January 26, 2010
Northwestern Oklahoma State University student teachers are pictured with members of the senior staff and Brian Grimm, 2009 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year. Grimm is an English teacher at Will Rogers High School in Tulsa.
Twenty-one education majors at Northwestern Oklahoma State University will begin their student teaching semester Monday, Feb. 8.
The students will return to campus for seminars on March 26 and May 3, and student teaching will end on May 7. Their portfolio exit interviews will be May 3 through May 7. Graduation is scheduled for May 8.
Elementary education students, their hometowns and teaching assignments are as follows:
Cara Barnes, Hennessey, Hennessey Elementary; Mindi Clement, Aline, Aline-Cleo Elementary; Stacia Dunkin, Enid, Pioneer-Pleasant View Elementary; Angela Frakes, Bison, Hayes Elementary-Enid; Sheena Gaines, Canton, Canton Elementary; Sara Hauser, Okeene, Fairview Elementary; Amy Pottinger, Enid, Eisenhower Elementary-Enid; and Michelle Schemmer, Waukomis, Waukomis Public Schools.
Early childhood education students, their hometowns and teaching assignments are as follows:
Lesli Benham, Ringwood, Cimarron Elementary; Jessica Benson, Bison, Waukomis Elementary; Kristy Gilbert, Marland, Tonkawa Elementary; Ashley McDonald, Woodward, Horace Mann Elementary-Woodward.
Health and sports science students, their hometowns and teaching assignments are as follows:
Kristina Patton, Medicine Lodge, Kan., Medicine Lodge Public Schools; Jake Phillips, Alva, Burlington Public Schools; and Alex Shafer, Lubbock, Texas, Alva Public Schools.
Brandon Bookout, a social science education major from Enid, will teach at Pioneer-Pleasant Vale High School.
Amy Chase, an instrumental music education major from Alva, will teach at Waynoka Public Schools.
Vickie Felder, a special education major from Waukomis, will teach at Hoover Elementary-Enid.
Two students will serve as mathematics teachers. Kelli Krows of Seiling, will teach at Cherokee Public Schools, and Heather Lohmann of Alva, will teach at Waynoka Public Schools.
Teaching English education at Woodward High School is Erica Nail of Sharon.
Tue, January 26, 2010
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