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MCS Adds To Top Trained Teacher Ranks

New stars will soon be added to the Central Office honor wall at Madison City Schools.
Twelve more National Board Certified Teachers are being added to the ranks of Madison City Schools. The district now has 85 active NBCTs which is believed to be the most or near most in Alabama.

silver stars on wall representing each Madison City school teacher Nationally Board Certified

The teachers will be recognized at a Board of Education meeting early next year. Several other MCS teachers are awaiting the results of NBCT to be released in February to determine whether they earn certification.

The new NBCTs for MCS, and their schools, are:

Sarah Baker, Liberty Middle.
Sandy Brand, Liberty Middle.
Bria Burnette, Horizon Elementary.
Karen Clayton, Liberty Middle.
Kimberly Cox, Bob Jones HS.
Crystal Davy, Horizon Elementary.
Laura Hester, Columbia Elementary.
Maria Krassic Adams, Rainbow Elementary.
Laura Roberson, Columbia Elementary.
Loren Springer, Bob Jones HS.
Cyrus Swearingen, James Clemens HS.
Zachary (Clint) Woodfin, James Clemens HS.
Two Madison City teachers, Keith Anderson at James Clemens High School and Erin Nauman at West Madison Elementary, just renewed their NBCT.

Congratulations for this achievement. The NBCT program is a rigorous national certification for teachers.


13 National Board Certified Teachers with certificates in front of the Madison City Board of Education