National Board Certified Teachers
National Board Certified Counselors
Certificate of Clinical Competence-Speech Pathology Teachers
 
 
Arrow National Board Certified Teachers are highly accomplished educators who meet high and rigorous standards. Like board-certified doctors and accountants, teachers who achieve National Board Certification have met rigorous standards through intensive study, expert evaluation, self-assessment and peer review.
 
 
National Board Certified Teachers include:
 
Clinton Park Elementary School
• Anita Atwood
• Melanie Clyatt
• Kristi Crisler
• Myra Kinchen
• Lisa Oswalt
• Amanda Tullos
• Deedra Watts
 
Northside Elementary School
• Kelsi Antrim
• Jamie Dowd
• Amanda Kimbrell
• Carolyn Lynchard
• Elizabeth Shepherd
• Jay Welch
 
Eastside Elementary School
• Kerri Burnside
• Robin Herring
 
Clinton Junior High School
• Bonnie Brown
• Jennifer Collins
• Misty Duke
 
Sumner Hill Junior High School
• Roxanna Arcement
• Lynda Collins
• Terri Curtis
• Heather Norton
• Chris Young
 
Clinton High School
• Barbie Ferguson
• Lisa Lann
• Clay Norton
• Charlotte Walker
• Alix Williams
 
CHS Career Complex
• Cindy Ables
• Lora Little
 
 
 
 
 
Arrow The National Certified School Counselor is a specialty credential which recognizes counselors who possess a minimum of a master’s degree in counseling with coursework in school counseling and who have passed a challenging national application and examination process. NCSCs have a strong commitment to the school counseling profession and to providing high quality services to students, parents, teachers and communities. Currently there are nearly 2,300 NCCs who hold the NCSC credential.
 
— Source: www.nbcc.org
 
 
National Board Certified Counselors include:
 
Lisa Lann, Clinton High School
Heather Norton, Sumner Hill Junior High School
Elizabeth Shepherd, Northside Elementary
 
 
 
 
Arrow Those who have achieved the Certificate of Clinical Competence - Speech Pathology certification have voluntarily met rigorous academic and professional standards, typically going beyond the minimum requirements for state licensure. They have the knowledge, skills, and expertise to provide high quality clinical services, and they actively engage in ongoing professional development to keep their certification current. The standards for certification for audiology and speech-language pathology are established by audiologists and speech-language pathologists, respectively, who are members of ASHA's Council For Clinical Certification in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CFCC).
 
 
CCC-SP Teachers include:
 
 • Melanie Clyatt, Clinton Park Elementary School
• Jennifer Collins, Clinton High School
• Kristi Crisler, Clinton Park Elementary School
• Lisa Oswalt, Clinton Park Elementary School
• Trenia Reynolds, Student Support Services
• Jay Welch, Northside Elementary School