University of Scranton education majors student teach at area schools


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Eighteen University of Scranton education majors will serve as student teachers during the spring semester at 14 schools in nine school districts. From left, first row, Samantha Blair, Colette Monod, Meghan Locker, Alice Rajlai and Matthew Stokesbury. Second row, Elizabeth Chapman, Taylor Wisniewski, Catherine DiPlacido and Allison Fanelli. Third row, Sarah Mueller, Jennifer Wisnewski, Kimberly Wall and Amanda Sweeney. Fourth row, Julius Mannix, Kevin Williams, Megan Tierney and Patricia Cardoso. Absent from photo is Kaitlyn Maloney.


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SCRANTON — Four University of Scranton education majors are serving as student teachers during the spring semester at three local schools in two districts, Abington Heights and Lackawanna Trail. They are among 18 University of Scranton education majors serving as student teachers this spring semester at 14 schools in nine districts.

Patricia Cardoso, of Mount Pocono will teach at Lackawanna Trail Junior-Senior High School.

Julius Mannix, of El Paso, Texas, will teach at Lackawanna Trail Elementary Center.

Matthew Stokesbury, of Haworth, New Jersey, will teach at Lackawanna Trail Junior-Senior High.

Taylor Wisniewski, of Southampton, will teach at Abington Heights Middle School.

Eighteen University of Scranton education majors will serve as student teachers during the spring semester at 14 schools in nine school districts. From left, first row, Samantha Blair, Colette Monod, Meghan Locker, Alice Rajlai and Matthew Stokesbury. Second row, Elizabeth Chapman, Taylor Wisniewski, Catherine DiPlacido and Allison Fanelli. Third row, Sarah Mueller, Jennifer Wisnewski, Kimberly Wall and Amanda Sweeney. Fourth row, Julius Mannix, Kevin Williams, Megan Tierney and Patricia Cardoso. Absent from photo is Kaitlyn Maloney.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_ABJ-Student-Teachers.jpgEighteen University of Scranton education majors will serve as student teachers during the spring semester at 14 schools in nine school districts. From left, first row, Samantha Blair, Colette Monod, Meghan Locker, Alice Rajlai and Matthew Stokesbury. Second row, Elizabeth Chapman, Taylor Wisniewski, Catherine DiPlacido and Allison Fanelli. Third row, Sarah Mueller, Jennifer Wisnewski, Kimberly Wall and Amanda Sweeney. Fourth row, Julius Mannix, Kevin Williams, Megan Tierney and Patricia Cardoso. Absent from photo is Kaitlyn Maloney. Submitted photo

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