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Twenty-Eight FCPS Teachers Earn Certificates for Participation in Kennedy Center Arts Program
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From Fairfax County Public Schools:

Twenty-eight Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) teachers have received certificates of study for their participation in the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ Changing Education Through the Arts (CETA) program.

Teachers in the CETA program participate in workshops led by artists and arts educators, learning how to integrate the arts in their teaching through programs designed to meet their needs, interests, and experience. 

The following FCPS teachers received 2011 certificates of study:

  • Bailey’s Elementary School for the Arts and Sciences:  Lauren Golleher, Betsy Mauro, Rosalba Mendoza, Lauren Nye, Indiana Obando, Rebecca Pietak, Christina Roehm, and Marcela Zuniga.
  • Canterbury Woods Elementary School:  Kelli Daniels, Anne Marie Hardy, Lynn Kinni, Patricia Leyh, Lisa Malcomb, Betsy McArdle, Sarah Payerchin, and Amy Trimble.
  • Fort Hunt Elementary School:  Jennike Horacek and Gayla Kobialka.
  • Graham Road Elementary School:  Brian Maxwell.
  • Hayfield Secondary School:  Phyllis Gron.
  • Hybla Valley Elementary School:  Suzanne Parrish.
  • Lake Anne Elementary School:  Sara Lilley, Dorothy Skolnitsky, and Michelle Taylor.
  • Sangster Elementary School:  Jennifer Lambert.
  • Stratford Landing Elementary School:  Phyllis Edwards.
  • Terra Centre Elementary School:  Tiffany Koch.
  • Woodburn Elementary School for the Fine and Communicative Arts:  Natalie Gilliom.

The FCPS teachers were among more than 700 teachers in the metropolitan Washington, D.C., area who participate in the CETA program.

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