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Wilkes University students partner with elementary school

February 20. 2013 3:22AM
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The Professional Development School between Wilkes University and Heights-Murray Elementary School, Wilkes-Barre Area School District, recently started their third year together. There are 24 Wilkes University students for the 2012 fall semester. They will have a collaborative partnership with Heights-Murray teachers to infuse the unique expertise and resources of both institutions for the students at Heights-Murray. Participants, from left, first row: Hal Gabriel, principal, Heights-Murray; Caroline Maurer, associate dean of education, Wilkes; and Robert Makaravage, assistant principal, Heights-Murray. Second row: Judith A. Gardner, professor of education, Wilkes; Sarah Plaviak, Jill Grasso, Joshua Olzinski, Abigail Kaster and Brittaney Costigan, students, Wilkes; and Helen M. Semanski, teacher, Heights-Murray.

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