AllentownSchool District

Board of School Directors


Nancy Wilt
President
Nicholas Miller
Vice-President

Sara J. Brace
Lisa A. Conover
Phoebe D. Harris
Cheryl L. Johnson-Watts
Audrey Mathison 
Charles F. Thiel
Linda Vega


In accordance with Act 84 of 1986, the following public meetings of the Board of School Directors of the School District of the City of Allentown will be held at the Administration Center in the Boardroom – 31 S. Penn Street, Allentown, PA 18102.

These meetings will still be streamed live on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3nfPfZ1Unless otherwise specified, on the following dates and time indicated:

Committee-of-the-Whole Meetings – 6:30 p.m.
 January 13, 2022 August 11, 2022 
 February 10, 2022 September 8, 2022
 March 10, 2022  October 6, 2022
 April 7, 2022 November 3, 2022
 May 12, 2022  December 1, 2022
 June 9, 2022

Regular Board Meetings – 7:00 p.m.
 January 27, 2022 July 28, 2022
 February 24, 2022 August 25, 2022
 March 24, 2022  September 22, 2022
 April 28, 2022 October 20, 2022
 May 26, 2022  November 17, 2022
 June 23, 2022 December 15, 2022

The Allentown School District Board of Directors sets the policies for the District. Current policies are available for view through Board Docs. Agendas and Minutes for all meetings are available through Board Docs. Board Docs is maintained by the Allentown School Board Secretary. For questions, contact Board Secretary William Hargett at hargettw@allentownsd.org


Contacting the Board

Members of the public may contact individual members of the board via email by clicking the names listed above. 
 
Mailing Address:
School District of the City of Allentown
c/o Secretary to the Board
31 S. Penn Street,  PO Box 328
Allentown, PA 18105-0328 

Board Secretary: 
hargettw@allentownsd.org
484-765-4266


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The Allentown School District is a member of The Pennsylvania School Boards AssociationPSBA is a nonprofit statewide association of public school boards, pledged to the highest ideals of local lay leadership for the public schools of the commonwealth. 

PSBA and its member school entities represent more than 4,500 local school board members who dedicate themselves to providing the best education for every child. The association was founded in 1895 with the stated purposes to:
  • Provide a medium for school boards, school directors, school board secretaries and other related groups to come together and exchange information and views concerning the administration of the commonwealth's public schools.
  • Secure united cooperation in handling school board problems and to endeavor to bring about improvement of the public schools by cooperation with other educational and professional agencies.
  • Take such action as deemed most desirable on matters relating to education and school administration, whether initiated by PSBA, the General Assembly, state agencies, or individuals, associations or groups
  • Promote greater activity and higher efficiency on the part of all school boards in order to secure the best results in the progressive advancement, control and conduct of public schools.
  • Render assistance and advice to school boards and to members of school boards on school matters affecting them.