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Graduates earn bachelor's degree in Teacher Education
On Dec. 7, Northwest Florida State College recognized students who successfully completed the college's bachelor degree program in Teacher Education during the fall 2015 academic semester.
Omar Hanson of Fort Walton Beach was presented with a medallion as he was recognized as a Teacher Education honor student. Katie Towe of Baker received the Excellence in Teacher Education Award for the fall 2015 class. Student speakers were Towe, Hanson, and Thom Sharp (Niceville).
The fall 2015 Teacher Education graduates are:
Front (L-R): Tiffany Mathews (Baker), Makayla Jenkins (Niceville), Channing Hammond (Santa Rosa Beach), Ashley Grice (Crestview), Rebecca Edwards (Crestview), Catherine Boswell (Niceville). Back (L-R): Omar Hanson (Fort Walton Beach), Paige Workman (Fort Walton Beach), Amber Wall (Destin), Katie Towe (Baker), Haley Stewart (Fort Walton Beach), Thom Sharp (Niceville).