Croatia    St. Augustine    Amathus    Cyprus


    Ms. Amy Vaughn

    Susquehanna Township High School

    US History, Modern World History, Analyzing the Social Sciences, and Ethnic Studies

    Room 206 

    The best way to contact me is through school email: avaughn@hannasd.org

    Work Hours: Monday - Thursday 7:20am - 3:05pm (in person)

                         Friday 7:20am - 2:50pm (virtual)

    Office Hours:  Fridays 9:00-10:00 AM and 1:00-2:00 PM


    Class Schedule: 




    Advisory and Futures I




    Analyzing the Social Sciences

    Period 1



    Analyzing the Social Sciences

    Period 2



    Academic US History

    Period 3



    Academic US History

    Period 4



    Academic US History

    Period 6



    Honors Modern World History

    Period 7




    Learning Procedures:

    We will be utilizing Teams and the Class Notebooks in Teams in our learning sequence. Assignments will be pushed out through the Assignments tab in Teams and will need to be uploaded there for grading. In the Class Notebook you should go to the Agendas section in each unit for an updated list of requirements and a projection of the next week’s learning objectives. If you have technical problems, please email me or tech support: Support@hannasd.org



    I was born and raised in the Lehigh Valley, PA. After playing with the idea of being a teacher (and a vet...and a marine biologist...and a musician), I finally decided to become the next Indiana Jones and study archaeology at Lycoming College. I traveled to the island of Cyprus twice to work on an archaeological dig (the bottom two pictures are from various sites in Cyprus). After I graduated, I completed a year of Master's work in classics at Villanova University before FINALLY coming full circle and realizing I wanted to be a teacher.

    After graduating with my Master's degree in education from Kutztown University, I was a substitute for multiple school districts while also working part time at a nursing home. In the fall of 2018, I was lucky enough to return to the school where I student taught as a long-term substitute for one of the health and phys. ed. teachers...not exactly what I had been prepared for, but very enjoyable all the same. Then, the following spring, I returned to the high school I attended as a long-term substitute in world history. I began teaching at Susquehanna Township High School in October of 2019, and I am beyond happy to be here!

    Traveling, reading, listening to new music, baking...these are a few of my favorite things!

    I am SO excited to see what this school year brings. See you when I see you!