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January 20, 2017- Twenty-two 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: Shelby Mack, Hanover Twp., Dodson Elementary; Nina Brunetti, Mountain Top, Rice Elementary and Crestwood High School; Elizabeth DeMichele, Wilkes-Barre, Dodson Elementary; Kristen Nelson, Hanover Twp., Dana Street Elementary; Shaniese Ricketts, Wilkes-Barre, Dodson Elementary; Sundeep Bahl, Mountain Top, Rice Elementary; and Amy Washington, Bedford, N.Y., Lee Park Elementary. 

Standing, row 1: Bob Richards, Director of Student Teaching; Angelina Reed, Duryea, Pittston Area Intermediate School; Megan Milunic, Exeter, Pittston Area Intermediate School; Alyssa Hughes, Mountain Top, Montgomery Ave. Elementary; Anna Kachmarski, Ashley, Crestwood High School; Therese Walker, Dunmore, William Prescott Elementary and West Scranton Intermediate School; Haley Waslasky, Plains, Plains-Solomon Elementary; Jacob Kozak, Pittston Twp., Pittston Area Middle School; Gianna Webby, Kingston, Schuyler Ave. Elementary; and Dr. Denise Reboli, chairperson of the education department.

Standing, row 2: Bethany Gagas, Carbondale, Mid Valley Secondary School; Amelia Osisek, Pottstown, Dana Street Elementary; Heather Danishanko, Pennsburg, Nanticoke High School; Katie Kuzma, Tunkhannock, Evans Falls Elementary; Anthony Rodriguez, Hazleton, Hazleton Area Middle-High School; Victoria Brown, Harding, Wyoming Area Primary Center; and Philip Danni, Macungie, Roslund Elementary.