Superintendent Sue Moyer
Ms. Sue Moyer is a dynamic, self-motivated educator with more than 20 years of experience in public education who always put the needs of her students first. Before becoming the superintendent of schools at the Duquesne City School District, Ms. Moyer was an elementary teacher for 10 years and a preschool program specialist for the Pennsylvania Department of Education, where she monitored preschools in a variety of settings. Ms. Moyer served as an assistant principal at the Steelton-Highspire School District, and later served the School District of the City of York in many capacities including assistant principal, principal, McKinney-Vento liaison and foster care point of contact. In addition to these duties, Ms. Moyer also served as the district’s federal programs coordinator and was responsible for the equitable disbursement of more than $5 million of federal funds.
Ms. Moyer is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania and holds a bacherlor's degree in Elementary Education. She earned both her principal’s certification and her master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Gannon University. Ms. Moyer holds her Superintendent Letter of Eligibility from Shippensburg University and is currently a doctoral student studying educational leadership in a combined program through Shippensburg and Millersville universities.