Miss Brunell grew up in Northampton County in the small town of Bangor, PA. Miss Brunell received her bachelor’s degree in early childhood education from Elizabethtown College in 2017. She started her teaching career as a fourth-grade teacher at Chester Community Charter School in Chester, PA. She spends her summer working for a non-profit organization, YMWIC, empowering underrepresented youth to excel and become leaders in the STEM field. Outside of school, Miss Brunell enjoys playing sports, couponing, and relaxing on the beach.Mr. Smith grew up in Minnesota and graduated from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. After graduating, he volunteered at a school on the Navajo Reservation in northern Arizona. In 2005, he began working for Central Bucks School District and has taught kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. Mr. Smith has also received his Master’s of Education from Arcadia University and spends his summer working for the Extended School Year program. Outside of school he enjoys spending time with his two daughters, Madelyn and Grace and cheering for the Minnesota Vikings.
Mrs. Sobusiak - Hi! I’m Mrs. Sobusiak! I grew up in Philadelphia, PA. After receiving my BS in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from Penn State University, I earned my MA in School Counseling through Rider University with certification at both the elementary and secondary level. I taught grades 1, 2, and 3 in the Central Bucks School District for 12 years and worked as an elementary school counselor for 14 years. In addition, I also have experience working for a local psychologist’s practice where I ran support groups for children and teens in the areas of social skills and stress management. When I am not working with kids, I LOVE to do yoga, dance, listen to music, enjoy the theater, read, and be outside taking in nature. I also LOVE to spend time with my husband, family, friends, and two very actively-adorable rescue puppies. Returning to Buckingham, where I started my career in the Central Bucks School District, makes me very excited for the upcoming year.