Governor Wolf Elementary School
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Located in the east side of Bethlehem, Governor Wolf Elementary School is part of the Bethlehem Area School District. It is named for the seventh governor of Pennsylvania, George Wolf, a Northampton County native who is known as the father of the state's public school system. In 1834, he signed the "Common School Act" into law.
1920 Butztown Rd, Bethlehem, PA 18017
- Fax: 610-867-6768
- Fax: 708-961-2025
- Hours: By appointment