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Fifteen Keystone College education majors will serve as student teachers during the fall semester in school districts.

Students and the school districts to which they have been assigned are: Stephanie Archer, Moscow, Abington Heights School District; Kaylee Cummings, South Abington Township, Abington Heights School District; Karen DePietro, Dalton, Luzerne County Head Start and Tunkhannock School District; Sara Dunay, Tunkhannock, Tunkhannock School District and Scranton School District; Amy Dunfee, Laceyville, Wyalusing School District; James Marsh, Clarks Summit, Mountain View School District and Abington Heights School District; Mackenzie McGinnis, Beach Lake, Wayne Highlands School District; Joseph Moss, Scranton, Forest City School District and Scranton School District; Fallon Murdock, New Albany, Sullivan County School District; Victoria Nichols, Jim Thorpe, Jim Thorpe School District and Pocono Mountain School District; Melissa Pollock, Sayre, Athens Area School District; Kyle Robbins, Clarks Summit, Carbondale Area School District and Valley View School District; Miranda Nyzio Ruddy, Clarks Summit, Dunmore School District and Abington Heights School District; Corey Shevchik, Throop, Lakeland School District; and Brian Toda, Olyphant, Jefferson School District, Louisville, Ky.

Photo Caption: Keystone College education majors students teaching during the fall semester include, seated from left: Sara Dunay, Melissa Pollock, Stephanie Archer, Miranda Nyzio Ruddy and Victoria Nichols. Standing, from left are: Fallon Murdock, Joseph Moss, Corey Shevchik, Kyle Robbins, Karen DePietro, Mackenzie McGinnis, James Marsh. Absent from photo are: Kaylee Cummings, Amy Dunfee and Brian Toda.