Fifteen Northshore School District teachers receive National Board Certification

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Fifteen Northshore School District teachers have earned their National Board Certification, bringing the district total to 93. Washington State has the second highest number of new National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) and the fourth highest total NBCTs in the nation.

The teachers include: Melissa Barham, Canyon Creek Elementary School; Melissa Barton, Canyon Creek Elementary School; Christina Berg, Woodin Elementary School; Sarah Marie Boerner, Canyon Creek Elementary School; Heidi Bush, Woodin Elementary School; Jessica Darling, Sunrise Elementary School; Nathan Davis, Woodinville High School; Rachel Endelman, Bothell High School; Corinne Geballe, Woodin Elementary School; Dawn Hamilton, Kokanee Elementary School; Kathleen Hartman, Leota Junior High School; Amanda Rainwater, Bothell High School; Amanda Sympson, Crystal Springs Elementary School; Michelle Taylor, Woodin Elementary School; and Adam Zitzmann, Leota Junior High School.


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