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The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards announced 14 Palm Beach County teachers earned National Board Certification in 2010.  Palm Beach County now has a total of 718 National Board Certified Teachers.  Lisa Helfrich, Professional Development Manager for the School District said, “The School District of Palm Beach County is proud to welcome our new National Board Certified Teachers to our list of talented and dedicated educators.” 

Florida leads the nation in the number of public school teachers gaining National Board Certification.  The voluntary certification process takes one to three years to complete.  National Board Certification is the highest credential available in the teaching profession and is a symbol of teaching excellence. 

The new National Board Certified Teachers are: 

Nicole Dougherty

SANTALUCES HIGH SCHOOL 

Kimberly Duffey

SUNCOAST HIGH SCHOOL 

George Eigner

INDEPENDENCE MIDDLE SCHOOL 

Janice Forbes

LC SWAIN MIDDLE SCHOOL 

Melody Hammer

EMERALD COVE MIDDLE SCHOOL 

Allison Hill

CRESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL 

Matthew Hutson

GROVE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

Jacquelyn Imperial

WEST GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

Andrea Morgan

WEST GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

Gerard O’Donnell

EAGLES LANDING MIDDLE SCHOOL 

Desiree Sasko-Sujoy

PALM BEACH MARITIME ACADEMY

David Voytek

MELALEUCA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

Mary West

LIMESTONE CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

Lola Wilson

MEADOW PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

For more information contact Lisa Helfrich at 561-776-3673 or helfril@palmbeach.k12.fl.us .

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