Golden Apple Foundation of New Mexico has announced the final nominees for their 2017 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching. 103 high school teachers from all over New Mexico have been nominated by students, parents, peers, administrators, or community members for this prestigious award. These educators have been recognized by persons believing them to be outstanding and worthy of special recognition because of their exceptional ability to inspire students to learn, think, and create. Nominated teachers are being celebrated all across the state.
One of these teachers, Nate Raynor, comes from Mescalero Apache School in Mescalero, NM.
All nominees and their administrators have been notified of their achievement. If they are eligible and choose to apply, they may be one of the seven teachers honored with the 2017 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching, which includes a $1,500 cash stipend, a $4,000 professional development fund, and membership in the Golden Apple Academy of Fellows.
For a complete list of nominees, visit goldenapplenm.org