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Armstrong-Indiana Intermediate Unit No. 28

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Armstrong-Indiana Intermediate Unit #28

School districts encompassed:
• Apollo-Ridge School District
• Armstrong School District
• Blairsville-Saltsburg School District
• Freeport Area School District
• Homer-Center School District
• Indiana Area School District
• Leechburg Area School District
• Marion Center Area School District
• Penns Manor Area School District
• Purchase Line School District
• United School District

Board of Directors:
• John E. Sutila, president, Penns Manor Area School District
• Frank C. Prazenica, vice president, Freeport Area School District
• Susan E. Wenckowski, Apollo-Ridge School District
• Linda K. Walker, Armstrong School District
• George L. Rowley, Blairsville-Saltsburg School District
• Julie Rado, Homer-Center School District
• Brian M. Petersen, Indiana Area School District
• Jean Stull, Leechburg Area School District
• Charles R. Glasser, Marion Center Area School District
• James R. McMullen, Purchase Line School District
• Trudy L. DeRubis, United School District

Meeting days and location: 7:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month (Feb. 18, March 18, May 20 and June 17) in Conference Room A at the ARIN IUP 28 Central Office, except at about 8:30 p.m. April 15 at Blairsville High School. An open conference session will precede each meeting.

Executive Director:  James J. Wagner
Business Manager: Clifford A. Geary
Solicitor: Gary J. Gushard, of Tucker-Arensberg, P.C.
Open Records Officer: Amanda K. Mosco
Treasurer: S&T Bank
Board Secretary: Jeannette E. Lemmon
Director of School and Community Services: Katherine M. Monko
Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction: Lynne A. Snyder
Director of Special Education: David M. Norris
Coordinator of Technology/Media Services: Joshua M. Muscatello
Transportation Coordinator: Gregory F. Coy

Budget: ARIN operates approximately 52 programs/projects on a $24 million budget. Funding is from various local, state, and federal sources. In most cases, the budgets are built on allocations or competitive grants received from the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) and elsewhere. ARIN’s cooperative-based programs and consortia give districts and communities access to quality alternatives that might otherwise be too costly for individual entities.

Total employees: Approximately 200
Employee bargaining units: ARIN Education Association (AEA 1 and AEA II) and ARIN Educational Support Professionals (AESP)
ARIN Administration office: 2895 West Pike, Indiana, PA  15701
ARIN Center for Education: 300 Indian Springs Road, Indiana, PA  15701
Telephone: 724-463-5300
Fax: 724-463-5315
Website: iu28.org
E-mail: info@iu28.org