• My name is Thea Park and I am the CEEL Supervisor for Easterly Parkway Elementary School (serving students from both Easterly Parkway and Corl Street Elementary School). I grew up in State College and had a wonderful, firsthand experience with the State College Area School District that I take pride in being a part of. After graduating from the State College Area High School in 2009, I went on to attend Pennsylvania State University and obtained my Bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies. After I finished my schooling, I went into the social work field which fueled my desire to work with children and ensure that all children are given the opportunities that they deserve to learn and grow. I enjoy spending time with my family, reading a good book and being outdoors! 

    Students, this part is for you! Please remember that CEEL stands for Community Education Extended Learning. That means that the CEEL program is a continuation of your school day. You will have the chance to eat a snack, enjoy some interesting classes, play, see your friends, and have fun! The school classrooms, hallways, bathrooms, students and staff are to be respected the same way at CEEL as during the regular school day. We'll be going over the basic CEEL rules together, so you will know what to expect at Easterly Parkway CEEL from the very first day.

Last Modified on October 31, 2022