Three White River teachers earn National Board Certification

Chris Sadler, Erin Lampe and Stryder Argo join the list of White River School District staff members to earn National Board Certification. The three teachers were honored at the White River School Board’s regular meeting Jan. 11.

Sadler teaches science and math at White River Alternative Programs. Lampe splits her time as the band and chorale teacher at Glacier Middle School and Argo teachers Spanish at White River High School. They make 24 White River staff members who have passed this rigorous process.

National Board Certification is a voluntary assessment program designed to identify, recognize and reward teachers who meet high and rigorous standards based on what teachers should know and be able to do. Candidates who earn certification receive a $4,000 bonus each year.


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