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Group of 13 student-teachers headed to six Mercer County school districts


Group of 13 student-teachers headed to six Mercer County school districts

GREENVILLE, Pa.—Thirteen members of the Thiel College Class of 2018 are headed to six Mercer County school districts to finish their degrees with their student-teaching assignment.

First row (L-R) Nick Sarratori ’18Justin Zinsmeister ’18Samuel F. Sesti III ’18Jacob Marino ’18; second row: Alison Schemrich ’18Jamie Whitaker ’18Tylor Whitely ’18Alexis DeMott ’18Tina Kramer ’18Alayna Sharp ’18; third row: Paige Onomastico ’18Kaytee Candela ’18Brooke Gates ’18.

  • Sarratori, a 2014 graduate of Eden (N.Y.) High School, is teaching at Commodore Perry School District.
  • Zinsmeister, a 2014 graduate of Baldwin (Pa.) High School; Sesti, a 2014 graduate of Northgate (Pa.) High School; Sharp, a 2014 graduate of Rocky Grove (Pa.) High School; Candela, a 2014 graduate of Lakeside (Ohio) High School; and Omomastico, a 2014 graduate of Chartiers Valley (Pa.) High School; are teaching at Shapsville School District.
  • Marino, a 2014 graduate of Youngsville (Pa.) High School; Whitaker, a 2014 graduate of Saint Marys (Pa.) High School; and Gates, a 2014 graduate of Middletown (Pa.) Area High School, are working in Greenville School District.
  • Schemrich, a 2014 graduate of Knoch (Pa.) High School, is teaching Reynolds School District.
  • Whitely, a 2014 graduate of Grand Valley (Ohio) High School, and DeMott, a 2014 graduate of Connellsville (Pa.) High School, are teaching in Jamestown School District.
  • Kramer, a 2014 graduate of Butler (Pa.) High School, is teaching in Hermitage School District.

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