Tabor Ed Dept. sending out 21 student teachers this year

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Twenty-one Tabor College student teachers will be gaining experience in the field of education in area classrooms during the 2000-2001 school year.



In order to meet graduation requirements, student teachers are placed in classrooms under the supervision of certified cooperative teachers.



During the semester the student will assist and observe the cooperative teacher and eventually prepare lesson plans and teach the class.



The Tabor College Teacher Education program is one of the most respected programs in the area and continues to be the most popular major among Tabor students.



This year’s student teachers, their home towns and teaching assignments are as follows:



Fall 2000



Allison Basinger, Tulsa, Okla., at Hillsboro Middle School and Newton Senior High School, sixth- and seventh-grade language arts/communications.



Roxi Klein, Hillsboro, at Hesston Middle School and Hillsboro High School, eighth-grade language arts/ English.



Diane Mays, Enid, Okla., at Marion Middle School and Kremlin High School, English.



Carolyn Moore, Marion, at Marion High School and Canton-Galva High School, English.



Jenae Rademacher, Thornton, Colo., Hillsboro Elementary School and Galva Middle School, third grade and seventh- and eighth-grade social studies.



Julie Richardson, McPherson, at Roosevelt Elementary School and early childhood in McPherson, fourth- and fifth-grade and early childhood special education.



Lori Soo Hoo, Concordia, at Northridge Elementary School (Newton) and Roosevelt Elementary School (McPherson), first grade and interrelated special education.



Dawn Unruh, Meade, at Hillsboro Elementary School and Hillsboro Middle School, eighth-grade language arts.



Spring 2001



Laurie Fast, Sao Paulo, Brazil, at Pan American Academy (Brazil) and Canton Elementary School, first and sixth grade.



Jared Hartter, Sabetha, at Mead Middle School (Wichita), middle-level social studies (her second placement has not been made).



Beth Krebs, Hillsboro, at Marion Elementary School and Hillsboro Elementary School, kindergarten and fifth grade.



Amy Lautt, Harvey, N.D., at Roosevelt Elementary School (McPherson) and Central Christian Elementary School (Wichita), kindergarten/first grade and sixth grade.



Susan Martin, Manhattan, at Marion Elementary School and Hillsboro Middle School, fourth and sixth grade.



Michelle Overmiller, Smith Center, at Hillsboro Elementary School and Smith Center Elementary School, kindergarten and sixth grade.



Cliff Schenk, Smith Center, Hillsboro Middle School and Smith Center Elementary School, eighth grade and third grade.



Christy Wehrman, Derby, at Tanglewood Elementary School (Derby) and Marion Elementary School, kindergarten and fifth grade.



An additional five student teachers are waiting to receive spring placements.

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