Pennsbury School District Celebrates Director of Elementary Education As She Retires

Michelle Spack leaving her office, surrounded by clapping co-workers
Image via Pennsbury School District.
Employees at the Pennsbury Administration Building held a clap-out for her on Thursday.

A school district in Bucks County is celebrating the career of a longtime employee, who has made large impact on local education.

Michele Spack, the distirct’s director of elementary education, retired after working for the Pennsbury School District for 32 years. Over the course of her time with the district, Spack served in several different roles, aiding her colleagues in their mission to offer amzing education to the children of Bucks County.

To commemorate the closing of her long career, employees at the Pennsbury Administration Building held a clap-out for her on Thursday.

“We thank her for her tireless dedication to our students, fostering a sense of community within our schools, and encouraging collaboration among students, teachers, and parents,” the school distirct said online.

“Enjoy your retirement, Mrs. Spack!”

The school distirct serves students in the areas of Yardley Borough, Lower Makefield Township, Falls Township, and Tullytown Borough. With an enrollment of approximately 10,026, Pennsbury School District currently has ten elementary schools, three middle schools, and one high school with two campus buildings.

Learn more at Pennsbury School District.


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