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Cream of the crop, world-class, accomplished teacher… These are just a few phrases used to describe educators who can officially call themselves Board-certified. This is our favorite time of year, as we honor the excellence of the new and renewed Board-certified teachers in Arizona. It can be a lon

Dec 12, 2016

Cream of the crop, world-class, accomplished teacher… These are just a few phrases used to describe educators who can officially call themselves Board-certified.


This is our favorite time of year, as we honor the excellence of the new and renewed Board-certified teachers in Arizona. It can be a long, arduous process, but most say nothing has refined their professional practice more than National Board Certification. Join us in congratulating each of the following:

New National Board Certified Teachers

Elizabeth Bouwens, Tucson Unified School District

Shawna Bradley, EDUPRIZE Queen Creek

Mollie Crouch, Tucson Unified School District

Amy Hollister, Phoenix Union High School District

Lauren Hubert, Phoenix Union High School District

Carrie Jasinski, Dysart Unified School District

Aimee Legarra, Flowing Wells Unified School District

Rachel Mazzullo, Scottsdale Unified School District

Katie Piehl, Washington Elementary School District

Jennifer Sumida, Phoenix Elementary School District

Renewed National Board Certified Teachers

Brian Bindschadler, Catalina Foothills Unified School District

Tiffany Blasdel, Gilbert Unified School District

Kimberly Bordelon, Kyrene School District

Faith Caffey, Holbrook Unified School District

Bonnie Chamberlain, Dysart Unified School District

Andrea Davidson, Catalina Foothills Unified School District

Cynthia Eger, Kyrene School District

Jaime Festa-Daigle, Lake Havasu Unified School District

Jacqueline Flowers, Chandler Unified School District

Lori Fox, Washington Elementary School District

Julie Gale, Fowler Elementary School District

Jodi Hekter, Tucson Unified School District

Vicky Mead, Deer Valley Unified School District

Alison Mehler

Colleen Mendoza, Chandler Unified School District

Andrea Misino, Gilbert Unified School District

Leslee Mizen-Stroud, Gilbert Unified School District

Aimee Perdue, Paradise Valley Unified School District

Joy Randel, Cartwright School District

Shannon Riley, Chandler Unified School District

Janelle Roberts-Perrin, Cave Creek Unified School District

Daniela Robles, Balsz School District

Sheila Scanlan, Gilbert Unified School District

Sandra Schiffman, Amphitheater Public Schools

Amy Smith, Paradise Valley Unified School District

Julie Torres, Catalina Foothills Unified School District

Kathy Wiebke, Arizona K12 Center

We applaud all your hard work and hope you feel an invigorating sense of accomplishment each time you see the four m

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