The Apple Awards honors and celebrates excellence in education. This year, more than 5,000 nominations were submitted. 188 Apple Representatives from schools and departments were then selected by the Foundation in January. Of this outstanding group of education leaders, five individuals were awarded with an Apple Award.
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The Douglas County Educational Foundation has released the names of the individuals who have been named as 2017 Apple Award representatives. The teachers and support staff members listed here were chosen from this year’s field of Apple Award nominations, submitted by members of the Douglas County School District community.
In response to teacher feedback and a desire to encourage even more students, parents and employees to participate -- the Douglas County Educational Foundation announced plans this week to expand its nomination window for the upcoming 12th Annual Apple Awards. The Foundation will accept nominations starting, Monday, November 14, 2016 and the window will remain open through Winter Break to Friday, January 13, 2017.
The ballroom at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel was packed with Douglas County educators as Douglas County School District’s best were honored during the annual Apple Awards.
The Douglas County Educational Foundation has released the names of the individuals who have been named as 2016 Apple Award representatives.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2016 Apple Awards. Deadline: Sunday, October 4!
The Douglas County School District celebrated the work of its teachers, support staff and administrators during the 2015 Apple Awards.
DOUGLAS COUNTY – Last week Apple Award Certificates with pewter Apple Award pins attached, were sent to at schools and sites for distribution to nominees during Apple Celebration Week, February 16-20.
There hasn’t been a lot of time for the new leader of the Douglas County Educational Foundation (DCEF) to get his bearings.
For teachers, changing the your classroom philosophy and approach is not something that is easily done. Walking into Jenny Henry’s 5th grade classroom at Copper Mesa Elementary, it’s obvious this isn’t an “old school” teacher-led class.
Molding young, impressionable minds into a professional level journalist is quite the challenge. In the fast-paced world of 21st century journalism, digital natives at Mountain Vista High School are at the top of their game.
The Douglas County School District gathered on Saturday to honor some of the District’s best educators, support staff members and administrators during the 2014 Apple Awards.
DOUGLAS COUNTY – On Saturday, March 1, the 2014 Apple Awards will recognize the excellence and dedication of Douglas County School District (DCSD) employees.