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Practicum Banquet Honors Early Childhood Students, Supervisors

Early childhood education students who participated in practicum semesters, with early childhood faculty Food line Early childhood education majors who are completing their practicum semesters in community schools and agencies, along with their supervising teachers, were honored with a “Practicum Banquet” in the Professional Development Center on April 16. The dinner was held to honor the students, who graduated in December or will be graduating this semester, and to express appreciation to the teachers who have supervised their experiences at area Head Starts, local child-care centers and a public school. Three of the practicum-supervising teachers are Penn College graduates.

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