WVU Parkersburg announces spring 2018 student teachers

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West Virginia University at Parkersburg’s Education Division is pleased to announce its spring 2018 student teachers:

  • Robyn Alt
  • Rachel Baker
  • Sara Burton
  • Jesslyn Dunsmore
  • Kelly Hall
  • Cristy Hanlon
  • Jesse Husk
  • Haley Marshall
  • Cara McIntyre
  • Amber Murphy
  • Sara Schoolcraft
  • Jessica Spears
  • Emily Thomas

“These students have each made their mark and challenged our faculty to explore new ideas leading to improved instruction on campus,” said Dr. David Lancaster, Education Division chair. “It has been my pleasure to work with this remarkable group of student teachers. We’ll miss them as they leave to achieve their dreams of becoming a teacher.”

To learn more about the elementary education program at WVU Parkersburg, visit www.wvup.edu/education.

 

From left: Rachel Baker, Hardy County Schools, Robyn Alt, Grant County Schools, and  Jesslyn Dunsmore, Hardy County Schools

From left: Rachel Baker, Hardy County Schools, Robyn Alt, Grant County Schools, and
Jesslyn Dunsmore, Hardy County Schools

Kelly Hall, Roane County Schools

Kelly Hall, Roane County Schools

Sara Burton, Wirt County Schools

Sara Burton, Wirt County Schools

From left: Sara Schoolcraft and Jessica Spears, Jackson County Schools

From left: Sara Schoolcraft and Jessica Spears, Jackson County Schools

From left: Amber Murphy, Jesse Husk, Emily Thomas, Haley Marshall, Cristy Hanlon and Cara McIntyre, Wood County Schools

From left: Amber Murphy, Jesse Husk, Emily Thomas, Haley Marshall, Cristy Hanlon and Cara McIntyre, Wood County Schools

 

 

 

 

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