Angelic Schneider is passionate about public education. She has dedicated herself, through her career as a middle school teacher, in the Parkland School District, for over 20 years to do the work that public schools guarantee, thereby providing a meaningful educational experience to every child. She has had the opportunity to volunteer to mentor and supervise several student teachers pursuing their educational degrees.
She has lived in the East Penn School District for twenty-three years. She has two children. Her son, Samuel, attends Eyer Middle School and her daughter, Lila, attends Emmaus High School. Both children previously attended Shoemaker Elementary School.
She has had the opportunity to work in a cosmetology and esthetic trade school for the last 16 years. As such, as a school board director, she will continue to advocate for productive partnerships with the trade schools in the area to allow all students to maximize their educational experience.
“Working in a trade school has afforded students opportunities to explore and successfully pursue their passions in a non-traditional way.”
Angelic is a graduate of Cedar Crest College with a Bachelor’s of the Arts. Additionally, she holds a master’s degree in Elementary Education from Kutztown University. Angelic worked for over seven years, part-time for Behavioral Health Associates as well as the Intermediate Unit #21.
“Working with families and children, struggling with mental health issues was a truly rewarding chapter of my career.”
Angelic is focused on continuing to improve the infrastructure in the school district so that all stakeholders have a voice in the success of the district.
“My children are my greatest achievement. Having the opportunity to be a part of our school board will allow me to add insight, ideas, and suggestions that will improve and enhance our district, not only for my children but all the children. Being part of the important decision-making process and bridging the gaps between our schools, community, and teachers provides the greatest benefits for our school district.”