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Bethel Announces its Fall 2011 Student Teachers

8/15/2011
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Bethel University is proud to announce its 23 fall 2011 student teachers. Those student teachers working toward the completion of a bachelor’s degree include: Kayla Argo, (child learning and development) from Paris; Jennifer Arnold, (history) from Gleason; Lindsay Bowman, (child learning and development) from McKenzie; Justin Curtis, (math) from Trezevant; Toby Dressel, (biology) from McKenzie; Felicia Hindman, (child learning and development and exceptional learning and development) from Yuma; Robert Jones, (history) from Gleason; Josh Kelly (child learning and development) from McKenzie; Tina Rich (child learning and development) from Savannah; Ashley Roark (music) from Henning: Katie Shapcott (child learning and development) from McKenzie; Jennifer Townson (history) from Dyersburg; Christopher Williams (history) of McKenzie; Cassidy Wilson (English) of McKenzie; and Angela Wood (exceptional learning and development) of Darden. Those student teachers working toward the completion of a master’s degree include: Will Cripps (biology) of Hermitage; Leah Hensley (child learning and development) of Camden; Brittany Edmonds (child learning and development) of Benton, Ky.; Dawn Robertson (exceptional learning and development) of South Fulton; April Petreman (child learning and development) of Camden; Karen McCaleb (English) of McKenzie; Christie Somerville (exceptional learning and development) of Paris; and Katherine Harris (history) of McKenzie.