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Nine Watauga County Teachers Earn National Certification PDF Print
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Wednesday, 14 February 2007 11:02
Nine Watauga County Teachers recently received their National Board Certifications. Patty Sostrand at Bethel; Anne Denadio, Christie Laws and Lisa Moody at Cove Creek; Candice Trexler at Harden Park; Natalie Willis at Parkway; Harriet Stefak at Valle Crucis; and Allison Garret and Lee Lyall at Watauga High were recognized at Monday’s Board of Education Meeting. According to Superintendent Bobbie Short, 14% of Watauga County Teachers are now nationally board certified. That gives the Watauga County School District a ranking of 15 out of 110 North Carolina school districts for nationally board certified teachers. National Board Certification is the highest and most challenging certification available to teachers.
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