Three outstanding UW-Green Bay alumni were declared Golden Apple Award winners this year. Larry Laraby, ’98 (English and ’07 graduate in MS Applied Leadership), is a 9-12 grade teacher at Preble High School. April Moran ’97 (Elementary Education) is a kindergarten teacher at Cormier Early Education Center. Nick Rusboldt, ’04 (Urban and Regional Studies) and ’09 (Elementary Education), is a member of the Kewaunee School District’s special education team. The Green Bay Press Gazette has the story.
The Green Bay Press-Gazette reports that alumna Renee Stein was one of six educators in Northeastern Wisconsin to earn this year’s Golden Apple Awards, a program driven by Partners in Education, part of the Greater Green Bay Chamber.
Congratulations to the Golden Apple Winners of Northeast Wisconsin. The annual awards recognize the region’s most outstanding teachers are well represented by UW-Green Bay graduates. Ashley Post, a 2013 graduate who teaches kindergarten at Wrightstown Elementary school, will receive the Golden Apple. Among the educators named teachers of distinction are Kevin Flogel ’92, Kim Hess ‘82, Mary Hurst ’09, Jill King ’90, Marie Kubichek ’02 Kimberly Schofield ’09 and Danielle Schreiner ’11. And members of teams: Vickie Quinn ‘06, Amy Heusterberg-Richards ’15 and Riley Woldt ’97. That’s quite the representation from UWGB. The Golden Apple 2016 Awards Program will be held from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, April 20. More here.