In Ruston, Louisiana, students arrived at school prepared to celebrate someone who has become very special to them - their teacher, Miss Hannah Moore. Hannah began a full year clinical residency last spring and began co-teaching at Cedar Creek in August. In Cedar Creek's first year as a TEAM Model school, Hannah was welcomed by her mentor, Mrs. Jill Myers, and began co-teaching immediately. We are so proud of Hannah and her accomplishments and wish her much success. Now, that's one amazing way to send off a new teacher into her profession. Congratulations!
Shown L-R: Clinical Resident, Sarah Katz, with 4th place, Millie Venters, 2nd Place, Anna Mari Farrar, and Sponsor, Mary Ann Hill.
It's hard to believe they began co-teaching at Cedar Creek almost 7 months ago. Does time fly when you are having so much fun? Cedar Creek School's first clinical residents L-R: Daniel Thompson, Sarah Katz, Hannah Moore, and Jacob Angevine. With 75 National Merit award winning students in the last decade, it was an easy decision to partner with these exceptional mentors at one of Louisiana's first private school partners.
Mrs. Jill Myers's class ready to celebrate Hannah's last day of clinical residency today! What a wonderful send off!
Meanwhile, down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, CC's Clinical Resident, Sarah Katz, arrived as an assistant or co-sponsor for the state social studies fair. She was honored to serve as an elementary judge today at the Louisiana state fair, but her real work began months prior as she prepared her own middle school students to determine a topic to study and prepare a research paper. She has worked alongside her mentor, Mr. Shannon Brown, co-teaching daily trying new teaching strategies at the middle school level.
These two residents along with Daniel Thompson and Jacob Angevine have been a welcome addition to Cedar Creek's campus. In fact, most students probably don't realize they are completing their final college coursework this year. We applaud the faculty, staff, and families for welcoming these residents with open arms and treating them as one of their own. We are glad to say you are part of our TEAM!
The Clinical Residency Center at Louisiana Tech University is devoted to helping teacher candidates become proficient teachers. Located in Woodard Hall 214, the CRC is a place for teacher candidates to find the best resources Louisiana Tech has to offer.
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