Thirteen Northshore Educators Achieve National Board Renewal

Congratulations to the 13 Northshore educators who successfully renewed their National Board Certification. To remain certified, they must submit new work for review by The National Board for Professional Standards, which, upon approval, validates that National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) are continuing to teach to the highest standards in the nation. By doing so, they demonstrated their ongoing commitment to meeting rigorous standards and improving student learning. Districtwide, 11.3% of Northshore educators are National Board Certified.

  • Rebecca Andrick, Middle Childhood Generalist
  • Ian Barnes, Career and Technical Education/Early Adolescence Through Young Adulthood
  • Barbara Blakeslee Beck, Exceptional Needs Specialist/Early Childhood through Young Adulthood
  • Christopher Brush, Middle Childhood Generalist
  • Tracy Dulas, Physical Education/Early and Middle Childhood
  • Nicole Hollingshead, English Language Arts/Early Adolescence
  • Paul Jensen, Physical Education/Early Adolescence Through Young Adulthood
  • Jennifer Ligot, Social Studies-History/Adolescence and Young Adulthood
  • Corey Martin, Social Studies-History/Early Adolescence
  • Erin Moody, Mathematics/Adolescence and Young Adulthood
  • Adam O'Hair, Social Studies-History/Adolescence and Young Adulthood
  • Shirley Parrott, Literacy Reading-Language Arts/Early Adolescence
  • Nicole Richardson, Middle Childhood Generalist

“When NBCTs renew their certification, they reflect deeply on their practice in terms of professional growth and their continued contributions to improving student learning,” said Dione Garcia, Northshore School District’s lead NBCT candidate facilitator. “The NBCTs who recertified this year will have positively impacted the learning of an average of 13,500 students during the ten-year span of their National Board certificate.”  



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