2010 Golden Apple Award Winners

 G.A. Trophy - Small

Excellence In Education

It's not hard to guess that an elementary school principal in Sultan, a librarian in Seattle, and a teacher in Tacoma would have children and education as common interests. 

It makes sense that a principal in Spokane, a teacher in Chehalis, and the leaders of a systems biology program in the heart of our bio-med region would make learning a top priority. But these, and four more Washington educators and program leaders, have something else in common. They are all 2010 Golden Apple Award Winners.

Teachers Rule - SmallThey are the cream of the crop. The heroes within our educational system. They have an edge when it comes to preparing children - you can see it in each of them. Even more so, you can see it in the students that they teach. Last week, I joined a standing room only crowd at Seattle's Intiman Theater to celebrate the accomplishments of this years winners. I had my program, my notebook, and my pen. I was ready to listen for the edge and capture it. 
Check here to see what I found.

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Rod Brooks (that's me) is VP & CMO of PEMCO Mutual Insurance Company and serves as Immediate Past Chair of the Board of Directors for the Word of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA).  It's important to disclose both of those relationships and to be clear that this is my personal blog where I share thoughts and opinions that are solely my own.  Contact me!

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