• All About Mrs. Shealer
     
     

    Dunking Booth at Corl Street

     

    Mrs. Michelle Shealer grew up in a small Pennsylvania town called Littlestown which is just a few miles from historic Gettysburg, PA.  After high school, she attended Millersville University and received her B.S. degree in Early Childhood/Elementary Education. She moved to southern Virginia and started her teaching career in Henry County, Virginia. Here, she taught second grade for nine years. While in Virginia, Mrs. Shealer received her Master's degree from Radford University. She then moved back to PA and has been teaching first grade at Corl Street for the last eighteen years making this the start of year twenty-eight as an educator.

     
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    Mrs. Shealer's Log Home


     
    Mrs. Shealer has a log home in Penns Valley. She lives here with her husband, Ron, who teaches Technology Education at Mount Nittany Middle School. She also shares her home with two cats named Betsy and Ross.
     
     
     
     
    This is Betsy, she only weighed a little over a pound when we found her.
     
     
             

    This is Ross, hard to believe he weighed less than a pound when we took him in. Betsy and Ross are twins that we found on Memorial Day so we named them after Betsy Ross, the famous seamstress who made one of the first American flags.

     
     

     

    In her free time, Mrs. Shealer enjoys the outdoors. She loves to camp, mountain bike, cross-country ski, ride a motorcycle with her husband and hike. She once hiked Mount Nittany in a snowstorm!

     
    Hiking with Spencer and Colby, two great dogs she was blessed to have for over 15 years.



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    Cross-country skiing



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    Mountain biking




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    You may see Mrs. Shealer coming to school on the back of her husband's motorcycle!




    Wildlife Mrs. Shealer has seen in her yard!

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    Mr. Bear has stopped by her house a few times.


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    This is Ms. Weasel. She was visiting the wood pile one winter day looking for mice.
     
     
     
Last Modified on July 27, 2020