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Education notebook: Spokane Public Schools teachers achieve national standards certification

Spokane Public Schools has announced 51 teachers have achieved the 2017 National Board Certification. National Board Standards represent a consensus created by teachers to advance the quality, expertise and continuous learning of teachers nationwide. The teachers are listed by school.

Elementary schools

Audubon - Taylor Morgan.

Cooper - Donna Hollenback, Courtney (Pyle) Jones, Laurie Leckner, Kim Manger, Erika Renford and Katrina Seibert.

Finch – Nicole Lenhartzen.

Garfield – Staci Aschinger and Lonna Gately.

Grant – Joelene Garland.

Holmes – Rebecca Meek, Daniel Painter and Elisha Stintzi.

Indian Trail – Leisa Sagario.

Jefferson – Tara Antich.

Logan – Marcus Potts.

Longfellow – Kimberly Potter.

Madison – Christina Jordan.

Roosevelt – Brittany Cozza.

Sheridan – Amy Anselmo and Andrea Frueh.

Willard –Ashley Bray, Kathleen Shannon, Brianne Trechter and Tiffany Weilep.

Middle schools

Sacajawea – Pamela Meyer, Heather Montgomery and Kimberly Powell.

Salk – Lauren Apfelbaum.

Shaw – Amy Sleeth and Kamian Truman.

Garry – Kyla Gellerson and Donna Weirauch.

High schools

Ferris – Renee Bogensberger and Amanda Mills.

North Central – William Johnson and Ashley Munsey.

Rogers – Michelle Carkeek, Kelsey Christensen, Antonia DePasquale-Sharkey, Kendra Egly, Kathleen Law and Kelly Pedersen.

Shadle Park – Autumn Carper, Chad Dezellem and Claire Laska.

Eagle Peak – Jared Williams.

Alternative Northeast Community Center Preschool – Kristy Inui.

On Track Academy – Jennifer Perrizo and Timothy Young.

School district honors 3 employees

Spokane Public Schools has honored three employees as Distinguished Classified Employees for 2017-18. They are Christy Kondo, paraeducator at Ferris High School; Jennifer Clary, paraeducator and after-school activities coach at Madison Elementary; and Ben Banks, technology specialist at Instructional Technology Support Center.

To submit news about your school, students and staff to the Education Notebook, send the details to rachelb@spokesman.com or call (509) 459-5434.


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