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Five senior interns at Mechanicsville Elementary School in Carroll County recognized different needs of their students and acted upon those needs. Two teams of interns created a “Lunch Bunch” for their students to provide students extra practice during their lunch time once a week. ...Click here to read more.

“Perception Verses Reality” was the theme for the Multicultural Night held at Mechanicsville Elementary School on February 4, 2016. Five senior interns worked with the Multicultural Committee to provide a fun-filled night that allowed students and parents to learn more about historical figures and how our perception of these figures may not always be the reality....Click here to read more.

After two snow storms and numerous days off from school, Stevenson University interns were finally able to celebrate the 100th day of school with the students and staff at Perry Hall Elementary School....Click here to read more.

Submitted by Kathy Milligan, SU IHE Liasion

Children called out “It was amazing!” and "This is so much fun!" and "I can't wait to come back next week!"

Catherine Robinson, Lauren Speiser, Kayla Neyer,  Marissa Cote, and Faith Logan
 
These excited claims of children echoed around the media center at Carrolltowne Elementary as Stevenson University Interns, Marissa Cote, Catherine Robinson, Kayla Neyer, Faith Logan and Lauren Speiser, introduced kindergarten through grade 5 students to an after school Crazy 8’s Math Club. Over an eight week period, students interacted in hands-on activities including the Bouncy Dice Explosion, Glow in the Dark Geometry, and Toilet Paper Olympics....Click here to read more.

Written by Dr. Marsha Roach, IHE Liason

This year, five Stevenson University interns have joined the Perry Hall Elementary School staff. According to Caitlyn Saffer (2015) “The best thing about interning at Perry Hall is being with a great staff. Everyone is so inviting and ready to help.” Alyssa Pavignano (2015) added, “The long hours and hard work it takes brainstorming lesson plans and putting them in place is well worth it in the end because I know I am going to make a difference in the lives of my students. This is my ‘purpose driven life.”...Click here to read more.

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