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  • Maria Barba, bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary in Hoffman Estates, reacts to receiving a key to Hoffman Estates by Hoffman Estates Mayor Bill McLeod after Barba was surprised in her class room with a Golden Apple Award, which recognizes outstanding pre-kindergarten through third grade teachers, on Wednesday.

       Maria Barba, bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary in Hoffman Estates, reacts to receiving a key to Hoffman Estates by Hoffman Estates Mayor Bill McLeod after Barba was surprised in her class room with a Golden Apple Award, which recognizes outstanding pre-kindergarten through third grade teachers, on Wednesday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Maria Barba, bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary in Hoffman Estates, listens to her students after being surprised in her classroom with a Golden Apple Award.

       Maria Barba, bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary in Hoffman Estates, listens to her students after being surprised in her classroom with a Golden Apple Award.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Maria Barba, bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary in Hoffman Estates, was surprised in her classroom with a Golden Apple Award on Wednesday.

       Maria Barba, bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary in Hoffman Estates, was surprised in her classroom with a Golden Apple Award on Wednesday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Maria Barba, bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary in Hoffman Estates, was surprised in her classroom with a Golden Apple Award on Wednesday.

       Maria Barba, bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary in Hoffman Estates, was surprised in her classroom with a Golden Apple Award on Wednesday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Maria Barba bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary reacts after receiving a hug from Gloria Harper, chief program officer at the Golden Apple Foundation.

       Maria Barba bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary reacts after receiving a hug from Gloria Harper, chief program officer at the Golden Apple Foundation.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Maria Barba bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary receives a hug from Gloria Harper, chief program officer at the Golden Apple Foundation.

       Maria Barba bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary receives a hug from Gloria Harper, chief program officer at the Golden Apple Foundation.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Maria Barba bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary in Hoffman Estates was surprised in her class room with a Golden Apple Award on Wednesday.

       Maria Barba bilingual teacher at Douglas MacArthur Elementary in Hoffman Estates was surprised in her class room with a Golden Apple Award on Wednesday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Robert Taylor, second grade teacher at Central Road Elementary in Rolling Meadows, receives a hug from Lisa Nuss, president of Classroom Teachers Council, after Taylor received a Golden Apple Award on Wednesday.

       Robert Taylor, second grade teacher at Central Road Elementary in Rolling Meadows, receives a hug from Lisa Nuss, president of Classroom Teachers Council, after Taylor received a Golden Apple Award on Wednesday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Robert Taylor, second grade teacher at Central Road Elementary in Rolling Meadows, receives a hug from Lisa Nuss, president of Classroom Teachers Council, after Taylor received a Golden Apple Award on Wednesday.

       Robert Taylor, second grade teacher at Central Road Elementary in Rolling Meadows, receives a hug from Lisa Nuss, president of Classroom Teachers Council, after Taylor received a Golden Apple Award on Wednesday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Robert Taylor, second grade teacher at Central Road Elementary in Rolling Meadows, receives a hug from Lisa Nuss, president of Classroom Teachers Council, after Taylor received a Golden Apple Award on Wednesday.

       Robert Taylor, second grade teacher at Central Road Elementary in Rolling Meadows, receives a hug from Lisa Nuss, president of Classroom Teachers Council, after Taylor received a Golden Apple Award on Wednesday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Highland School second grade teacher Kathy Burns reacts to seeing many of her family and friends arrive in her classroom Wednesday after being surprised with the Golden Apple teaching award.

       Highland School second grade teacher Kathy Burns reacts to seeing many of her family and friends arrive in her classroom Wednesday after being surprised with the Golden Apple teaching award.
    Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

  • Highland School second grade teacher Kathy Burns, right, smiles at her students after being presented with the Golden Apple teaching award by Mark Alan Jones of the Golden Apple Foundation, center.

       Highland School second grade teacher Kathy Burns, right, smiles at her students after being presented with the Golden Apple teaching award by Mark Alan Jones of the Golden Apple Foundation, center.
    Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

  • Highland School second grade teacher Kathy Burns, right, gets a big hug from school principal Susan Stuckey after being surprised Wednesday when a horde of photographers, reporters, friends, and relatives burst into her classroom. She is Naperville's first winner this year of the Golden Apple Award for outstanding teaching.

       Highland School second grade teacher Kathy Burns, right, gets a big hug from school principal Susan Stuckey after being surprised Wednesday when a horde of photographers, reporters, friends, and relatives burst into her classroom. She is Naperville's first winner this year of the Golden Apple Award for outstanding teaching.
    Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

  • Highland School second graders react to their teacher, Kathy Burns, being given the Golden Apple award for outstanding teaching. Student Keaton Crument, center right, was especially excited, saying "I was so happy for her. She's a great teacher. And, she made all the subjects really fun for me."

       Highland School second graders react to their teacher, Kathy Burns, being given the Golden Apple award for outstanding teaching. Student Keaton Crument, center right, was especially excited, saying "I was so happy for her. She's a great teacher. And, she made all the subjects really fun for me."
    Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

 

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