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Administration

Nicholas Wilson, Superintendent, Secondary Principal
BS, Elementary Education K-6, Juniata College; Special Education Certification PK-8, Messiah College; Master of Education - Educational Leadership with Principal Certification PK-12, Bloomsburg University
wilsonnj@bmsprek12.org

Stacey Herman, Director of Finance
BS, Business Management, Penn State University; AA, Business Administration, Harrisburg Community College
hermansl@bmsprek12.org

Mrs. Lena Hartzler, Guidance Counselor
Spanish I and II

BS, Secondary Education, Spanish, Penn State University
hartzlerlm@bmsprek12.org

 

Amanda Druckenmiller, Director of Food Services
druckenmilleraj@bmsprek12.org

Mrs. Becky Williams, Elementary Principal & Grade 4
BS, Elementary Education, Penn State University
williamsra@bmsprek12.org

 

 

 

Gwen Renno, Director of Development
BA, Liberal Arts (Business Administration, Family Studies) Eastern Mennonite University
rennogk@bmsprek12.org

Michael Armstrong, Athletic Director
Master's Degree, Human Services/Christian Ministries, Liberty University; BS, Youth Ministry, Southwestern University; Associates, Youth Ministry, Hesston College
armstrongmr@bmsprek12.org

Mr. Bob Zook, Director of Technology
Middle and High School Computer, High School Bible
Masters in Instructional Technology, K-12 Specialist-Instructional Technology Certification, Bloomsburg University; BS, Secondary Education-Social Studies and Sociology, Millersville University
zookrg@bmsprek12.org

Faculty

Mrs. Evelyn Suydam, Secondary Science
BA, Anthropology, Penn State University; Biology teaching certification, Juniata College
suydamem@bmsprek12.org

 

Kendra Young, Secondary English
BA, Secondary English Education, Pensacola Christian College
youngkl@bmsprek12.org

 

 

Mrs. Jill Fleming, Learning Support
BS, Elementary Education, Messiah College; Master of Science Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Wilkes University
flemingjl@bmsprek12.org

Mrs. Jessica Geissinger, Middle School
BS, Elementary Education, mid-level grades 7-9 Math, English and Science certification, Kutztown University; Masters of Education- Teaching and Learning in Middle School Education, Liberty University
geissingerjl@bmsprek12.org

Mrs. Linda Wise, Middle School & Art
BS, Art Education, Millersville University
wiselm@bmsprek12.org

 

Mrs. Tamela Peachey, Grade 1
BS, Early Childhood Education, Messiah College
peacheytr@bmsprek12.org

Mrs. Becky Armstrong, Kindergarten
Elementary Education, Hesston College & Southwestern College
armstrongbj@bmsprek12.org

Mrs. Rebecca Peachey, PreK
BA, Early Childhood Education; minor in Business Administration, Eastern Mennonite University
peacheyrj@bmsprek12.org

 
 

Mrs. Hilary Hearn, Middle and High School Music & Choir
BS, Music Education; certification area: K-12 Music Education/ Voice Principle/ Choral Emphasis,
Bob Jones University
hearnha@bmsprek12.org

Mrs. Tara Spicher, K-5 Music, Secondary Worship Teams
BS, Elementary Education and Music minor, Shippensburg University
spichertd@bmsprek12.org

Mr. Jonathan Farley, Secondary Social Studies
BA, History, Penn State University; Social Studies teaching certification, Dickinson College
farleyje@bmsprek12.org

Ms. Bonnie Grove, Secondary Math
BA, Mathematics for Secondary Level Education, Eastern Mennonite University; BS in Business Administration,
Accounting, Millersville University
grovebk@bmsprek12.org

Mrs. Kaytlin Young, Middle School
BA, Secondary English and Communications,
Penn State University
youngkj@bmsprek12.org

 
 

Mrs. Leah Yoder, Grade 5
peacheylm@bmsprek12.org

 

 

 

Mrs. Hattie Doggett, Grade 3
BA, Elementary Education, Minor in Missions,
Pensacola Christian College
doggettha@bmsprek12.org

Mrs. Beth Peachey, Grade 2
BS, Elementary Education, Lock Haven University
peacheyba@bmsprek12.org

Mrs. Amanda Yoder, Kindergarten
BS, Elementary Education, Eastern Mennonite University
yoderal@bmsprek12.org

Mrs. Rosie Peachey, PreK Counts
BS, Early Childhood Education, Eastern Mennonite University; Master of Education - Early Childhood Education, California University of Pennsylvania
peacheyrj20@bmsprek12.org

Ms. Rachel Sunderland, PreK Counts Assistant
sunderlandrj@bmsprek12.org

 

 

Mrs. Tambra Peachey, Art
BA, Commercial Art, Oral Roberts University
peacheytl@bmsprek12.org

 

Mrs. Brittany Weaver, Physical Education Grades K-12
BS, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
yoderbd@bmsprek12.org

Support Staff

Aimee Dillon, Administrative Assistant
dillonab@bmsprek12.org

Brenda Kauffman, Librarian
kauffmanba@bmsprek12.org

Virginia Renno, Administrative Assistant
rennovl@bmsprek12.org

Timothy Kuppel, Facilities Manager
kuppeltw@bmsprek12.org

 
 

"The #1 reason we are patrons of Belleville Mennonite School is the Christian teachers and staff.  Teachers have a lasting impact on their students and we feel it is important for teachers to hold to a solid biblical worldview.  The effective learning environment at BMS puts high priority on academics and service which inspires students to thrive.  We are fortunate to have such an outstanding learning institution in our community."

- Mike & Jill Ammon, Parents

 

 

"Ever since I was a little girl I wanted to be a teacher. The teachers in my life affected me in a way that I knew I wanted an opportunity to change students’ lives the ways those teachers changed mine. I wanted the chance to educate and make kids enthusiastic about learning. When I graduated from college and began to teach, I found out I loved it! However, the picture just wasn’t complete. After coming to Belleville Mennonite School, I realized how much God is in all creation and in everything we do. Things changed for the better. It became apparent that in all student education, God was a part of it.  Learning becomes so much more fulfilling when we are able to look to the Creator and see who He made us to be. We are able to see our job in the world and even into eternity.  Each day when I come to school, I am reminded how much God loves me. God shines through the students. I see Him in their words, actions, and even in their laughing. I realize, now, the value of a quality, Christian education. This is a place where children are able to question, but are also able to seek God. This is a place where the parents, teachers, and reliable sources are able to help students find and create answers. This is a place where students receive quality, well rounded education. Belleville Mennonite School keeps me grounded as a teacher and reminds me of what my job is as a teacher and as a Christian."

- Mrs. Jessica Geissinger, Middle School Teacher