Keystone College education majors serve as student teachers in regional schools
La Plume – Eight Keystone College education majors are serving as students teachers during the spring semester in regional school districts.
Prior to beginning student teaching, the students attended a week-long seminar to help them prepare for the experience. The seminar, which was coached by top education professionals, including teachers and principals from local districts, covered teaching techniques, educational technology, and teacher assessment.
Students, their hometowns, and the school districts to which they have been assigned are:
Kristyn Murray, Tunkhannock, Lakeland School District and Tunkhannock School District; Ashley Constable, East Bangor, Scranton School District and Abington Heights School District; Jessica Galeno, Scranton, Dunmore School District; Megyn Stevens, Springville, Lackawanna Trail School District and Tunkhannock School District; Taylor Rickard, Honesdale, Wayne Highlands School District; Meghan Honeyford Pitts, Montrose, Susquehanna School District and Elk Lake School District; Ashlinn Simpson, Scranton, Valley View School District and Mid Valley School District; and Keely Kettel, Dalton, North Pocono School District.
Photo Caption: Keystone College education majors student teaching during the spring semester include, from left: Kristyn Murray, Ashley Constable, Jessica Galeno, Megyn Stevens, Taylor Rickard, Meghan Honeyford Pitts, Ashlinn Simpson, and Keely Kettel.