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Students encouraged to nominate top teachers for Crystal Apple Awards

12:40 AM, Feb. 6, 2013
Nasonville kindergarten teacher Val Krall talks with her class Tuesday about what she would do with $1,000 for her classroom if she won a Crystal Apple Award as Main Street Marshfield Executive Director Denise Sonnemann visits the school to kick off nominations for the awards.
Nasonville kindergarten teacher Val Krall talks with her class Tuesday about what she would do with $1,000 for her classroom if she won a Crystal Apple Award as Main Street Marshfield Executive Director Denise Sonnemann visits the school to kick off nominations for the awards.
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Business leaders in central Wisconsin were in classrooms Tuesday morning thanking teachers for their service.

The event formally kicked off the 2013 Crystal Apple Awards, as students were encouraged to nominate their teachers for the award aimed at highlighting the passion and dedication of teachers in central Wisconsin.

"I think it's a great way to recognize teachers, and I have children in school and I know how much they value them," said Denise Sonnemann, executive director for Main Street Marshfield, who visited Nasonville Elementary on Tuesday. "It's great to hear how much ...

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