Ninety-three educators have been
nominated for the Golden Apple Awards.
They were nominated by students,
parents and teacher colleagues.
All the nominations will be
reviewed and scored by a panel of independent judges and three nominees from
each category will be selected to move on to the interview stage by the selection
panel. Scores will be tabulated by KPMG.
The 4th Golden Apple Awards will take
place at The Harquail Theatre on Saturday, 29 May, and comprise of a champagne reception
at 6pm, pre-award ceremony at 7pm and the awards show at 8pm. This black tie
event is televised live and sponsored by Cayman Free Press, Maples, Dart, KMPG,
(Cayman) Ltd. Walkers, and NCB Cayman Ltd. but there are more sponsor
opportunities available. The public is invited to support Cayman’s educators by
purchasing their tickets to attend from Joanne Diaz-Berry at 949-8090 (ext.
123) or by email to [email protected] Tickets cost $100 each
and all proceeds go back into Chamber educational programmes.
There are seven categories for
nomination: Primary School Teacher in a Public School, Primary School Teacher
in a Private School, Middle School Teacher in a Public School, Middle School
Teacher in a Private School, High School Teacher in a Public School, High
School Teacher in a Private School, Principal in a Public or Private School.
The following are the named nominees for the 2010 Chamber of Commerce Golden
First Baptist Christian School
Grace Christian Academy
Kima Cunningham Hemmings
Truth for Youth School
Wesleyan Christian Academy
Cayman Prep and High
Triple C School
St. Ignatius Catholic School
Leading Edge High School – GH
Heritage High School – GH Campus
New Horizons High School – GH
Cecile Miller – White
Red Bay Primary School
Bodden Town Primary School
East End Primary School
North Side Primary School
John A. Cumber Primary School
John Gray High School
Alternative Education Centre
Pace High School
Joy Rose Frater
Yvonne Lawe Gonzales