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Two SVSD Teachers Earn National Board Certification

 

Two Snoqualmie Valley educators became National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) this spring of 2021, and were recently honored by the School Board at the March 11 meeting.  Congratulations to these teachers for their dedication to student learning and professional growth:

  • Lesley Pace, Parent Partnership Program (PPP) teacher, earned Middle Childhood/Generalist certification.
  • Kayla Stoll, North Bend Elementary School (NBES) teacher, earned Early Childhood/Generalist certification.

 Lesley Pace

 Kayla Stoll

 Congratulations Lesley Pace (PPP) and Kayla Stoll (NBES)!

 

National Board Certification is an advanced teaching credential that has been recognized by the National Research Council as having a profound positive impact on student learning, improving teaching, and making schools better. To earn this distinction, teachers must meet rigorous teaching standards that involve in-depth study, self-assessment, peer review and expert evaluation in their subject area. National Board Certified Teachers help students develop the necessary skills to thrive in school, in the workplace, and global economy. For more information, visit the National Board Certified Teachers (NBCT) website or Washington’s OSPI NBCT webpage.