Nominate the teacher who’s “the cream of the crop!”
Have you ever had a teacher who has changed your life and made you want to learn? Now you can give something back to that someone who has given you so much.
Food City and News 12 want to reward the teachers who are going above and beyond the standard teaching methods. An area teacher will be selected to receive the Golden Apple Award and profiled every Tuesday on News 12 at 6pm. These winners will be selected from your nominations by a panel of judges. At the end of the school year, a Teacher of the Year will be chosen from the year’s winners.
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A teacher in Cleveland knows how to make learning math a little easier for her students.
A teacher and coach at the Howard School helped to bring baseball back to the school campus.
An East Ridge Elementary school teacher uses a hands on approach to teaching her students.
A Ridgeland High School teacher is being called unique, with unconventional ways of educating his students.
A North Murray High School teacher believes in her kids, and serves as a model for the school.
A Soddy Daisy Middle School teacher is helping his kids succeed.
A Ringgold Middle School teacher is encouraging her students to do their very best, and serving as a role model at the same time.
A teacher at East Hamilton Middle High School is not only helpful in the classroom, but her soothing nature makes learning easier.
A Brainerd High School teacher makes sure to tell her students they can do anything they want in life.
A McConnell elementary school teacher strikes a balance between keeping her kids engaged, and making learning fun.
A Central High school teacher makes sure kids with disabilities are treated the same as the rest of the students.
A teacher in Cleveland calls her job a lifelong, dream come true, and her students love her for her passion.
A Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School teacher spends her own money to make sure the kids in the drama club get a special experience.
A Ringgold Middle School teacher makes learning fun, and former students say there's no question he loves his job.
James Seiler of Loftis Middle School teaches social studies, and also coaches the cross country team, and girls soccer, earning him a Golden Apple Award.
An Ooltewah Middle School teacher knows how to make science a fun class for her students.
A Dade Elementary school assistant teacher makes sure her students feel right at home, from the very first day of school.
A Lakeside Academy teacher treats her students like family, and that's one reason she's been chosen as this week's Golden Apple Award winner.
A Ringgold Primary teacher makes sure to praise her students, and helps them set goals.
A Chattanooga Valley Middle School teacher is kind, respectful, and makes sure to connect with her students. That's why Lynn Duble is this week's Golden Apple Award winner.
A Ringgold High school teacher goes above and beyond to make sure her students succeed.
A Snow Hill Elementary school teacher puts her students first, and is always encouraging them to succeed. She is this week's Golden Apple Award winner.
A local teacher uses singing and dancing to help her students learn, and that's earned her a Golden Apple Award.
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