Enid High School students visit Northwestern-Alva for 'Teach Oklahoma'


April 23, 2021

Students from Enid High School visited Northwestern recently to learn more about the teacher education program. From left: (front row) Samara Koehn, Abigayle Counce; (second row) Jasmine Crase, Kaitlyn Chermack, Kailey Heidloff, Breianna Bolenbaugh, Cheyenne Gill, chair to the Division of Education Dr. Christee Jenlink; (third row) Jerry Felber, Jalyn Ring, Hannah Burnett, Lucero Delgadillo, Kirsten Davis, Laney Williams, Northwestern education student Mikayla Edris, Professor of Education Dr. Martie Young; (back row) Northwestern education students Canon Arnold, Juan Licea, Lashon Chew, sponsor Dusty Hugaboom, Associate Professor of Education Dr. Steven Mackie, and Associate Vice President for Academics Dr. James Bell.

Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Alva played host to 13 Enid High School students recently for the high school's "Teach Oklahoma" course.

Teach Oklahoma was designed to mentor high school students about teaching and provide fundamental knowledge about the teaching profession in Oklahoma. The course is supported through the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

The students were welcomed by Dr. James Bell, associate vice president for academics and dean of faculty, and participated in a game in which they learned about Northwestern, university life, and the Northwestern teacher pre...

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