Education Program Participants Begin Student Teaching

Education Program Participants Begin Student Teaching

For Immediate Release
Further Information: Contact Joseph Giomboni
Public Relations Office, (570) 208-5958

January 24, 2012- Forty-seven King’s College students have begun a 14-week student teaching experience at area elementary, junior-high, and senior-high schools. The supervised student teaching experience is necessary to fulfill King’s degree requirements and to obtain a Pennsylvania Teacher Certificate.                                                                                                             

King’s College education majors student teaching in local elementary and high schools are,seated from left, row 1: Melanie Steele, Harvey’s Lake, Lehman-Jackson Elementary; Jayme Doyle, Moscow, Dunmore High School; Samantha Simcox, Reading, Dana St. Elementary; Abigail Malloy, Frackville, State St. Elementary; Holly Mannucci, Old Bridge, N.J., Dana St. Elementary; Justine Soprano, Hanover Twp., Little People Day School; Desiree Matz, Hazleton, Drums Elementary; Brenda Piacenti, West Hazleton, Valley Elementary; Samantha Skellington, Valley Stream, N.Y., Dana St. Elementary; Christine Guarino, Jefferson, N.J., WVW Middle School; Alexandra Crowell, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., State St. Elementary; Brianna Jacobs, West Wyoming, WVW; Noemi Tiatenchi, Wilkes-Barre, Third Ave. Elementary; and Margaret Callan, Spring Lake, N.J., Wycallis Elementary.

Row 2, standing: Dr. Denise Reboli, chairperson of the education department; Cynthia Darby, Stockton, N.J., WVW; Tammy Lynn Carr, Wilkes-Barre, WVW; Leslie Nichols, Fleetville, Lackawanna Trail High School; Amanda Casey, Ashley, Lee Park Elementary; Amy Oliveri, Pittston, Pittston Area Intermediate Center; Lindsay Szalkowski, Dallas, Wycallis Elemantary; ChrisWilson, Dallas, Dana St. Elementary; Tarra Miller, Dallas, Dallas High School; Tiffany Landi, Wilkes-Barre, Main St. Elementary; Tara Decker, Mountain Top, Rice Elementary; Jennifer Harascak, Hazleton, Valley Elementary; Dave Cannella, Hazleton, Rice Elementary; Julie Caufield, Port Jefferson Station, N.Y., Hanover Green Elementary; Sarah Darte, Wilkes-Barre, Main St. Elementary; Amanda Bozym, Scranton, Old Forge High School; Monica Smith, Coopersburg, Chester St. Elementary; Laurienne Abraham, Wilkes-Barre, Greater Nanticoke High School; Tammy Pudimott, Hunlock Creek, Wycallis Elementary; and Bob Richards, assistant professor of education.

Row 3, standing: Jason Herman, Pittston, Pittston Area Primary School; Mike Miller, Taylor, Riverside Elementary; Jarryd Lokuta, Dupont, Main St. Elementary; Chris O’Neill, Mifflinsville, Schuyler Ave. Elementary; Brian Palladino, Larksville, Main St. Elementary; Joshua Rowe, Honesdale, Evergreen Elementary; Daniel Pape, Wilkes-Barre, WVW; John Connolly, Luzerne, Holy Redeemer; Scott McGonigal, Jim Thorpe, Dana St. Elementary; Alexander Mertz, Wilkes-Barre, WVW Middle School; Patrick Skellington, Valley Stream,N.Y., WVW; Robert Stelma, Kingston, WVW; Ali Leandri, Dallas, Dallas Elementary; and Karen Coyne, Wilkes-Barre, WVW.  Absent from photo was Colin Hatten, Ashley, Memorial Elementary.

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