WWU Education Majors Student Teaching in Mid-Missouri

Eighteen William Woods University students are taking their specialties out in the field this semester by student teaching in mid-Missouri.

 


Shannon Barnard of Jefferson City, Mo., is at Clarence Lawson Elementary School in Jefferson City.

 

Whitney Davis of Fulton, Mo., is at McIntire Elementary School in Fulton.

 

Adam Dresden of Granite City, Ill., is at Fulton High School, Bartley Elementary School and Bush Elementary School all in Fulton, Mo.

 

Jennifer Hewitt of Nichols, Wis., is at McIntire Elementary School in Fulton, Mo.

 

Donna Hoek of Centralia, Mo., is at Sturgeon Middle School in Sturgeon, Mo.

 

LeAnn Knaebel of Jefferson City, Mo., is at Auxvasse Elementary School in Auxvasse, Mo.

 

Katina Layos of New Tripoli, Pa., is at McIntire Elementary School in Fulton, Mo.

 

Kathryn Malone of Rolla, Mo., is at Shepard Boulevard Elementary School in Columbia, Mo.

 

Christina McCaw of Mexico, Mo., is at Mexico Middle School in Mexico, Mo.

 

Craig Moffett of Strasburg, Ill., is at Fulton High School in Fulton, Mo.

 

Shawn Newbauer of Worth, Ill., is at North Callaway High School in Kingdom City, Mo.

 

Andrew Nickless of Festus, Mo., is at Mexico High School in Mexico, Mo.

 

Sean Rost of Jefferson City, Mo., is at Blair Oaks High School in Jefferson City, Mo.

 

Carrie Schrock of Garden City, Mo. is at McIntire Elementary School in Fulton, Mo.

 

Katrina Schubert of Jefferson City, Mo., is at Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Jefferson City.

 

Caitlin Steiner of New Bloomfield, Mo., is at Auxvasse Elementary School in Auxvasse, Mo.

 

Kelly Trustee of Huntsville, Mo., is at Fulton High School, Bartley Elementary School and Bush Elementary School, all in Fulton, Mo.

 

Bridget Ward of Pewaukee, Wis., is at Bartley Elementary School in Fulton, Mo.

 

William Woods University has been preparing teachers for most of its 139- year history. WWU offers majors leading to teacher certification in elementary education, middle school education and special education.

 

Students wishing to teach at the secondary level take certification courses in education and major in art, biology, English, mathematics, physical education, social science, speech and theatre. An early childhood education endorsement is available for those wishing to work in preschools.

 

Graduate programs offered by William Woods include a master of education (M. Ed.) in administration, curriculum/instruction or athletics/activities administration and a specialist of education (Ed. S.) in school administration or curriculum leadership.

 

There are currently 1, 053 enrolled in the master of education programs, 207 in the specialist of education program and 44 pursuing additional certification at the graduate level throughout the state.