Two Graves teachers renew NBCT status

Two teachers in the Graves County School District renewed their National Board Certification in 2012. Three others renewed in 2011. In all, some 36 teachers in the Graves County Schools currently are certified by the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards. Graves County leads the Jackson Purchase and has been among the top ten districts in Kentucky in both the number and percentage of National Board Certified Teachers in recent years. Kentucky, in turn, is among the top states in National Board Certification.
Graves County Central Elementary School sixth grade teacher Amy Murphey renewed her National Board Certification in 2012, after she initially earned it in 2002. Sedalia Elementary School third grade teacher Christy George renewed her National Board Certification after she initially earned it in 2003.

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