• Methacton Award of Excellence
    For the significant contribution they make to the district in supporting their colleagues, our students and their families, as well as our entire community, Superintendent Dr. David Zerbe presents the Methacton Award of Excellence to two valued members of our staff per month - one member of our support staff, and one member of our teaching staff. The individuals you see pictured below have made significant contributions to our school community!  Please join us in thanking and honoring them for their work here in the Methacton School District. Methacton PRIDE!

    December - Arcola Intermediate School


    Abby Hollenbeck, Gifted/Math Support Teacher

    Ms. Hollenbeck is back! Having been a Math teacher at Arcola, she returns to Arcola after a short, but highly successful run as Math Support teacher at the elementary level. She is a true and natural leader. She works 110% on behalf of students and staff. Her energy, enthusiasm and knowledge are all assets that are fully embraced at Arcola. We are grateful to have her back as part of the Arcola family in support of students and staff at the middle level.


    Caroline Deininger, Front Office Secretary

    Ms. Deininger is the first person you see and meet when visiting Arcola. She never has a bad day and always finds a way to brighten up the lives of people around her. She always has a smile on and a friendly, courteous, and professional demeanor towards everyone. She helps our students, staff and guest on a daily basis. 


    November - Worcester Elementary School


    Anita Massi, Instructional Assistant

    Ms. Massi is a former Catholic School teacher who has chosen to continue working in education as an Instructional Assistant in the K, 1, and 2 Learning Support Classroom. Anita enriches our school with her calm, friendly disposition. She communicates with our students in the most loving and supportive ways. She is a champion for students making good choices. Anita is a beloved member of the staff joining in with spirit days and collegial support. She also bakes the best pound cake ever!


    Sarah Wright, Emotional Support Teacher

    Ms. Wright provides a calm and understanding spirit. Sarah has the unique ability to work with students and understands how to meet the needs of every child. Her empathy with parents is professional and personal. Sarah works with the whole child to make sure details of their life are organized. Sarah’s flexibility with her time allows her to support each student when needed. Sarah gives 110% for every child and staff member. She is a valuable member of our team making her a role model for students and staff.


    October - Woodland Elementary School

    Carrie Brower

    Carrie Brower, First Grade Teacher

    Mrs. Brower possesses all the attributes of an amazing educator.  Her main priority:  helping students grow.  Mrs. Brower doesn’t stop with helping students grow academically. Each and every day, Mrs. Brower creates an environment where students grow emotionally, socially, and academically.  Her classroom is warm, inviting, and child-centered.  Educating the whole child is something that Mrs. Brower has down for over a decade at Woodland Elementary School.  You can stop in at any time during the day to Mrs. Brower’s first grade class room and see children smiling from ear to ear.  This is because Mrs. Brower raises students’ confidence, focuses on their strengths, and gives them a reason to try.  Every student is made to feel unique, special and talented in Mrs. Brower’s room.  Mrs. Brower is an amazing asset to the Methacton School District and exemplifies the definition of an outstanding educator. 

    Mary Chantry

    Mary Chantry, Third Grade Instructional Aide

    Mrs. Chantry has been a part of the Methacton community for decades.  Her dedication, compassion, and strong work ethic make her a staple of the Woodland community.  At the drop of a hat, Mrs. Chantry will rearrange her day to meet student’s needs.  She goes above and beyond to help any staff member who needs it.  Mrs. Chantry is always smiling and positive which adds to Woodland’s positive school culture. In fact, when someone is having a bad day, they know they can go see Mary and everything will be all right.   Mrs. Chantry is respected by the entire staff and student body.  People turn to her for advice on all issues and Mrs. Chantry is always willing to lend a hand; or an ear for that matter.  We are comforted to know that Mrs. Chantry is in our corner at all times because she is a loyal, professional, and truly amazing part of our Woodland School.