Mrs. Kristi Coble
    Name: Kristi Coble
    Position: Special Education Teacher
    Concentration: Emotional Support and Push-In Math Support
    E-mail: kncoble@exetersd.org
    Phone: (610) 779-3060 ext. 2306
    Building: Senior High School
    Room #: N106
    "We must remember that intelligence is not enough.
    Intelligence plus character -- that is the goal of true education."
    ~Martin Luther King, Jr. 
    B.S. - Special Education (N-12)/Elementary Education (K-6) - Millersville University
    M.S. - (IN PROGRESS) Educational Leadership (Administrative I Principal PK-12, Curriculum & Instruction Supervisor PK-12, and Supervisory I Special Education) - St. Joseph's University
    I began teaching at the Exeter Township Senior High School in April of 2017 with a desire to give back and make a difference in my own community. I take pride in giving back to my community and enjoy helping out with community events and getting students involved in giving back. My background experience includes 8+ years of experience in education working in private alternative settings as well as working at a small public school where I served students with a variety of strengths and needs. I look forward to celebrating many accomplishments with the students, families, and staff in the Exeter Township School District. 
    Extracurricular Involvement
    I currently facilitate the Chick-fil-A Leader Academy, sponsored by our amazing local Chick-fil-A Owner/Operator, Shawn Filby. The group focuses on building leadership skills and finding ways to impact our local community. That's YOU! I also help oversee the Students Against Cyberbullying (STAC) group that is just getting off the ground at the High School. This group will serve as ambassadors of good digital communication and as student liasons for students who witness or suffer from cyberbullying. We will continue working to STAC the odds in our favor.
    CFA Group Kickoff 2017-2018  CFA packing food for shelter 2017-2018  CFA Trail Cleanup Community Impact Project 2017-2018
    My mission
    To continue being a good role model for our youth and guiding them to make this community a healthy and supportive place to live where everyone feels supported. To empower students not only with academic intelligence but emotional and social intelligence as well.