WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - Lycoming College announces its spring class of student teachers. The following students, pictured from left and listed with their placements, have begun their professional semester through the College'sÂ education program.
Top photo, front row: Olivia Gardner at Williamsport Area High School and Cochran Elementary, Ashley Newcomb at South Williamsport Jr./Sr. High School, Nicole Crowe at Myers Elementary, Kristin Tate at Hughesville High School, Trisha Duncan at Williamsport Area High School, Kaycee Kilpatrick at Montoursville Area High School, and Lydia Peifer at South Williamsport Jr./Sr. High School. Back row: Chelsey Lindaberry at Hepburn-Lycoming Elementary and Jersey Shore Area High School, Kimberly Fox at Williamsport Area High School, Jessica Lehman at Hughesville High School, Ryan Smith at Montoursville Area High School, Wesley Strayer at Montoursville Area High School and Curtin Middle School, Robert Van Sciver at Jersey Shore Elementary and Round Hills Elementary, Krystalynn Anderson at Myers Elementary and Lycoming Valley Middle School, Alexis Moser at Hughesville High School and Cochran Elementary, and Melvin Wentzel, supervisor of secondary student teachers.
Bottom photo, front row: Lynnette Sepulveda at Schick Elementary, Jennifer Harbora at Rommelt Elementary, Meagan Mills at Sheridan Elementary, Julie Martinez at Farrell Elementary, Jenna Miller at Hepburn-Lycoming Elementary and Williamsport Area High School, Lindsey Hunsicker at Sheridan Elementary and Curtin Middle School, Kelcie Werner at Lyter Elementary, and Katie Welsh at Salladasburg Elementary. Back row: Christine Dennis at Sheridan Elementary, Katherine Allen at Loyalsock Middle School, Matt Jeffrey at Round Hills Elementary, Andrew Wagner at Schick Elementary, Leeann Randall at Hepburn-Lycoming Elementary and Round Hills Elementary, Shannon Cooke at Farrell Elementary, Jussae Hanford at Lycoming Valley Middle School, and Marlene Cauley, supervisor of elementary and special education student teachers.
First offered in 1955, the education program remains one of Lycoming's most popular courses of study. Lycoming provides its future teachers the breadth and depth of a strong liberal arts education. Students choose an academic major and, with the help of their advisors, follow a carefully planned sequence of professional education courses, enriched by extensive field experiences in nearby schools.
Lycoming College is a four-year, residential liberal arts and sciences school dedicated to the undergraduate education of 1,400 students. Located near the banks of the Susquehanna River in Williamsport, Pa., the College fosters academic rigor, a supportive faculty and successful outcomes. It offers 36 academic majors and is recognized as a Tier 1 educational institution by U.S. News & World Report. Founded in 1812, Lycoming is one of the 50 oldest colleges in the nation.Â