Twenty-five new teachers earn national certification
By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on February 14, 2011 1:46 PM
Twenty-five educators in Wayne County Public Schools have received National Board certification. Front row, from left, Angela Mozingo, Faye Davis, Lisa West, Cynthia Sprouse, Jennifer Lancaster, Brandy Causey and Jamie Smith. Back row, Michael Jones, Melissa Lewis, Sheila Covar, Kelly Carter, Jennifer Tyndall, Donna Countryman, Winter McNeill, Deepti Dixit, Erin Stock, Beth Van Horn, Sherry Stafford and Linda Franks. Absent were Erica Colick, Jessica Gray, Shelley Gainey, Jennifer Heim, Kerry Loury and Karen Smith.
Wayne County Public Schools has 25 new National Board Certified educators, bringing the district total to 212. National Board certification is granted by the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards, the most accepted symbol of teaching excellence in the U.S....
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