Corinne Lyczkowski will serve in the role for the second semester of the current school year
At the public school board meeting held on Jan. 17, the Pennsbury board of school directors appointed Corinne Lyczkowski to be an acting assistant principal at Pennsbury High School for the second semester of the current academic year.
The opening was created when Cherrissa Gibson, an assistant principal at PHS, was selected by the board to fill in as acting principal for PHS West principal, Lisa Becker, who is taking a sabbatical leave for the second semester.
As the acting assistant principal, Lyczkowski’s duties will include staff evaluation, supervision, and development; evaluation and administration of instructional and educational programs; budget implementation and management; assisting with the master schedule; office management; organization of student activities; student discipline; and attendance.
Since September 2018, Lyczkowski has been serving as an administrative intern at PHS East. Prior to that, she was appointed to serve in a similar capacity at Charles Boehm Middle School for a year. Earlier in her professional career, Lyczkowski was a secondary English teacher and building chairperson for the department at Charles Boehm. She joined Pennsbury in 2014 after teaching middle school English for two years in Boca Raton, Florida.
Lyczkowski earned a master’s degree in educational leadership and a K-12 principal’s certificate at Gwynedd Mercy University. She also holds a bachelor of science degree in secondary English education from Millersville University.