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    University Student Teachers Begin at Area Schools

    Nineteen University of Scranton education majors are serving as student teachers during the spring semester at eight different local schools. First row, from the left are: Cyan Scarduzio, Emily Carr, Emilie Tronoski and Devan Pecoraro. Second row, from the left are: Kaitlin Fivek, Jennifer Gold and Briana Cieszko. Third row, from the left are: Elizabeth Tolley, Erika Maxson, Amanda Iacono and Matthew Criscione. Fourth row, from the left are: Nate Goberdon, Thomas Doyle, Brian O’Connor and Richard Hembury. Absent from photo are: Courtney Boag, Caitlin Nicosia, Emma Percival and Rebecca Silverman.
    February 12, 2019

    Nineteen University of Scranton education majors are serving as student teachers during the spring semester at eight local schools in the following seven school districts: Northeastern Educational Intermediate Unit, Mid Valley, Forest City Regional, North Pocono, Bear Creek Charter, Valley View and Dunmore

    The following is a list of undergraduate and graduate students who are serving as student teachers and the schools to which they have been assigned during the spring semester.

    Courtney Boag of Basking Ridge, New Jersey, will student teach at Dunmore Learning Center;

    Emily Carr of Elmhurst Township will student teach at Mid Valley Secondary Center;

    Briana Cieszko of Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, will student teach at Forest City Regional Elementary;

    Matthew Criscione of Elmwood Park, New Jersey, will student teach at North Pocono Middle School;

    Thomas Doyle of Florham Park, New Jersey, will student teach at Mid Valley Secondary Center;

    Kaitlin Fivek of Newtown will student teach at Bear Creek Community Charter School;

    Nate Goberdon of Scranton will student teach at Forest City Regional Elementary;

    Jennifer Gold of Somers, New York, will student teach at Bear Creek Community Charter School;

    Richard Hembury of Rocky Point, New York, will student teach at Mid Valley Secondary Center;

    Amanda Iacono of East Stroudsburg will student teach at Valley View Middle School;

    Erika Maxson of Greentown will student teach at Valley View Middle School;

    Caitlin Nicosia of Breezy Point, New York, will student teach at Dunmore Elementary;

    Brian O’Connor of Great Bend will student teach at Mid Valley Secondary Center;

    Devan Pecoraro of Clinton, New Jersey, will student teach at Mid Valley Secondary Center;

    Emma Percival of Granby, Connecticut, will student teach at Dunmore Elementary;

    Cyan Scarduzio of Ossining, New York, will student teach at Valley View Intermediate;

    Rebecca Silverman of Westbury, New York, will student teach at Dunmore Learning Center;

    Elizabeth Tolley of Brookside, New Jersey, will student teach at North Pocono Middle School;

    Emilie Tronoski of Morgantown will student teach at Valley View Middle School.

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