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Golden Apple Awards nominees to be honored tonight in Joplin

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The Annual Golden Apple Awards recognize excellence in the teaching profession in the Joplin community and this year's nominees will be honored at a reception tonight at 6 p.m. in the Holiday Inn Hotel Ballroom.

Judging takes place over the next two months and the winners will be announced at the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet on April 25.

This year's nominees are:

Kindergarten-2nd Grade

  • Heather Anderson, Cecil Floyd Elementary
  • Cecile Brown, McKinley Elementary
  • Elizabeth Christian, Martin Luther School
  • Casey Darnell, Stapleton Elementary
  • Holly Davis, Duenweg/Duquesne Elementary
  • Karen Drake, St. Mary's Elementary
  • Rebecca Emery, College Heights Christian School
  • KyLeigh Garrett, Eastmorland Elementary
  • Stacie Hayes, Eastmorland Elementary
  • Carmi Hinman, Irving Elementary
  • Joanne Lown, Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School
  • Chelsea Marshall, Royal Heights Elementary
  • Katie Millard, Kelsey Norman Elementary
  • Susan Moore, Irving Elementary
  • Brenda Olds, Duenweg/Duquesne Elementary
  • Kerri Rea, Columbia Elementary
  • Stephanie Reither, Cecil Floyd Elementary
  • Bette Schoeberl, St. Mary's Elementary
  • Lora Seward, Royal Heights Elementary
  • Mary Sloan, Royal Heights Elementary
  • Erin Snodgrass, Cecil Floyd Elementary
  • Jennifer Williams, Columbia Elementary

3rd-5th Grade

  • Heidi Avery, Royal Heights Elementary
  • Susie Bradley, West Central Elementary
  • Jan Bradshaw, Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School
  • Brianna Brown, Royal Heights Elementary
  • Kelly Davis, McKinley Elementary
  • Laura Freeman, McKinley Elementary
  • Jennifer Fuller, West Central Elementary
  • Kyle Graves, Eastmorland Elementary
  • Sara Hoeppner, Eastmorland Elementary
  • James Hudspeth, McKinley Elementary
  • Savannah Johnston, Irving Elementary
  • Christi Kinder, College Heights Christian School
  • Cherie Kuklentz, Royal Heights Elementary
  • Emily Lone, St. Mary's Elementary
  • Kelly Miller, Emerson Elementary
  • Emily Mullins, Royal Heights Elementary
  • Jeremy O'Ferrell, Stapleton Elementary
  • Karen Robertson, Stapleton Elementary
  • Kevin Sadler, Eastmorland Elementary
  • Jennifer Sherrod, Kelsey Norman Elementary
  • Debi Staton, St. Mary's Elementary
  • Kristi Warden, Stapleton Elementary
  • John Wilcox, West Central Elementary

6th-8th Grade

  • John Atteberry, Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School
  • Karen Cameron, South Middle School
  • Zachary Fruits, South Middle School
  • Kalan Hubbard, North Middle School
  • Nate Kinast, Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School
  • Justin Kleinheider, Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School
  • Nick Moore, East Middle School
  • Nicole Peters, South Middle School
  • Sara Reineke, North Middle School
  • Julie Yonkers, East Middle School

9th-12th Grade

  • Janina Eads, Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School
  • Jessica Low, Joplin High School
  • Kelly Pyle, Joplin High School
  • Clarence Shelton, Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School
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