Dr. Allyson Roberts first joined PALCS in 2005 as a music teacher when the school was just starting out and when the Center for Performing and Fine Arts (CPFA) was a mere idea. Now Dr. Roberts is in her 14th year at PALCS as the music department chair and student academic advisor at CPFA, a Doctor of Music Education and Pedagogy, holds a National Certification in Music Education and teaching piano, and is going to be begin her 24th year of teaching music. Dr. Roberts recently had an article published in the July 2018 issue of the Christian Chronicle.
Meet the High School Math Department! Mrs. Takac, Mr. Antonucci, Ms. Majersky, Mr. Smith, Mrs. DiSciullo, Ms. Antar, Ms. Bridgewater, Mr. DiFernando, and Mr. DiCicco.
We recently had the chance to speak to PALCS High School teacher, Mr. Michael Logue, who has been working at PALCS since 2011. Mr. Logue teaches 11th and 12th grade students Economics, Human Geography, and Street Law.
On October 21, 2016, PALCS 10th grade guidance counselor Erin Neason had an article published in the Urban Education Journal from Sage Publishing. Ms. Neason has her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from West Chester University and her Master of Science in School Counseling from Villanova University. Her article is entitled "Local Liaisons: Roles, Challenges, and Training in Serving Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness."
PALCS CPFA teacher Thomas West was recently asked to write a guest article for the SmartMusic blog. The article is a “how-to” on understanding and impressing judges at marching band competitions.
PALCS Top ELearning Influencer PALCS teacher Ms. Courtney Kofeldt has been named a Top 200 Influencers and Brand for 2016. The accolade comes from Onalytica’s Edtech and Elearning's annual awards. Ms. Kofeldt has a Bachelor of Arts in English Education [...]