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Published On: Wed, Mar 12th, 2014

Moorefield Police Fingerprint Students & Instructor On College Campus

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Moorefield Police recently fingerprinted 14 students and an instructor in Eastern WV Community and Technical College’s ‘Introduction to Teacher Education’ class.
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Front Row: Ashley Kesner, Tammy Clayton, Rachael Moton, Christa Burton, Kathran Richardson;
Middle Row: Stephanie Hawkland, Rachel Baker, Dominique Adkins, Paige Mauzy, Emilee Colaw, Tara Bennett
Back Row: Moorefield Police Lt. Rick Burrows, Ronald Ayers, Kimbra Chirchirillo, Theressa Turben, Dr. Suzanne Goodall, Eastern’s elementary education coordinator, and Moorefield Police Chief Steve Reckart

State police and the FBI use the prints to conduct state and national background checks, “required for students to complete their classroom observation hours in the public schools,” said Dr. Suzanne Goodall, Eastern’s elementary education program coordinator.

Eastern offers two pathways to the bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, partnering with Shepherd University and WVU-Parkersburg. For more information, interested learners should call Goodall at 304-434-8000, or toll-free: 877-982-2322.

Police Fingerprint Students

SHOWN, from left: Moorefield Police Lt. Rick Burrows, Paige Mauzy, Dominique Adkins, Moorefield Police Chief Steve Reckart

All The Ink That’s Fit To Print: Moorefield Police recently fingerprinted 14 students and an instructor in Eastern WV Community and Technical College’s ‘Introduction to Teacher Education’ class. State police and the FBI use the prints to conduct state and national background checks, “required for students to complete their classroom observation hours in the public schools,” said Dr. Suzanne Goodall, Eastern’s elementary education program coordinator.

Eastern offers two pathways to the bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, partnering with Shepherd University and WVU-Parkersburg. For more information, interested learners should call Goodall at 304-434-8000, or toll-free: 877-982-2322.

 

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