Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit 21

Helping Children Learn

CLIU Bulletin Board


  •  CLIU 21 Staff, Students, Parents/Guardians and Community,

    In response to Governor Wolf directing all schools to close, the CLIU Central Office and Transportation Office will be closed until further notice.

    Throughout this closure, only identified essential staff will be permitted to enter the Central Services Office in Schnecksville and the CLIU Transportation Building in Walnutport.

    All events that were scheduled to take place at either facility have been postponed or canceled.

    If anyone calls the CLIU Main Offices, please understand that it may be a few days before messages are received and returned.

    If you need to contact someone, please see the link below to a list of Director’s emails. They will redirect your message to the appropriate department or staff member.

    We ask for everyone’s cooperation and we request your continued patience as we all do our best to navigate these challenging and unprecedented events related to COVID-19.

    Dr. Elaine E. Eib
    Executive Director

    StudentsFamilies | Districts | Teachers | Staff 

    Business Services 
    Tara Houser - Director of Business Services -
    Curriculum and Instruction/Educational Technologies
    Eric Lech - Director of Curriculum & Instruction/Educational Technologies -
    Human Resources
    Sherry Rex - Director of Human Resources -

    Management Information Systems
    Philip Fiore - Director of Operations and Management Information Systems -

    Special Programs and Services 
    Deborah Popson - Director of Special Programs and Services -

    Randy D. Parry - Director of Transportation -

    The CLIU serves as the coordinating agency that brings together diverse school districts, vocational schools, businesses, higher education and community groups. The CLIU uses a "regional team" approach and through cooperation and collaboration among school districts and community agencies, provides innovative, responsive, and cost-effective programs. It is the job of the Intermediate Unit to facilitate inter-district cooperation, provide educational and administrative services to schools, and function as a link between the Pennsylvania Department of Education and local school districts.