The Shippensburg Area School District Board of Directors recently announced a pair of staff changes.
The board named Margaret (Peggy) Crider as Supervisor of Special Education at their regular meeting held on June 12. Crider is currently the assistant to the superintendent in Fairfield School District and prior to that she was Director of Special Education for the Carlisle and Chambersburg School Districts. She has also served as both a special education and middle school science teacher prior to becoming an administrator.
Crider resides in Chambersburg with her husband, Dr. Bob Crider, who works for the Greencastle-Antrim School District. They have three adult children and attend the Presbyterian Church of Falling Spring.
The board also appointed Sheri Woodall as Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. Woodall earned her bachelor’s degree from Penn State University, her masters of science in curriculum and instruction from Wilkes University, and her administrative credentials from Shippensburg University. She is currently pursuing a doctorate from Widener University.
Woodall has nine years of experience as a teacher of earth and space science, biology, AP biology, and middle school math at both the middle and high school levels. She has four years of administrative experience, one year as the state wide testing coordinator for the Commonwealth Charter Academy and three years as Principal/Assistant Principal at Steelton-Highspire Junior/Senior High School.