Board of Directors
16 Ridge Road
Jonestown, PA 17038
Mrs. Amy Sell, Vice President
Lebanon, PA 17046
Mrs. Staci Murray
Staci lives in Jonestown with her husband and two daughters. The Murray family is active at Ono United Methodist Church where they are members.
Staci ran with a team that share the mission and vision of accountable leadership, collaboration with community partners, and excellence in academics.
Mr. David Kline
21 Lambs Lane
Jonestown, PA 17038
David Kline was appointed to the school board in June 2017. He is a 1997 graduate of Northern Lebanon. After high school David spent four years and ten months in the U.S. Navy. In 2002 after his honorable discharge from the U.S. Navy he joined the Pennsylvania Army National Guard for six years. During his military career he served two tours of duty.
In 2007 David graduated from East Stroudsburg University where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Economics.
Currently he works for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of General Services, Bureau of Procurement as a Complex Procurement Consultant. Also, he works for the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank in a part time role as their Purchasing Manager.
He resides in Jonestown with his wife Tara, their son Samuel, and his stepdaughter Taylor. They attend Lebanon Area Evangelical Free Church. In their spare time they like to volunteer for various activities in our community. They also like explore the outdoors, whether it be hiking, kayaking, or camping.
David is grateful for this opportunity to work with all the stakeholders to improve our district.
Nate Erdman was born and raised on the family farm in East Hanover Township. He graduated from Northern Lebanon in 1994. While at NL, Nate played football, basketball and baseball. In 1998 he graduated from Lock Haven University with a degree in Health/PE and a minor in coaching. While at Lock Haven, he played football for 4 years and won the E. Ross Nevel award, which goes to the teams “unsung hero” at the end of the season. He then earned his M.Ed from Penn State University in 2001. Nate has been a PE teacher and coach at Hershey High School since 1998.
Nate is married to Tamee Erdman. She is from Pittsburgh, Pa and they met at Lock Haven University. Tamee is a Health/PE teacher at the Milton Hershey School. They have 2 boys, Kade (10) and Kael (8) that both go to East Hanover. The Erdmans enjoy sports, the outdoors, and “farm life”!
Nate is excited to be on the school board. He’s looking forward to helping the NL students and staff obtain the resources needed so they can maximize their potential as students and athletes. He was humbled by the community support in the elections and is looking forward to serving the community and rebuilding a trusting relationship between the community, administration and staff.
Mrs. Rachel England
Jonestown, PA 17038
Rachel Sekellick grew up in rural Tioga County in Northern Pennsylvania where she attended Elkland Area High School. Later, she moved to Rochester, New York where she worked as an accounts manager for a testing facility. She managed several business accounts while also learning the complicated aspects of safety and standards testing on windows and doors. Rachel moved to the area to be with her husband, Major Jared Sekellick.
Rachel is extremely thankful and considers herself very fortunate to be a full-time stay at home parent for their three young boys Kalib, Trevor and Emmitt. However, she knows the struggles of juggling multiple jobs and trying to stay dedicated to one’s children. Taking care of your neighbor is very important.
Rachel looks forward to serving her community by ensuring the students of Northern Lebanon are receiving the best opportunities possible. She is steadfast in her commitment to work hand in hand with the families of this district to ensure we are creating an environment where every student has the chance to thrive.
Kelly Wolfe has a heart for children and is passionate about quality education. She and her husband Justin chose the Northern Lebanon School District in 2010, when Justin was stationed at Fort Indiantown Gap, because of the character and quality of the community and its residents. Kelly is the mom to seven children, including four through adoption. She understands the complex needs of special learners and that all children do best in schools that support their individual needs as well as work in partnership with families and support systems. She hopes to serve the constituents of NLSD by always putting the children first.
Kelly received her master’s degree in public administration from the University of Pittsburgh, with concentrations in urban management and managing nonprofit organizations. Additionally, she has her certification in secondary education (biology). With a background in local government and human resource management, she presently works for a humanitarian aid organization serving orphaned and impoverished children around the world.
Mrs. Pat Martin, Secretary (non-member)