Dr. Jacquelyn Martin is in her fifth year as the Superintendent of the Keystone Central School District in Central Pennsylvania. Before serving in her current position, Dr. Martin has served the State College Area School District in the role of Director of Secondary Curriculum, and the Penns Valley Area School District as a Middle Level and High School Principal. Dr. Martin began her teaching career in the Pocono Mountain School District where she served as an elementary health and physical education teacher, an instructional support teacher, and gymnastics coach before becoming an elementary assistant principal.
Dr. Martin received her Bachelor’s Degree in Health and Physical Education from Lock Haven University, her Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Gratz College of Philadelphia and her Doctor of Education Degree in Education Administration and Leadership from California University of Pennsylvania.
“The Keystone Central School District is a special place and I am proud to serve this wonderful community. As a 1986 graduate of the former Sugar Valley High School, I have a deep understanding of the history and culture in Clinton County and of our school district. My professional journey of 32+ years has afforded me several leadership opportunities across all developmental levels and in three very different school districts. Through collaborative leadership, I am committed to provide our children with a future-focused education in a world-class school district.”
-Dr. Jacquelyn M. Martin
According to Section 1073.1 of the Pennsylvania School Code, superintendents must be evaluated via an annual performance review using objective performance standards. The Board of school directors will post the date of the assessment and whether or not the district superintendent has met performance standards.
Dr. Jacquelyn Martin has met the Superintendent's goals for the 2022-2023 school year.