2019 JEFCOED National Board Certified Teachers
National Board Certified Teachers are Important – “A Positive Classroom and School District Impact”
Congratulations to JEFCOED's newest National Board Certified Teachers! National Board Certification is a voluntary teaching credential, which goes beyond state licensure. It focuses on advanced standards for all teachers – what they should know and be able to accomplish in their classrooms. These top educators are positively impacting student achievement in our district and helping to increase classroom performance.
Brandi Craven, Center Point Elementary School
Nidia Fernandez-Lee, Shades Valley High School
Joy Gonzalez, Bright School
Kasey Hollington, JCIB
Erin Lyon, Clay-Chalkville Middle School
Karen Register, Bryan Elementary School
Mary Simpson Noble, JCIB
Alicia Smith, Concord Elementary School
Alyson Torbett, Fultondale Elementary School
We would also like to congratulate our NBCTs, who had already earned their credential previously, and renewed their certification this year!
NBCTs in Jefferson County Schools
The Jefferson County School District leads the state in the highest number of NBCTs and is supported by the Jefferson County Schools Education Foundation. Learn more about National Board Certification here.