Elementary Education Archive


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Evangel University recognized as a College of Distinction

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Third grade teacher Meghan Reed (left) and student Maggie Moore proudly show Weller Principal Rebecca Donaldson the “Growth in Reading” award Maggie received on Monday. Reed is following Dr. Donaldson’s lead by earning her master’s degree from Evangel University. // PHOTO BY: Paul K. Logsdon

Evangel University offers 30-hour Master of Educational Leadership degree

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Clare Vanderpool will speak in a public event April 26, and to EU students only on April 27. // PHOTO: Provided

Evangel to host Clare Vanderpool, Newbery Award-winning author, April 26 & 27

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Mikaela McGarrah

Mikaela McGarrah senior vocal recital at Evangel, April 3

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Mark Lawley, a 1989 Evangel University graduate, was recently honored for his sterling career in music education.  // (Photo Provided)

Missouri’s Outstanding Music Educator is EU grad Mark Lawley

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Fall Orchestra Concert at Evangel University features student soloists

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Education professors Dr. Peggy Reed and Dr. Kelly Sutherland with some of the themed baskets donated by Evangel employees to Weller Elementary for October Rocks. // PHOTO BY: Paul K. Logsdon

October Rocks! Evangel partners with Weller Elementary to raise PTO project funds

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Katelyn Schmitt works with local students as part of her Masters of Education in Literacy work at Evangel University. She graduated from EU in 2015 and has taught 2nd and 3rd grade at Willard East Elementary. Background, Springfield schools 1st grade teacher Kendall Shores works one-on-one with a student. // PHOTO BY: Paul K. Logsdon

Literacy Lab: Evangel University’s annual free reading clinic

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Erin Cummings of Nixa, Mo., was honored to be named the Outstanding Graduate in Special Education and to receive the Cori Holsinger-Hartje Award. She celebrated with Josh Little. // PHOTO from Erin

Education Department — 2017 EU graduation awards

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Kellen Gillaspy (left) and Anisa Carpenter were honored by Anne Spence to receive the 2017 Anne Spence Award for Meritorious Christian Character and Service.

2017 Anne Spence Award: Two Evangel grads honored for character and service

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Evangel University business students provide seed money for a fund-raising campaign designed to help Weller Elementary students. Shown are: Emily Westover, a freshman Nonprofit Business & Social Enterprise major from Wentsville, Mo.; Dr. Rebecca Donaldson, principal; Eden Janeway, a junior Nonprofit major from Henderson, Nev.; and Katie Renner, a sophomore Marketing and Management double major from Perrysburg, Ohio.

Evangel Enactus team launches Business Support Campaign for Weller Elementary

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Carl Sommer, businessman, children’s book author, to speak at AGTS

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Evangel students present project at MIDTESOL conference

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VISION: Dr. Kirt and Susan Hartzler’s Union of Minds

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Dr. Shonna Crawford (right) received the Mills Young Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, Scholarship and Service from Evangel University President Dr. Carol Taylor, during the spring commencement ceremony. // PHOTO BY: Meg White

Dr. Shonna Crawford receives Mills Young Faculty Award for Excellence

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Evangel graduates awarded $25,000 on The TODAY Show

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Charisse Green

Evangel Education Department 2016 graduation awards

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Joel Manzi and Charisse Green are honored to be selected to receive te Anne Spence Award for Meritorious Christian Character and Service. // PHOTO BY: Sarah Buford

Two Evangel seniors honored with annual Anne Spence Award

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2015-Kids & EU Fooball

Weller principal, Dr. Rebecca Donaldson speaks in Evangel’s chapel to spotlight cooperative arrangement between schools

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Evangel senior Katie Tillman is doing a literacy practicum this fall at Weller Elementary.

Evangel University partners with Weller Elementary

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