43 King’s Education Program Participants Begin Student Teaching

43 King’s Education Program Participants Begin Student Teaching

For Immediate Release
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Forty-three 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 is a Catholic College Sponsored by the congregation of Holy Cross.

King’s College education majors student teaching in local elementary and high schools are, seated from left, row 1: Pamela Shaver, Dallas, Hazleton Area; Nicole Labenski, Nanticoke, Plains-Solomon Elementary; Francesca Klinger, Nanticoke, State St. Elementary; Yessica Robles, Wilkes-Barre, Kistler Elementary; Nicole Rogers, Moscow, Mid Valley Elementary Center; Lauren Suchecki, Old Forge, Riverside Elementary West; Renee Voith, Baltimore, Md., Plains-Solomon Elementary; Rev. Jack Ryan, C.S.C., president, King’s College; Jeffrey Hanadel, Swoyersville, Schuyler Ave. Elementary; Kayla Strach, West Wyoming, State St. Elementary; Amanda Carey, Exeter, Pittston Area Intermediate Center; Ashley Raspa, South Brunswick, N.J., Plains-Solomon Elementary; Elizabeth Redington, Dallas, Dallas Middle School; Lily Basu, Shavertown, Wilkes-Barre Academy; and Kimberly Zamonas, Hazleton, Valley Elementary.   Standing, row 1: Dr. Denise Reboli, chairperson of the education department; Lisa Anne Priest, Edgewater Park, N.J., State St. Elementary; Alecia Rella, Caldwell, N.J., Fairview Elementary; Brittany Ann Driscoll, Pittston, Pittston Area; Natalia Chinikaylo, Swoyersville, Dana St. Elementary; Aaron Keich, Tunkhannock, Tunkhannock; Faith Brown, Perkasie, Plains-Solomon Elementary; Olivia Walakovits, Whitehall, Coughlin; Ashley Varga, Nutley, N.J., Dodson Elementary; Sara Molitoris, Kingston, Wyoming Seminary; Sara Potteiger, Denver, Coughlin; Kathleen Frankenfield, Sellersville, Chester St. Elementary; Joel Rojas, Brooklyn, New York, Coughlin; and, Bob Richards, assistant professor of education.  Row 2: Holly Dee Spikol, Moorestown, N.J., State St. Elementary; Nicole D’Auria, West Chester, Chester St. Elementary; Jessica Kerrigan, Bronx, N.Y., Chester St. Elementary; Samantha Kishbach, Wilkes-Barre, Dodson Elementary; Kelcey Landis, Hazleton, Valley Elementary; Christina Davis, Lititz, GAR; Kevin Barry, Trucksville, Dana St. Elementary; Michael Potoeski, Hunlock Creek, Wycallis Elementary; Katelyn Kovaleski, Avoca, Pittston Area; Richard Schofield, Hanover, State St. Elementary; and Kevin Pryor, Wilkes-Barre, Meyers.   Row 3: Adam Kita, Mountain Top, Wyoming Valley West; Keith Hampton, Kingston, Valley West Middle School; Robert Moulton, Mountain Top, Wyoming Valley West Middle School; Christopher Longo, Clarks Summit, West Scranton High School; Matthew Malak, Wilkes-Barre, Plains-Solomon Elementary; and Tyler Ewell, Hamilton, N.J., Heights-Murray Elementary.

King’s College education majors student teaching in local elementary and high schools are, seated from left, row 1: Pamela Shaver, Dallas, Hazleton Area; Nicole Labenski, Nanticoke, Plains-Solomon Elementary; Francesca Klinger, Nanticoke, State St. Elementary; Yessica Robles, Wilkes-Barre, Kistler Elementary; Nicole Rogers, Moscow, Mid Valley Elementary Center; Lauren Suchecki, Old Forge, Riverside Elementary West; Renee Voith, Baltimore, Md., Plains-Solomon Elementary; Rev. Jack Ryan, C.S.C., president, King’s College; Jeffrey Hanadel, Swoyersville, Schuyler Ave. Elementary; Kayla Strach, West Wyoming, State St. Elementary; Amanda Carey, Exeter, Pittston Area Intermediate Center; Ashley Raspa, South Brunswick, N.J., Plains-Solomon Elementary; Elizabeth Redington, Dallas, Dallas Middle School; Lily Basu, Shavertown, Wilkes-Barre Academy; and Kimberly Zamonas, Hazleton, Valley Elementary.

Standing, row 1: Dr. Denise Reboli, chairperson of the education department; Lisa Anne Priest, Edgewater Park, N.J., State St. Elementary; Alecia Rella, Caldwell, N.J., Fairview Elementary; Brittany Ann Driscoll, Pittston, Pittston Area; Natalia Chinikaylo, Swoyersville, Dana St. Elementary; Aaron Keich, Tunkhannock, Tunkhannock; Faith Brown, Perkasie, Plains-Solomon Elementary; Olivia Walakovits, Whitehall, Coughlin; Ashley Varga, Nutley, N.J., Dodson Elementary; Sara Molitoris, Kingston, Wyoming Seminary; Sara Potteiger, Denver, Coughlin; Kathleen Frankenfield, Sellersville, Chester St. Elementary; Joel Rojas, Brooklyn, New York, Coughlin; and, Bob Richards, assistant professor of education.

Row 2: Holly Dee Spikol, Moorestown, N.J., State St. Elementary; Nicole D’Auria, West Chester, Chester St. Elementary; Jessica Kerrigan, Bronx, N.Y., Chester St. Elementary; Samantha Kishbach, Wilkes-Barre, Dodson Elementary; Kelcey Landis, Hazleton, Valley Elementary; Christina Davis, Lititz, GAR; Kevin Barry, Trucksville, Dana St. Elementary; Michael Potoeski, Hunlock Creek, Wycallis Elementary; Katelyn Kovaleski, Avoca, Pittston Area; Richard Schofield, Hanover, State St. Elementary; and Kevin Pryor, Wilkes-Barre, Meyers.

Row 3: Adam Kita, Mountain Top, Wyoming Valley West; Keith Hampton, Kingston, Valley West Middle School; Robert Moulton, Mountain Top, Wyoming Valley West Middle School; Christopher Longo, Clarks Summit, West Scranton High School; Matthew Malak, Wilkes-Barre, Plains-Solomon Elementary; and Tyler Ewell, Hamilton, N.J., Heights-Murray Elementary.

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