Psychological Services

The East Penn School District employs seven Certified School Psychologists who provide:

  • Services to students transitioning into kindergarten through the twelfth grade.
  • Evaluations to determine students’ disabilities and need for special education services.
  • Consultation with regular and special education teachers for academic and behavioral interventions
  • 504 Service Agreements.
  • Consult with counselors
  • Intervene with students in crisis

Contact Information

Noelle Gecik
Willow Lane Elementary School  – (610) 966-8357Email

Karen Christ
Jefferson Elementary School/Lincoln Elementary School – (610) 966-8315 | Email

Sharawn Valentine
Shoemaker Elementary School – (610) 966-8473 | Email

Leah Kara
Macungie Elementary School – (610) 966-8358 | Email

Andrea Lerch
Wescosville Elementary School – (484) 519-3204 | Email

Peter Slay
Lower Macungie Middle School – (610) 966-8317 | Email

Eyer Middle School – TBD

Rachel Richwine
Emmaus High School – (610) 966-8316 | Email

Stephanie Cignarella
Emmaus High School – (484) 519-3312 | Email
Alburtis Elementary School – (484) 519-3331

Identification of Students in need of Disability Services

Procedures in the East Penn School District for the screening and identification of students thought to be exceptional are available in the Student Services Office or the Principal’s Office at each building.

Procedures are in the form of a Flow Chart, describing the process from teacher and/or parent concerns through the Individualized Education Program (IEP) Team Meeting.

In compliance with the requirements of the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FFERPA) and the Pennsylvania State Special Education Regulations, the district ensures confidentiality of all appropriate student and family information.

Any parent(s)/guardian(s) who feel that their child is disabled and in need of special education services should write a letter to their child’s principal describing their concerns.

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