Student Spotlight, Dec. 24, 2012
■ Scott Hall of Grand Junction received a master’s degree in physicians assistant studies, and Molly Dwyer of New Castle received a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Ore.
■ Sean Fox of Grand Junction received a master’s degree in education Dec. 14 from Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb.
■ Area students earned degrees during graduation ceremonies Dec. 14–15 at University of North Colorado in Greeley.
From Delta, Beth Myers, master’s degree in special education, and from Grand Junction, Ryan Drury, bachelor’s degree in history; Susan Havens, master’s degree in special education; Heather Monett, bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies; Courtnei Ritter, bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies; Robert Sorensen, master’s degree in special education; and Brandon Witsken, bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies.
■ Ann Guilinger of Ridgway and Wayne Starr of Rifle were named to the fall 2012 dean’s list at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, N.Y.
11 teachers receive master’s degrees
Eleven District 51 teachers recently earned their master’s degrees in Integrated Teaching Through the Arts from Lesley University, a Cambridge, Mass.-based school that offers online programs.
The teachers are: Kim DuBose, Grace Frame and Amber Gregersen, all of Nisley Elementary; Natalie Blackburn and Ruth Warner, both of Lincoln Orchard Mesa Elementary; Beth Brown and Kris O’Connor, both of Mesa View Elementary; Lisa Carruth of Taylor Elementary; Jillian Scoggins of Pear Park Elementary; Amy Rafferty of Grand Junction High; and Leah Allard of Fruita Monument High.