Four Caldwell County Schools teachers have been recognized for achieving national board certifications in their profession.
The Caldwell County Schools Board of Education recognized the achievements of the teachers as receiving National Board Certification during a recent school board meeting
Teachers who received the certification in 2023 are Marie Brown, with Baton Elementary; Maura Schaffer-Greer, South Caldwell High School; Jennifer Moore, Hibriten High School; and Redeana Smith, Education Center.
“We are extremely proud of their unwavering dedication to completing this national endorsement in the teaching profession,” said Superintendent Don Phipps. “Reaching this prestigious level of certification takes years of commitment and heightens their awareness and commitment to excellence in the field of education.” To read the full story click here
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