Students from Northwestern Oklahoma State University left campus at the beginning of the 2013 fall semester, with the knowledge to succeed in a particular field. Twenty-three senior education students have gained hands-on experience as they entered the field through student teaching this semester.
The students will return to campus for seminars in December. Their portfolio exit interviews will be during finals week in May.
Listed below are the students, their hometowns and teaching assignments.
English Education – Kristi Hunter, Woodward, Woodward Middle School; Alexis Peterson, Mooreland, Mooreland High School.
Health and Sports Science Education – Brandon Curtis, Laverne, Laverne Schools; Ryan Nelson, Beaver, Okeene High School.
Elementary Education – Brenda Alvarado, Enid, Enid Garfield Elementary; Emily Atkinson, Enid, Enid Hayes Elementary; Megan Boone, Lacygne (Kan.), South Barber Elementary (Kan.); Jacey Ford, Mill Creek, Guthrie Fogarty Elementary; Debbie Landes-Goodson, Fairview, Fairview Cornelsen Elementary; Hallie LaRue, Ponca City, Ponca City Roosevelt Elementary; Stacia Paul, Enid, Enid Hayes Elementary; April Swinnea-Ogg, Enid, Enid Monroe Elementary.
Early Childhood Education – Olivia Hammontree, Medford, Deer Creek-Lamont Elementary; Andrea McDow, Enid, Enid Taft Elementary; Audrey Richmond, Cherokee, Alva Washington Elementary; Tracie Soutter, Ponca City, Ponca City Woodlands.
Agriculture Education – Dalton Holliman, McDonald (Kan.), Alva High School; Tyler Laubach, Guymon, Verden High School.
Special Education – Mike Arnold, Ponca City, Ponca City High School/ Trout Elementary; Brooke McNaughton, Enid, Enid Monroe Elementary.
Ashley Schmitz, Laverne, has been teaching music at Cherokee Public Schools.
Jonathan Washington, Guthrie, has been teaching history at Alva Middle School.
Posted on Tue, November 19, 2013
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