Lindsay Bunker from Battlefield Primary wins our Golden Apple Award

FORT OGLETHORPE, Georgia (WDEF) – Lindsay Bunker is the winner of this week’s Golden Apple Award from News 12 Now and Food City. She wants to make sure her students succeed.

The 1st grade teacher at Battlefield Primary school tries to uplift, and support all of her kids.

The students know she is making a difference.

That’s why she has earned this week’s Golden Apple Award.

On behalf of news 12 and food city, I would like to present you this weeks golden apple teacher award. Everybody clap your hands (APPLAUSE).

Geoffrey: I was fortunate enough to get her here. And in a word if you were to ask me one word to describe her it’s passionate. She, she it’s hard to describe. She has a passion for kids. She loves each and every one of them. She does not want any child to be left behind.

Lindsay: I am at a first grade teacher at Battlefield primary school. I teach mostly gift it but a lot of kids are on grade level if not higher.

Lindsay: I love my students. I am very passionate about what I do. I called them my babies because, because they are my babies. I love helping them anyway I can.”

“She is awesome. She is the best teacher. She is the best teacher ever. Miss Bunker loves the class so much that she loves us very much. She will help us figure out the year.”

Lindsay: “I love to see my kids succeed. That is like the biggest blessing as a teacher is just working with them and seeing them grow getting that, ah light bulb that goes off whenever they get the right answer. Seeing them work so hard no matter if they are struggling; whatever they are doing. I love to see that they are capable of just answering the questions that I have. Or just being part of a community. They know we are a family and our classroom and that they take that very seriously. So we are loving and caring we are loving and caring. We are always listening to each other’s hopes and dreams in the future. We are trying to make it fun, interact-active, engaging. We are always differentiating according to what they need. It’s just a great atmosphere for all of the kids.”

To view other winners of the award or to nominate a teacher you feel has gone above and beyond in helping students, visit the News 12 Now Golden Apple page.

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