NWFSC honors teacher education graduates

Staff Writer
The Destin Log
Students recognized were (front, from left) Andrea Andrews, Norma Urban, Elise Jenkins, Cassandra Richardson, (second) Amber Cherry, Cassandra Seagle, Kayla Cheung, Melody Mathews, (third) Susie McDaniel, Farrah Floyd, Mallory Joseph, and (top) Thomas Brassell and Kyle Reed. Not pictured is Jenny Heable.

On May 7, Northwest Florida State College recognized students who successfully completed the college's program for a bachelor's degree in Teacher Education during the Spring 2015 academic semester.

Kayla Cheung of Destin was presented the Excellence in Teacher Education Award. Three graduates were recognized as Teacher Education Honor Students: Amber Cherry of Fort Walton Beach, Farrah Floyd of Niceville, and Elise Jenkins of Crestview. These four students also served as the student speakers at the pinning ceremony. 

Teacher Education graduates earning a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education are Andrea Andrews (DeFuniak Springs), Amber Cherry (Fort Walton Beach), Kayla Cheung (Destin), Farrah Floyd (Niceville), Jenny Heable (Santa Rosa Beach), Elise Jenkins (Crestview), Mallory Joseph (Fort Walton Beach), Melody Mathews (Destin), Susie McDaniel (DeFuniak Springs), Cassandra Richardson (Crestview), Cassandra Seagle (Fort Walton Beach), and Norma Urban (Niceville).

Graduates earning a Bachelor of Science in Middle Grades Mathematics are Thomas Brassell (Fort Walton Beach) and Kyle Reed (Fort Walton Beach).