An agricultural teacher in Brown County has poured many hours of her own time into shaping her students' success. And the outstanding impact she has created with students has made her the winner of the
Mary Hoffmann's standard for success with her students has propelled many of her pupils to an fulfilling life, earning her the Golden Apple Award.
Teachers want their students to succeed. But when a teacher inspires a student's life...that is something special. Matthew Lund has sparked a bright interest in his students. Teaching welding and technology
Forging a strong understanding in welding, Matthew Lund sparks a bright interest in his classroom.
Math is not a subject most students look forward to, but when you get that one special teacher it can change everything.This week's Golden Apple winner may have been forewarned about winning the award
Students of Mr. Cole learn the importance of hard work and respect to build success earning him the Golden Apple Award.
Paraprofessionals make a significant impact on a child's success, providing guidance and compassion each and every day.If a student falls under the guidance of a paraprofessional for some time, a special
Pat Larkin, a paraprofessional, has worked with Carson Zabel and in those three years has made noticeable improvements in his life.
Teaching the second grade in Hartley Elementary School in Waseca, Mrs. Remund has maintained a passion for keeping her students excited for learning. Lori Remund says, "We did QR code scavenger hunt and
This second grade teacher continually finds new ways to keep students engaged and excited.