The Southeast Missouri State University College of Education, Health and Human Studies recognized Ste. Genevieve High School on May 9 with its 2018-19 Best Partners Plaque.
Students studying to enter into the field of education spend time with Ste. Genevieve R-II faculty and staff to be mentored and coached through student teaching.
“We are always excited to invite these students into our school to learn more about teaching and best practices in education,” high school principal Chris Hoehne said. “This award was unexpected, but I’m so proud of my staff for sharing their expertise and guidance.”
Kenneth Griffin, director of field experiences for SEMO’s College of Education, Health and Human Studies, visited the high school during Teacher Appreciation Week to award the plaque.
“Southeast Missouri State would like to acknowledge Ste. Genevieve High School for going above and beyond our expectations as a partner in education,” Griffin said. “Thank you for all of the work your faculty and staff do with these great young educators.”
(Information in a release from the Ste. Genevieve R-II School District.)