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Teacher education inducts students into Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society
Posted 05/02/2019 03:57PM

The Misericordia University Department of Teacher Education recently inducted 18 students into the Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education during an induction ceremony in Mercy Hall.

Founded in 1911, the honor society fosters excellence in education and promotes fellowship among those who are dedicated to teaching. Its mission is to sustain an honored community of diverse educators by promoting excellence and advancing scholarship, leadership and service.

To be eligible for membership, teacher education majors at Misericordia University must be in their junior or senior year, have been on the dean's list at least twice, have a current overall grade point average of at least 3.4, and be active in professional activities.

Teacher education students inducted into Kappa Delta Pi are Deanna Noonan, Baldwin, New York; Rachel Polacheck, Exeter; Shea Matta, Green Village, New Jersey; Jessica McDonough, Union, New Jersey; Brook Moyle, Stewartsville, New Jersey; Katelyn Maffei, Danville; Juliana Cofrancesco, Branford, Connecticut; Tara Malara, Whitehouse Station, New Jersey; Amanda Rackliff, North Granby, Connecticut; Lindsay Kane, Nanticoke; Chloe Ruckle, Plymouth; Kayla Radle, Exeter; Lauren Balogh, Drums; Rebecca Kaschak, West Hazleton; Allison McElheran, Watertown, New York; Cassy Silveri, Plains Twp.; Katelynn Taylor Clifford Twp., and Cassidy Boston, Berwick.

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The Misericordia University Teacher Education Department inducted students into the Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education during a recent induction ceremony in Mercy Hall. Participating in the program, first row from left, are Rachel Polacheck, Exeter, Pa.; Rebecca Kaschak, Hazleton, Pa.; Catherine Silveri, Plains, Pa.; Juliana Cofrancesco, Branford, Conn.; Chloe Ruckle, Plymouth, Pa., and Tara Malara, Whitehouse Station, N.J.; second row, Lindsay Kane, Nanticoke, Pa.; Cassidy Boston, Berwick, Pa.; Deanna Noonan, Baldwin, N.Y.; Katelyn Maffei, Danville, Pa.; Katelynn Taylor, Clifford, Pa., and Kayla Radle, Exeter, Pa.; third row, Amanda Rackliff, Granby, Conn.; Jessica McDonough, Union, N.J.; Brooke Moyle, Phillipsburg, N.J.; Allison McElheran, Watertown, N.Y.; Shea Matta, Chatham, N.J., and Lauren Balogh, Drums, Pa.

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