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    Northern Bedford County School District

    Administrators



    Mr. Todd Beatty, Northern Bedford County School District Superintendent

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    Todd Beatty is a graduate of Southern Fulton High School.  He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Arts/Technical Education from Millersville University and a Master’s Degree in Education from Shippensburg University.  He taught alternative education for eight years at Central Fulton School District.  During this time, he coached softball for two years.  Mr. Beatty began his administrative career at Southern Fulton School District serving in the capacity of Jr/Sr High School Principal for three years.  He returned to Central Fulton School district serving as the Middle/High School Principal for ten years.  In 2015, he was named Superintendent of Northern Bedford County School District.  In addition to his educational experiences, he retired with twenty years of service from the Pennsylvania Army National Guard at the rank of First Sergeant.




    Lindsay A. Cherry, Supervisor of Special Educationcherry

    Lindsay Cherry is a graduate of Altoona Area High School.  She was active duty Air Force for eight years before graduating from Wayland Baptist University and earned a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Education.  As her education continued, she attended College of Notre Dame and received a master’s degree in Master of Arts of Leadership in Teaching.  She then continued her education at Saint Francis University and obtained her Pennsylvania Special Education Supervisor Certification in 2015. She holds certification in Elementary Education, Middle School, and Special Education.  Mrs. Cherry has experience in public education since 2005.  She was hired as Northern Bedford County School District’s Special Education Supervisor in July 2016. 

     
     
     Mr. Trevor Replogle, Elementary School Principal

    Trevor Rereplogle plogle is a graduate of Northern Bedford County High School.  He earned his bachelors degree in elementary education from Shippensburg University and a master of education degree from Frostburg State University.  Mr. Replogle began his teaching career at Northern Bedford Middle School in 1997, the first year that the middle school opened.  He taught science and English before being hired as the Middle School/High School Dean of Students in 2002.  He was hired as the Middle School Principal in 2005 and became the Elementary School Principal in 2012.

     

     

     

     
     
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    Mr. Wayne Sherlock, Middle School Principal
     
    Wayne Sherlock is a 1982 graduate of the Northern Bedford County School District.  He received a bachelors degree in Business Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  While teaching data processing and computer technology at the Greater Johnstown AVTS for 15 years, Wayne coached cross country, wrestling, and track & field in addition to serving as athletic director.  Earning a Master of Education Degree in Administration and Supervision from Frostburg, MD State University provided Wayne the opportunity to serve as the assistant junior/senior high principal and athletic director at Ferndale Area School District.  He returned to Northern Bedford in January 2003 as associate middle/high school principal becoming the high school principal in 2005.  Subsequently, he has completed course work from Shippensburg University obtaining Superintendent Letter of Eligibility Certification leading to his current position as Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction beginning July 2010.  He became the Middle School Principal in 2012.
     
     
     
    Mr. Michael C. O'Dellick, Senior High School Principal
     
     odellick   Michael C. O’Dellick is a graduate from Northern Bedford High School.  He earned his bachelors degree from the  University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown in Secondary Education Mathematics in 2006.  Mr. O’Dellick began his career here at Northern Bedford County School District in 2006 as a high school math teacher.  He obtained his master’s degree in Education Leadership from Saint Francis University in 2010.  Mr. O’Dellick continued on with his studies through Saint Francis University and received his principal certification in 2011. In 2013 he was named high school principal at the Claysburg-Kimmel School District and in the fall of 2015 he became the High School Principal at NB.  He is continuing his studies at Penn State University where he is working on his superintendent letter of eligibility and his D.Ed.

     

Last Modified on August 2, 2017