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National certification, attention for Riverview teachers

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Riverview teachers Stacey Wright, Cody Hamar, Allison Craig and Karin Llyr were recently recognized for receiving their National Board certifications. This accomplishment requires intensive study, expert evaluation, self assessment and peer reviews, and significant amounts of documentation of student learning, taking between 200 and 400 hours of work from each teacher. The Riverview School District now has 24 teachers district-wide who are nationally board-certified. Wright teaches at Cherry Valley Elementary, Hamar at Carnation Elementary, and Craig and Llyr both teach at Stillwater Elementary School.

 

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