Ms. Wanda Barefoot of South Smiths Station Elementary wins MEA G - WRBL

Ms. Wanda Barefoot of South Smiths Station Elementary wins MEA Golden Apple Award

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This week's MEA Golden Apple Award winner was described to us as a teacher who goes out of her way to encourage her students.

She is South Smiths Station Elementary kindergarten teacher Wanda Barefoot.

The 9-year teaching veteran was nominated by Tiffany Davis who also said Ms. Barefoot is dedicated to the success of her students and works hard to give each one of them a good foundation.

Barefoot told us the award is like an early Christmas present.

Congratulations again to teacher Wanda Barefoot, this week's MEA Federal Credit Union Golden Apple Award winner.

Anyone can nominate their teacher for a Golden Apple by filling out a nominating form on our website.

You can tune in to see if your favorite teacher has been selected every Wednesday on Evening Edition and Nightwatch during the school year.

 

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