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Henderson County Schools Recognizes National Board Certified Teachers

The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards celebrates 5,470 new National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) and another 3,957 Board-certified teachers who successfully renewed their certification. These teachers join a growing community of Board-certified teachers, now more than 118,000 strong across all 50 states.  Each of these accomplished educators earned the profession’s highest mark of achievement through a rigorous, performance-based, peer-review process, demonstrating their proven impact on student learning and achievement.

 

The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is proud to celebrate Kentucky’s 2017 class of 316 National Board Certified Teachers (NBCT). This class of board-certified teachers is the first to complete the newly revised process and is the fifth largest class in the nation. Kentucky now ranks eighth nationally in total number of NBCTs, with 3,601, and seventh in the nation for percentage of NBCTs with 8.59%.

 

Congratulations to the Henderson County Schools National Board Certified Teachers

New National Board Certified teachers:

Rhea Isenberg, Thelma B. Johnson Early Learning Center, Media Specialist

Edward Clouse, Henderson County High School, Science Teacher

Jennifer English, Henderson County High School, Math Teacher

Waide Williams, Henderson County High School, Special Education Teacher

Stephanie Summers, Niagara Elementary School, Classroom Instructor

 

Current National Board Certified teachers:

Mary Beth Bealmear Henderson County High School, English Teacher

Sherry L. Blosser, North Middle School, Science Teacher

Kimberly N. Blythe, East Heights Elementary School, Elementary Classroom Instructor

Sheryl Dawson, Henderson County High School, English Teacher

Stacey M. Fish, South Middle School/North Middle School,  Digital Learning Coach

Lori Gish, Jefferson Elementary School, Elementary Classroom Instructor

Angela M. Marksberry, North Middle School, Science Teacher

Elizabeth A. Schmitt, Henderson County High School, Special Education Teacher

Katherine B. Sherritt, Spottsville Elementary School, Elementary Classroom Instructor

Brian C. Smith, Bend Gate Elementary School, Elementary Classroom Instructor

Stephanie A. Smith, East Heights Elementary School, District Reading Coordinator

Brian A. Sullivan, Henderson County High School, Math Teacher

Angela N. Travis, Spottsville Elementary School, Elementary Music Teacher

Crystal R. Weber, Henderson County High School, Math Teacher

Laura L. Williams, Henderson County High School, English Teacher

Tasha M. Young, Henderson County High School, Special Education Teacher

 

 

The founding mission of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards is to advance the quality of teaching and learning by: (1) maintaining high and rigorous standards for what accomplished teachers should know and be able to do; (2) providing a national voluntary system certifying teachers who meet these standards; and (3) advocating related education reforms to integrate National Board Certification in American education and to capitalize on the expertise of National Board Certified Teachers. Recognized as the “gold standard” in teacher certification, the National Board believes higher standards for teachers means better learning for students.

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