WVEA Members Become Nationally Board Certified

A new group of educators have recently been given the honor of becoming Nationally Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) in the state. This comes after years of hard work put into a program designed to develop, retain and recognize accomplished teachers and to generate ongoing improvement in schools nationwide. It is the most respected professional certification available in K-12 education. Over the years, more than 1,000 West Virginia educators have completed this vigorous program. WVEA members who are newly NBCTs include:

  • Lisa Brown, Raleigh County
  • Stacy Canterbury, Mercer County
  • Shelly Compton, Berkeley County
  • Amanda Daniels, Wyoming County
  • Melissa Elliott, Berkeley County
  • Terri Keim, Cabell County
  • Jeffrey Lipscomb, Kanawha County
  • Jaclyn Loss, Harrison County
  • Chantil McCormick, Putnam County
  • Erica Pack, Raleigh County
  • Kim Simpson, Raleigh County
  • Kriston Staggs, Grant County
  • Stacy Williams, Raleigh County
  • Stephanie Wright, Raleigh County
  • Heather Yoho, Marion County
  • Jennifer Zickefoose, Harrison County