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Eight Chinook High school students get head start on college

 

April 11, 2018

Eight juniors and seniors at Chinook High are part of a statewide dual enrollment class to help bolster the pool of potential teachers for small rural districts. CHS Librarian and teacher Tammy Edwards through MSU-Bozeman and Gallatin College teach the class. Pictured are students in the class, with Mrs. Edwards. Front row, l-r, Hannah Wendeln, Chelsie Fox, Madison Inman, MacKenzie Gruszie. Back row, left to right, Trajan Hannum, Tamer Jamieson, Ross Reed, Teacher Tammy Edwards. Garrett Lowham was not available for the photo.

Eight juniors and seniors at Chinook High (CHS) are taking Education 101, Teaching and Learning, as a dual enrollment course through MSU-Bozeman and Gallatin College. The course, designed for first year college students, is an introduction to the profession of public school teaching. Students who successfully complete the course earn college and high school credit-three semester hours of college credit and half credit for high school. Tammy Edwards, the Librarian for Chinook Schools, is teaching the class. She took special graduate training that prepared several high school teachers to offe...



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