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Tod Kline
                         Greetings:

My name is Tod Kline, and as of May 4, 2015, I am on the job as the permanent superintendent of Susquehanna Township School District. I'm indebted to the work done before me by acting superintendents   Jeff   Miller  and
Rich Daubert, as well as previous administrations, but I have now assumed the helm. It is my goal with the support of students, staff, parents, township residents and community leaders, to move this district forward. 
 
I’ve known about this district since I was a kid growing up here in the midstate. Susquehanna Township School District had THE reputation for academic and athletic success. It is such a privilege after many life experiences as an educator-administrator to become part of that tradition. I arrive to the district having served as superintendent of Southern Huntingdon County School District, director of programs and facility development at Chambersburg Area School District and middle school principal at Chambersburg. I was also a high school assistant principal and the director of adult education/GED at Waynesboro Area School District and music teacher at Waynesboro.

You can count on me to put students first. It is incumbent upon me to be fiscally responsible. You can rest assured that I am a listener and want to hear what is on your mind. Please be confident that I want you to be actively engaged in all that we do in our schools. It is my vision to build a world-class institution where leadership, accountability and performance are evident in our students. I look forward to many celebrations as we work to bring greater success to our students and school district.

Sincerely,


TOD F. KLINE, Ed. D.

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