Further information: Contact Joseph Giomboni
Public Relations Office, (570) 208-5957
September 11, 2017- Eight King’s College students have begun a 16-week student teaching experience at area elementary, middle and senior high schools. The supervised teaching experience is necessary to fulfill King’s degree requirements and to obtain a Pennsylvania Teacher Certificate.
In addition to providing programs leading to an initial license, King's Education Department offers master’s degree programs in Curriculum and Instruction, Special Education, and Reading. The College’s Post Baccalaureate program is available for persons possessing a bachelor’s degree who wish to become certified teachers and includes certificates in elementary, secondary, special education and languages. For more information about King’s Education Department graduate programs, call (570) 208-5983 or visit www.kings.edu/academics/graduate_majors.
King’s College education majors student teaching in local elementary and high schools are, Seated from left: Kasey Buell, Bear Creek Charter; Shannon Manetti, Valley View Intermediate; Brittany Snell, Hanover Memorial Elementary; Geena DiMattia, Old Forge Elementary; and Chris McGavin, GNA Middle School. Standing: Dr. Sunny Weiland, Student Teacher Supervisor; Brother Stephen LaMendola, C.S. C., Director of Student Teaching, Nicole Sott, Lake-Noxen Elementary; Alexis Brown, Lake-Lehman HS; Charles Schillinger, GNA High School; Dr. Denise Reboli, Chairperson, Education Dept.; and Dr. Nicholas Holodick, Student Teacher Supervisor.