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Chatham County Schools teachers achieve national board certification

Posted Monday, March 23, 2015

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Pittsboro, NC - Chatham County Schools is thrilled to announce eight new recipients of National Board Certification. Teachers undergo a rigorous process of planning, reflection, and assessment in order to achieve certification. The Chatham County School district is proud to have 90 Nationally Board Certified Teachers. Our newest honorees are

  • Kimberly Brennan - North Chatham Elementary
  • Morgan Brewer - Chatham Central High School
  • Carol (Lynn) Crankshaw - North Chatham Elementary
  • Elizabeth Deaton - Jordan-Matthews High School
  • JoAnna Massoth - Chatham Middle School
  • Heather McCrory - Jordan-Matthews High School
  • Leann Munoz - Perry Harrison School
  • Brenton Winston – Moncure School
There are 4,158 new National Board Certified Teachers as of December 3, 2014, bringing the total number of teachers certified by the National Board to 110,447. North Carolina is ranked number 2 with 527 teachers out of 4,158 who achieved their certification. Overall, for the 2014 State Ranking, North Carolina is number one. For two decades, North Carolina has had the largest corps of accomplished teachers achieving Board certification to date​.

Board Chairman Gary Leonard, National Board Teachers, Superintendent Dr. Derrick Jordan

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