Seneca Valley School District

Welcome to Human Resources
K. Bobak
Contact Information:
P: 724-452-6040, ext. 1760
F: 724-452-6105
Ms. Kyra Bobak
Director for Human Resources
 Ms. Kyra Bobak has 17 years of experience in education and has been an administrator in Seneca Valley School District since 2006.She served as an assistant principal and then as a principal for Haine Elementary School. During her work as principal at Haine Elementary, the school received the Olweus Quality Assurance designation in 2011. The school was one of the three schools in the nation to be recognized. During her tenure in this role, she was also elected and served as the Pennsylvania Association of Elementary and Secondary School Principals (PAESSP) West II Regional Representative for the State. 
Kyra Bobak is a member of numerous professional associations, and as the Director of Human Resources and Pupil Personnel Services, she is currently serving as a founding advisory board member for Sprigeo, an online national organization for an anti-bullying system. Her position on the board allows her to share her passion for education and commitment to positive change in schools.
Her career in education and higher learning began when she earned her bachelor of science degree in elementary and early childhood education from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 1994; and continued on to complete her master’s degree in administration and policy studies from the University of Pittsburgh in 2004. Prior to working at Seneca Valley School District, Kyra Bobak worked as an elementary teacher in the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nev., and as a teacher and principal in the Wilkinsburg School District in Wilkinsburg, Pa.

Ms. Sandra Carlin, Administrative Assistant 
Ms. Sandy Millett, Administrative Assistant
Ms. Patricia Smith, Administrative Assistant
One of the most important components of a successful school system is assuring that quality teachers are recruited, hired, developed and retained. At Seneca Valley, we are committed to not only hiring the best, but continually developing those employees who are on the front line with our children every day! Therefore, we have a formal multi-step interview process and a comprehensive plan for professional development.
For additional information or to view procedures for applying for jobs in our district, click on the links on the left.

For information on Act 48 Professional Development, please click here Act 48
For information on Act 48 Professional Development Hours, please contact Ms. Pam Evans, Front Desk Secretary (724) 452-6040, ext. 0 or via email at