Student teachers saying goodbye

Teachers always need help in the classroom during the school year. Student teachers are there to help, but also learn to teach students.  Also, the student teachers need these teaching hours, so they can graduate from the educational program.  Students appreciated all that the student teachers did for them.  ” It is always nice to be able to mentor a beginning teach and see them improve as the semester goes on,” newspaper and English teacher Wanda Pletcher said.

“I think it was a learning experience that can not be explained until I participated in.  It helped me realize what I love about teaching, and why I want to pursue this career,” student teacher Ari Simner said.  Many teachers felt the connection between them and their student teacher.  It was a worth wild experience for everyone that had a student teacher.

These student teachers come to this school to have a teaching career that they will never forget.  These are pictures of these student teachers in action.

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Good Year! Brandon McGraw is teaching his fourth period class on the history of pop culture. He was the student teacher of Robyn Dixon. Photo by Jacob Hord
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Saying Goodbye! Brandon McGraw is talking to s student about the lesson that he is teaching. He was teaching civics and history of pop culture. Photo by Jacob Hord
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Go Mr. Horton! Josh Horton is teaching is fourth period drama class about certain topics for their upcoming test. He was the student teacher for Jonathan Klingeman. Photo by Jacob Hord
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Go Miss Simner! Simner is working on her assignment to complete her degree. She was the student teacher of Wanda Pletcher who is na English teacher. Photo by Jacob Hord
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Brings tears!!! Josh Horton is teaching his fourth period drama class. He also was teaching English with Mr. Klingeman. Horton also helped with the drama club this year. Photo by Jacob Hord
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Working Hard! Ari Simner is checking attendance for Mrs. Pletcher’s fourth period class. All of the student teachers are leaving on April 25. Mrs. Simner worked with so many children that she will never forget. Photo by Jacob Hord