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2019 eduCLIMBER Power User and Platinum Level Certificate Awardees Announced

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August 7th, 2019

Last week, we were delighted to host our first ever ceremony for the eduCLIMBER Power User and Platinum Level Certificate Awards. These programs are designed to honor outstanding educators who use Illuminate eduCLIMBER to increase the power of teaching and the delight of learning.

Five 2019 Power Users and three 2019 Platinum Level Certificates were awarded at the 2019 eduCLIMBER National User Conference in Pewaukee, WI. The conference brought together over 300 educators for two days of professional learning, training sessions, and networking. Awardees were selected based on their impactful role in using eduCLIMBER to make a difference for their students, schools, and district.

Please join us in congratulating our 2019 awardees.

 

2019 eduCLIMBER Power Users Awardees:

 

Jen Bowers, Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

Parkview School District, Wisconsin

 

Natalie Carrignan, Director of Technology

Westport Public Schools, Connecticut

 

Britta DeJager, District Level School Psychologist

Spooner Area School District, Wisconsin

 

Andy Kastner, School Psychologist

School District of Black River Falls, Wisconsin

 

Elizabeth Lock, School Psychologist, Data Specialist, and MTSS Coordinator

Kirkwood School District, Missouri

 

2019 eduCLIMBER Platinum Level Certificate Awardees:

 

Ashley Bath, RtI Coordinator

Appleton Area School District, Wisconsin

 

Adam Broten, Curriculum Director

School District of North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

 

Amy Stenzel, Continuous Improvement Coordinator

Whitnall School District, Wisconsin

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