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April 16, 1999

UW-RF Education Students Practice Teaching Skills

More than 125 UW-River Falls education students are practicing their teaching skills this fall in 37 cooperating Wisconsin and Minnesota school districts and preschools as student teachers and interns.

Experienced teachers from the cooperating schools supervise the student teachers and interns. Students are also visited and supervised by UW-RF faculty.

Student teachers receive University credit for their work, which usually continues for one academic sem Senior High schools.

Kristin Berry, student teaching grade 3 at Westside Elemenatry School in River Falls.

Paul Cudd, interning physical education at Malone Elementary School in Prescott.

Stacy Einum, interning physical education at River Falls Senior High School and at Rocky Branch Elementary from March 29-June 3.

Zachary Floyd, interning grade 5 at Clayton Elementary School.

Stephanie Fredenberg, student teaching grade 4 at Greenwood Elementary School in River Falls.

Sherilyn Frisque, student teaching grade 5 at Hudson Elementary School.

Samantha Graham, student teaching communicative disorders at Lily Lake Elementary School in Stillwater, Minn., from Jan. 25-March 26.

Nina Harmes, student teaching science at River Falls Middle and River Falls Sr. High schools.

Jamison Holum, interning science at St. Bridget's School in River Falls.

Angela Kahler, interning art at Chetek Middle School.

Michael Leary, student teaching social studies at Prescott Middle and Senior High schools.

Megan Purfeerst, student teaching language arts/reading at Cumberland Middle School from Feb. 17 to April 23.

Delores Sorenson, student teaching grade 1 and 2 at Malone Elementary School in Prescott.

Patricia Tulip, interning math at Prescott Senior High School.

Lisa Wilhelm, student teaching grades 2 and 3 at St. Croix Central Elementary School.

Mark Wirtz, student teaching social studies at Prescott Middle School.

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