he attended Lebanon Valley College, graduating with a degree in Elementary Education in 1977. He completed his student teaching at Jonestown Elementary School's 4th grade under the direction of Dorothy Heisey. Mr. Gray returned to the Northern Lebanon School District in 1978 to teach 4th grade, where he remained for the next ten years.
Mr. Gray's second career is in photography where he owns and operates Gray's Mountain Studio with his wife of thirty years, Patricia. He also teaches photography and Photoshop to other professional photographers throughout the country.
Glen resides in Greenpoint, Northern Lebanon County with his wife, where they raised three boys. Glen has seven grandchildren, four of which reside in the Northern Lebanon School District.
He decided to run for the two year position of Northern Lebanon School Director to give balance between funding education and our educational needs. Giving the children of Northern Lebanon County a future based on education is his primary focus.
Mrs. Amy Sell
19 Sweetbriar Lane
Lebanon, PA 17046
Amy Sell is optimistic for the future and is proud to uphold the time-honored traditions and "Kids First" philosophy at NLSD.
Mrs. Sell grew up in New Cumberland where community and family are very important. She attended Penn State University and obtained Bachelor's Degrees in Elementary and Early Childhood Education, a Master's degree in Curriculum, in addition certification as a Reading Specialist. She has worked for Lower Dauphin as classroom teacher, reading specialist, literacy coach, and interventionist.
Mrs. Sell resides in Jonestown with husband, Brian and daughter, Peyton. She is also very close with her parents, Ron and Dee Sprout of New Cumberland.
Mrs. Sell stays active in the community and is a member of Mount Zion Church of the Brethren where she serves on the Christian Education team. The Sell family enjoys karate, gardening, traveling, and reading.
Mrs. Sell hopes to utilize her parental experience, knowledge from the front lines of education, and her love of Northern Lebanon to make informed decisions.
Mrs. Mary Gerhart, Secretary (non-member)