Golden Apple

Congratulations to Tina Smith, this week's Golden Apple winner


The Golden Apple goes to Kiernan Sullivan of Callaway Elementary


Haley Cain wins this week's Golden Apple


Congratulations to Nathaniel Taylor, this week's Golden Apple winner


The Golden Apple goes to Caroline Williams of Van Butler Elementary


Marie McDougald wins this week's Golden Apple


Congratulations to Meghan Morris, this week's Golden Apple winner


The Golden Apple goes to Sharon Gilson of Arnold High School


Krissy Gentry wins this week's Golden Apple


Congratulations to Kimber Blount, this week's Golden Apple winner


The Golden Apple goes to Krista Chapman of Deer Point Elementary


Beverly Bylsma wins this week's Golden Apple


Congratulations to Jetiame Walsingham, this week's Golden Apple winner


The Golden Apple goes to Kelly Hodges of University Academy


Paula Weaver wins this week's Golden Apple


Congratulations to Betsy Balmer, this week's Golden Apple Winner


Congratulations to Denise Spears for winning this week's Golden Apple


The Golden Apple goes to Melissa Clark from Deane Bozeman School


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