Northwestern student teachers enter area schools

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Northwestern student teachers enter area schools

September 18, 2009

Twenty-seven education majors at Northwestern Oklahoma State University began their student teaching semester Monday, Sept. 14.

The students will return to campus for seminars on Oct. 21 and Dec. 7, and student teaching will end on Dec. 11. Their portfolio exit interviews will be Dec. 7 through Dec. 11. Graduation is scheduled for Dec. 6.

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Northwestern Oklahoma State University student teachers are pictured with Dr. Milt Lehr, former director of student teaching, and his wife Becky. Northwestern student teachers are (front row, L to R): Aimee Duke and Pam McCleary; (middle row, L to R) Cheri Ward, Natalie Thomas, Jessie Ross, Rhonda Stuart, Bridgett Chesnut, Deana Reid, Kelly Campbell, Kendra Rambat, Billie Castor; (back row, L to R) Missy Shepherd, Dr. Sue Diel, education division chair; Jennifer Scroggins, Chelsea Daggs, Gayle Fritts, Melia McMurphy, Whitney Pankratz, Sonja Honegger, Becky Stanton, Dr. Lehr, Becky Lehr, Clay Leisher, Kyler Dowell, Jennifer Milam, Kyle Culwell, Misty Owings, Matt Brand, Andrea Miller, Ty Burkes and Dr. Martie Young, professor of education.

The students, their hometowns, majors and teaching assignments are as follows:

Matthew Brand, Alex, health and sports science education, Alva Longfellow/Lincoln; Ty Burkes, Helena, health and sports science education, Timberlake Elementary; Kelly Campbell, elementary education, Alva Longfellow; Bridgett Chesnut, Blackwell, early childhood education, Newkirk Elementary; Kyle Culwell, Concordia, Kan., health and sports science education, Alva Longfellow/Lincoln; Chelsea Daggs, Edmond, early childhood education, Harvest Hills Elementary in Putnam City; Kyler Dowell, Longton, Kan., elementary education, Sedan Elementary.

Aimee Duke, Ponca City, early childhood education, Alva Longfellow; Gayle Fritts, Kiowa, Kan., elementary education, Alva Longfellow; Sonja Honegger, Tonkawa, elementary education/special education, Tonkawa Elementary; Clay Leisher, Beaver, elementary education, Forgan Elementary; Pamela McCleary, Blackwell, elementary education, Blackwell Elementary; Melia McMurphy, Sharon, elementary education, Shattuck Elementary; Jennifer Milam, Enid, English education, Drummond High; Andrea Miller, Dodge City, Kan., elementary education, Alva Lincoln Elementary.

Misty Owings, Enid, social science, Enid High; Whitney Pankratz, Newkirk, elementary education, Ponca City Union; Kendra Rambat, Ashby, Neb., early childhood education, Alva Washington Elementary; Deana Reid, Blackwell, elementary education, Tonkawa Elementary; Jessi Ross, Waynoka, elementary education, W.W. Horace Mann; Jennifer Scroggins, Wagoner, early childhood education, Fargo Elementary; Melissa Shepherd, Pawhuska, early childhood education, Ringwood Elementary; Rebecka Stanton, Ponca City, elementary education, Ponca City-Garfield; Rhonda Stuart, Garber, special education/elementary education, Garber Elementary; Natalie Thomas, Enid, early childhood education, Enid McKinley Hillsdale Christian School; Cheri Ward, Enid, special education, Monroe Elementary.

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