Auburn Mountainview teacher named Rising Star

The Journalism Education Association has named Stephanie Keagle, language arts teacher at Auburn Mountainview High School, a 2012 Rising Star.

Keagle will be honored on April 14 during the JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention in Seattle.

The Rising Star Awards recognize teachers with one to five years of journalism teaching and/or advising experience who demonstrate a commitment to journalism education and show promise as up-and-coming advisers.

Keagle was the only adviser selected from Washington State, and one of only eight honored nationwide.


Congressman Adam Smith recently announced nominated Auburn High's Joseph Lee for the U.S. Military Academy and U.S. Air Force Academy. ...

Three teachers have earned National Board Certification. They are: Christa Jeffreys (third grade, Lakeland Hills Elementary); Stephanie Knapp (third grade, Lakeland Hills); and Alise Louie (fourth grade, Evergreen Heights Elementary). The certification process, developed by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS), is a symbol of professional teaching excellence. Certification is optional and does not replace state licensing. ...

Rob Swaim, director of athletics and career and technical education in the Auburn School District, has earned the title of "Certified Athletic Administrator" after successfully completing the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA) certification program. ...

Auburn's Michelle M. Happenny (senior, biology, straight A's); and Joseph Briggs (sophomore, exercise and sport science, 3.5 or better) made the fall honor roll at Oregon State University. ...

The following Evergreen Heights Elementary School students were awarded for exemplifying the December's trait, acceptance: Adileni Nunez-Hernandez, Alyssa Napier, Inho Jeon, Jessica Low, Austin Cox, Keegan Yu, Arel Wade, Demetrius Syvyy, Mele Teulilo, Nick Relf, Madilyn Huynh, Rigoberto Rodriguez, Kimberly Mendoza-Barajas and Mackenzie Starr.

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