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Teachers Earn, Renew National Certification

Teachers Earn, Renew National Certification 12/16/2019

 

It’s #TeamNBCT Week and time to celebrate the latest class of 2019 new and renewed NBCTs. Cabarrus County Schools congratulates the following employees who have achieved National Board Certification for the first time and those who have recently renewed. These candidates were officially announced by National Board on December 10, 2019.

 

First Time National Board Certifications

 

Brittany

Bryce

Carl A. Furr Elementary

Jean

DeWulf

Hickory Ridge Middle

Garrett

Jordan

C.C. Griffin Middle

Lindsey

Kiral

Hickory Ridge Middle

Elyse

Koenig

Harold Winkler Middle

Kelly

Lord

Hickory Ridge Middle

Teresa

Malin

Hickory Ridge High

Elizabeth

Mizelle

Charles E. Boger Elementary

Emily

Nash

Harris Road Middle

Krina

Patel

R. Brown McAllister Elementary

 

National Board Certification Renewals

 

Christine

Archambault

Coltrane-Webb Elementary

Rebecca

Austin

Cox Mill High

Elizabeth

Bishop

Carl A. Furr Elementary

Andrew

Carter

Jay M. Robinson High

Kelly

Cole

Pitts School Road Elementary

Karen

Conner

Central Cabarrus High

Nicole

Fisher

Mount Pleasant Elementary

Alison

Gurley

Northwest Cabarrus Middle

Mark

Helms

Northwest Cabarrus High

Aimee

Henderson

Winecoff Elementary

Jessica

Hicks

C.C. Griffin Middle

Katherine

Highsmith

Weddington Hills Elementary

Krista

Hodsden

Hickory Ridge High

Deborah

Hunter

Cox Mill High

Lisa

Lamberti

Cox Mill High

Robert

Machado

Hickory Ridge High

Tamara

Mcelveen

Carl A. Furr Elementary

Ashley

Pethel

Mount Pleasant High

Kelley

Poulos

Jay M. Robinson High

Michelle

Sims

Hickory Ridge Middle

Christy

Takach

Concord High

Tanya

Taylor

Charles E. Boger Elementary

Elizabeth

Thompson

Cabarrus Early College of Technology

Julie

Thurmond

Northwest Cabarrus Middle

 

There are currently 255 National Board Certified employees working in Cabarrus County Schools. North Carolina is ranked #1 in the nation according to the percent of teachers who are National Board Certified.