Dr. Rachel Andler is the Director of Student Support Services for the South Fayette Township School District. Prior to joining our District in March 2020, she held a similar position at the Carlynton School District in Carnegie, PA for three years. While there, she coordinated and supervised professional development for the district and handled all components of the District’s special education and pupil services program that included students with individualized education plans, 504 plans, and gifted education plans. Dr. Andler also served as the ESL coordinator for an English Learner population that quadrupled in two years.
In 2006, Dr. Andler began her career in education as a high school math teacher in the Brownsville Area School District. After six years in the classroom, she moved into administrative roles in the District that included Cyber Coordinator, Co-Director of Alternative Education, Dean of Students, and Director of Pupil Services, Special Education, Curriculum, and Federal Programs.
Dr. Andler received a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education with a concentration in mathematics from the California University of Pennsylvania, a Master of Education in School Leadership and Curriculum and Instruction, and an Ed. D. in Education in School Leadership from the University of Pittsburgh. She also holds a Superintendent Letter of Eligibility from California University of Pennsylvania.
Additionally, Dr. Andler has guest lectured to first year school psychologists at the California University of Pennsylvania and participates on multiple advisory boards for the West Virginia Junior College in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Phone: 412-221-4542 x 429