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Published: Thursday, April 4, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Tout an educator for an Apple

Nominate a teacher, school staff member or educational program that has made a difference in your community for KCTS-TV's 22nd annual Golden Apple Awards for Excellence in Education.
Any person contributing time or services in Washington state schools from pre-K through grade 12 can be nominated. Teachers, administrators, school staff and volunteers, specific education or community programs and local businesses are all eligible. Nominations aere welcome from students, parents, teachers and community members.
Nominations can be made online at, or request a nomination form by calling 800-766-0900. Nomination forms must be postmarked by May 6.
A panel of education leaders from the community and past winners will select winners, who will be honored at ceremonies to be held in Seattle in early 2014. Winners will be profiled by KCTS-TV, Channel 9, and receive the Golden Apple trophy and a cash prize. Major Golden Apple sponsor PEMCO Insurance will also award each recipient a $1,500 grant to support their classroom, school or educational programs.
The Golden Apple Awards ceremony will air in prime time on public television stations statewide in February.

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