WEB EXTRA on this week's Golden Apple Award winner!
Fourth Grade Teacher Brandon Herod was floored when we showed up during a program in the school auditorium.
A unique coincidence led to us honoring this Victor Social Studies teacher.
Ann Marie Panpinto is the newest Golden Apple Award winner.
Doug Yaw was nominated for a Golden Apple Award by a student he taught more than 30 years ago.
Susan Sanbury left a career as a microbiologist at the University of Rochester to teach at Rush-Henrietta High School.
A student wanted to give his teacher a Golden Apple Award because he had just learned how to read- and he is 43 years old.
Glenda VanRy is retiring after 30 years with the Geneseo Central School District.
A 1st grader nominated teacher Brenda Ward for a Golden Apple Award. He says she had changed his outlook on school.
Kathy Ragan is a modest woman who would never brag about her own importance.
Barbara Agness has always kept a former student in her heart, and even a change of schools could not keep him from saying thank you to her.
Watch as Kevin Doran surprises Holly Hanushevsky with a Golden Apple Award.
Holly Hanushevsky teaches in an integrated classroom at Rochester's East Foundation Academy.
It is not often you find an educator as beloved as Jeff Hemelinck is in Newark.
Students in the chorus at Eastridge High School love Ellice Amendolare.
Rich Thompson is an associate professor of Jazz Studies at the Eastman School of Music, but he has also been a teacher at Burger Middle School in Henrietta for 28 years.
Claudia Montecalvo was inspired to become a teacher by her 3rd grade teacher.
Fourth grade teacher Stephanie DePaul-Pragel was nominated by a little girl who says her classroom feels like family.
Colleen Widrick was nominated by a young man who used only three words in his letter to News 8.
We celebrate a veteran who teaches other veterans.