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SUNY Potsdam students learn valuable lessons at Ahkwesahsne Conference

 

SUNY Potsdam students (front, l-r): Jeannie Tarbell of Hogansburg, Cassandra Eagles of Norwood, Heather Barr of Huntington, Miranda Kogon of Rhinebeck, Becca Slocum of Liverpool, Robyn Vernooy of Bloomingburg, (middle) Gretta Doud of Massena, Teresa Mitchell of Potsdam, Meghan Welcher of Oneida, Ashley Neal of Massena, Ashleigh Williams of Belleville, Anita Martinez of Bronx, Lindsey Bango of Theresa, Alicia Whitehead of Queensbury, (back) Derek Lane of Dexter, Michael Shattuck of Gouverneur, Sonja Streichert of Norwich, Tracy Bates of Taberg, Amanda Martindale of Gansevoort and Scott Ricketts of Argyle recently attended the “Ahkwesahsne and New York State Teaching and Learning Standards Orientation Conference” to learn more about the special aspects of teaching in a district with Native American heritage.

A total of 20 SUNY Potsdam education majors who will be completing field experiences and/or student teaching and have an interest in the Salmon River Central School District recently attended the “Ahkwesahsne and New York State Teaching and Lear...



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