Students receive teaching assignments


First Posted: 1/29/2012

Misericordia University teacher education majors recently received their student teaching classroom assignments for the spring semester during an orientation program in the Catherine Evans McGowan Room of the Mary Kintz Bevevino Library.
Thirty-two Misericordia University student teachers participated in the program which prepares the undergraduates for classroom observation and instruction in several regional school districts, including the Diocese of Scranton.
The Teacher Education Department at Misericordia University requires student teachers to observe student instruction for 14 weeks in two different classrooms as part of their educational and professional experience. Students spend the school day in their assigned classrooms at first observing and then gradually teaching classes.
The following students received their classroom assignments: Megan Anderson, of Fair Lawn, N.J., is student teaching at Wyoming Area and Pittston Area school districts; Krista Artim, of West Wyoming, has been assigned to the Wyoming Area School District; Stephanie Bellino, of Kingston, is a student teacher at the Pittston Area School District; Katherine Blanchard, of Shavertown, has been assigned to the Lake Lehman School District; Kelly Booth, of Red Bank, N.J., is student teaching at the Dallas School District; Charles Chairge, of Exeter, has been assigned to the Wyoming Area School District.
Also, Tamara Chesneak, of Duryea, is a student teacher at the Pittston Area School District; Megan Conklin,of Bloomingdale, N.J., has been assigned to the Tunkhannock School District; Sarah Dempsey, of Clarks Green and Luzerne, is student teaching at the Scranton Area School District;
Nicole Flaherty, of Hanover Township, has been assigned to the Wyoming Valley West School District and Diocese of Scranton; Caitlin Hails, of Lopez, is student teaching at Sullivan County and Tunkhannock school districts; Laura Kingston, of Tunkhannock, is a student teacher at the Tunkhannock and Lake Lehman school districts; Marisa Lagana, of Lattimer, has been assigned to the Hazleton Area School District.
Also, Michael Martin, of Philadelphia, is a student teacher at Lake Lehman and Dallas school districts; Aubre Mayorowski, of Old Forge, is student teaching at Riverside School District and the Diocese of Scranton; Marisa Miller, of Matthews, has been assigned to the Scranton School District; Kristina Naylon, of Sugarloaf, is a student teacher at Mahanoy and Berwick area school districts; Denise Nerozzi, of Dallas, has been assigned to Lake-Lehman and Wyoming Area school districts.
Also, Krystle Novak, of Olyphant, is student teaching at the Wilkes-Barre Area School District; Alisha Nudo, of Tunkhannock, has been assigned to Tunkhannock and New Story School; Kelley J. Parkison, of Factoryville, is student teaching at Tunkhannock and Elk Lake; Marissa Patton, of Monroe Township, is a student teacher at Tunkhannock and Lake-Lehman; Amanda Pernot, of Dupont, is at Old Forge and Dallas.
Also, Shelena Piland, of Bloomsburg, has been assigned to the Hazleton Area School District; Laura Rinehimer, of Hanover Township, is at Hanover Area; Erin Rother, of Forty Fort, is a student teacher at Lake Lehman and Wyoming Area; Eric Schollmeyer, of Salt Point, N.Y., is student teaching at Lake Lehman and Tunkhannock; Suzanne Sikora, of Sweet Valley, is at Lake Lehman and Wyoming Valley West; Richard Sypniewski, of Hanover Township, has been assigned to Hanover Area; Courtney Thomas, of Dallas, is at New Story School and Dallas; Lauren Verret, of Walnutport, is student teaching at Dallas; and Christina Kelljcheain, of Kunkletown, is at the Wilkes-Barre Area School District.

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