Mrs. Crystal Meyers and Mrs. Sue Simmons
Mrs James' father was a music teacher, but it wasn't until college that she decided she wanted to follow in his footsteps.
Mrs. Jessica Hutchison is a 3rd grade teacher at Edinboro Elementary School.
Mrs. Mac has been in the classroom 30 years. Every one of those years in the Penncrest School District.
Mrs. Laura Pratt is a 5th grade teacher at Chestnut Hill Elementary School.
Tom Deau teaches video and movie production at Cathedral Prep. But teaching is his second career.
Mrs. Canter teaches biology at Seneca High School.
Congratulations to Mr. Tim Mulholland this week's Jet 24 Edinboro University Golden Apple Award winner.
To suggest that Girard Middle School teacher Melissa Miseyka was excited to get this week's Golden Apple Award would be an understatement.
He makes sure anyone who wants to play in the iroquois High Scool Band gets a chance and an instrument.
This week's Golden Apple award winner is Mr. Steve Karns from Ft LeBoeuf Middle School
She teaches 10th grade math at General McLane High School.
This week's Golden Apple Award Winner is Mrs. Mary Ellen Messenger.
Tonight's Golden Apple Award winning teacher became a trainer of a different sort when her dream job didn't pan out.
Mrs. Darlene Feeney was a student coach at Saint Lukes Elementary School when a a nun asked her what she wanted to do with her life.
Being the son of an Erie surgeon, a medical career seemed likely, until one day he dreamed of teaching.
Mrs. Mary Wright teaches Math and Science at Villa Maria Elementary School.
At Fairview Middle School, Mr. Phillip Danials teaches 7th grade students Creative Writing, and how to share their inner most thoughts.
Mr. Dan Christiansen teaches 5th grade at Springfield Elementary School.
In her classroom, students are learning the meaning of tolerance, acceptance, understanding and kindness, and English too.
This weeks Golden Apple winner is Mrs Sharon Szmanski
Mr. Marsili is clearly making a difference in the lives of his students.
She’s a 3rd grade teacher at the Montessori School's south campus who is passionate about making a difference in her students’ lives.
In his nomination letter Cooper writes, "Mr. Hoffman has the capabilities to teach at a university as prestigious as Harvard but chooses to work at a small charter school in Erie."