LSC-O’s Teachers of Tomorrow Organization Elect New Officers
The Teachers of Tomorrow organization at Lamar State College-Orange has selected new officers for the fall 2012 semester. With 40 members, TOT is one of the largest student organizations on campus and caters to education majors and those pursuing a teaching profession. The group meets once a month and participate in events at the college and in the community throughout the year.
Officers for fall 2012 are listed below:
Crystal Meacham was elected president after having served as vice president last semester. A 2009 graduate from Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School, she is an elementary education and special education major at LSC-O, and plans to get her bachelor’s degree from Lamar University.
Jeremy Sarver was elected vice president and is an education major that plans to teach high school-level history or math. He is a 1999 graduate of Buna High School and is a regular on the President’s and Dean’s list at LSC-O.
Daniel Kibodeaux was elected as secretary and is an education major that plans on earning his bachelor’s degree at Lamar University. He would like to teach math at the middle school level and is a 2010 home-school graduate.
Sarah Bruton, a 2007 graduate of West Orange-Stark High School, was elected treasurer. She is an elementary education major and plans to earn her bachelor’s degree at Lamar University.
Amber Sarver, wife of vice president Jeremy Sarver, is the new TOT historian. A 2003 graduate of Buna High School, she is an education major and will complete her degree at Lamar University.
Emilee Yaw was selected by the organization as the chairperson for the Community Outreach Committee. A 2008 graduate of West Orange Stark High School, she is an education major and plans on finishing her degree at Lamar University and go on to teach elementary school.
Sloane Albrecht was voted at the Social Committee chairperson and is also an education major. She was a 2012 Vidor High School graduate and plans on earning her bachelor’s degree at Lamar University to go on and teach third grade.
Ashley Mann, a Community Outreach Committee member, is a 2010 graduate of Vidor High School. She is a former TOT historian and education major who plans to earn her bachelor’s degree to teach elementary life skills or first grade.
Ashlee Barney, a member of the Social Committee, is a 2011 Vidor High School graduate and plans to earn her bachelor’s degree at the University of Georgia in early childhood education.
If any LSC-O education major would like to join the TOT organization, they may contact sponsor Dorraine Babcock at (409) 882-3072.