September 13, 2011
Northwestern students who began student teaching this week are (front row, from left) Alexia Powers, Lindsay Roehl, Rachel Stover, Misty Alvarez, Nikki Albert, Steffani Powless, Cody Campbell, Kala Mead; (Middle row) Madison Malone, Jessica Chegwidden, Tara Woodmansee, Megan Arnold, Brooke McKeown, Jessica Johnson McKinley, Ashlie Hawley, Kayla Overton, Jill Campbell, Ashlynn Frey, Kasey Russell, McKayla Shafer, Dr. Young, director of student teaching; (Back row) Brice Gibson, Garrett Bebermeyer, Brett Thomas, Lucas Russell and Eric Carnes.
Twenty-five senior education majors at Northwestern Oklahoma State University began their student teaching this week.
The students will return to campus for seminars on Oct. 26 and Dec. 6. Their portfolio exit interviews will be during finals week Dec. 5-9. Graduation is scheduled for Dec. 4.
Listed below are the students studying elementary childhood education, their hometowns and teaching assignments.
Nikki Albert, Larned (Kan.), Vici Elementary; Megan Arnold, Ponca City, Ponca City Union/Woodlands; Lindsay Roehl, Ponca City, McCord Elementary; and Rachel Stover, Alva, Ponca City Union/Woodlands.
Students studying health and sports science education are as follows:
Garrett Bebermeyer, Alva, Longfellow Elementary (Alva); Lucas Russell, Freedom, Mooreland Elementary and High School; McKayla Shafer, Alva, Cherokee Elementary and High School; Brett Thomas, Mooreland, Washington and Lincoln Elementary schools (Alva).
Elementary education students include:
Jill Campbell, Garber, Enid Taft Elementary; Ashlie Hawley, Buffalo, Ft. Supply Elementary; Madison Malone, Valley Center (Kan.), Kiowa (Kan.) Elementary; Brooke McKeown, Tonkawa, Blackwell Elementary; Kayla Overton, Woodward, Waynoka Elementary; Alexia Powers, Alva, Burlington Elementary; Steffani Powless, Mutual, Sharon-Mutual Elementary; and Kasey Russell, Texhoma, Lincoln Elementary (Alva).
English education students are:
Cody Campbell, Beaver, Waynoka High School; and Tara Woodmansee, Woodward, Mooreland High School.
Science education students Ashlynn Frey, Lahoma; Jessica (Johnson) McKinley, Queen Creek (Ariz.); and Kala Mede, Alva, will student teach at Stillwater High School, Weatherford High School and Elgin School, respectively.
Jessica Chegwidden, Alva, will teach agriculture at Burlington High School, and Brice Gibson, Laverne, also will teach the same subject at Seiling High School.
Misty Alvarez, Enid, will teach special education/early childhood education in the Adams Elementary (Enid) district.
Eric Carnes, Enid, will teach history at Longfellow Middle School in Enid.
Tue, September 13, 2011
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