TCSS Teachers Achieve National Board Certification

  • December 13, 2019

    The Tuscaloosa County School System congratulates our teachers who are part of this year’s new class of National Board Certified Teachers. In order to become certified through the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, teachers complete a performance-based, peer-reviewed process, demonstrating their proven impact on student learning and achievement. This year’s class of new NBCTs includes 3,831 teachers from 46 states. The new class joins more than 125,000 teachers across the country, including four dozen in our system, who have already achieved National Board Certification. Learn more about the distinction of National Board Certification and the rigorous process to achieve certification.

    TCSS Teachers Achieving National Board Certification in 2019 include:

    Rachel Brown, Holt Elementary School

    Stephanie Egan, Vance Elementary School

    Jennifer Frye, Brookwood High School

    Emily Glasgow, Buhl Elementary School - Achieved Recertification

    Lindsey Hall, Flatwoods Elementary School

    Stacy Johnson, Vance Elementary School

    Rebecca Kennedy, Holt Elementary School

    Sara Ogonowski, Walker Elementary School

    Kylie Phillips, Buhl Elementary School

    Deanna Poe, Huntington Place Elementary School

    Rachel Pucko, Northport Elementary School - Achieved Recertification

    Marian Reese, Westwood Elementary School - Achieved Recertification

    Dana Roy, Vance Elementary School

    Christine Schwartz, Flatwoods Elementary School

    Kasey Starnes, Taylorville Primary School