Several Bethany College students are teaching in the surrounds areas for the Fall 2019 academic year. These students, pictured, include:

Back Row (left to right): Jarod Meier- Middle school Health and PE at Salina South Middle School for 8 weeks and K-5 Health and PE at Sunset Elementary in Salina for 8 weeks, Erin Richardson- 2nd Grade at Cottonwood Elementary in Liberal for 10 weeks and 6 weeks special education (location to be determined), Brody Nicholas- Secondary instrumental music in Valley Center, Sam Reed- Junior and Senior English at McPherson High School

Front Row (left to right): Isaiah Fabrizius- Kindergarten at Ell Saline Elementary, Logan McDowell- Third grade at Solomon Elementary for 10 weeks and K-5 ESL at Schilling Elementary in Salina for 6 weeks, Emma Wager- 3rd grade at Ell Saline Elementary, Katelynn Adam- 4th grade at Southeast of Saline Elementary for 10 weeks and Special Education for 6 weeks at Heusner Elementary, Kaitlyn Wagner- 4th Grade at Meadowlark Ridge Elementary in Salina for 10 weeks and Special Education for 6 weeks(location to be determined), Emily Perkins- 5-12 instrumental music at Salina South, Hannah Imm- Secondary English at Smith Center High School

Not pictured: Shalie Dahl- Health and PE, 8 weeks at Southeast of Saline High School and 8 weeks at Meadowlark Ridge Elementary in Salina

The Department of Education at Bethany College offers a certificate for teaching pre-kindergarten through grade 12;  grade 6  through 12 for biology, business education, English, mathematics, social science and chemistry; elementary education from kindergarten through grade 6, and a certificate for pre-kindergarten through grade 12 for health and physical education, vocal music teaching and instrumental music teaching.

Bethany College, established by Swedish Lutheran immigrants in 1881, is a college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The mission of Bethany College is to educate, develop, and challenge individuals to reach for truth and excellence as they lead lives of faith, learning, and service. Bethany connects its past, present, and future with distinctive initiatives like Swedes to Sweden, a free service-learning trip for the sophomore class to Sweden, and the Good Life Scholarship, presenting all local high school graduates with a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to the college. Bethany College is on the Web at www.bethanylb.edu and is located in Lindsborg, Kansas, the fine arts and crafts capital of the state.