Missoula
30° F
Light Freezing Fog
Light Freezing Fog
Kalispell
37° F
Rain
Rain
Bozeman
33° F
Clear
Clear
Advertisement

KCFW Gold Star Award

Published On: Jul 13 2010 01:09:31 AM MDT
Updated On: May 25 2012 03:35:48 AM MDT

The 2014-2015 school year marks the 23rd year in which the GOLD STAR AWARDS have honored excellence in education. This program brings public recognition to educators (K-12) who have made significant contributions toward better education.

KCFW-TV 9 viewers are encouraged to nominate a favorite teacher who has made a difference in their lives. Parents, students, former students and anyone can make a nomination simply by noting the teacher's name, school and why he or she deserves the GOLD STAR AWARD.

Nominations can be mailed to KCFW-TV 9, P.O. Box 857, Kalispell, Montana 59903 or emailed to goldstar@kcfw.com. Each nomination is reviewed by a selection committee made up of persons from the education community.

Nine winners are chosen, one per month during the school year, from around western Montana. Once a winner is selected, KCFW produces and airs a winner profile on the station. Each winner also receives an attractive GOLD STAR AWARD plaque.

Click Here to Submit a Nomination for the Gold Star Award.

HONORING EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION

Here's what the kids have to say...

"She is the best teacher I have had...I wish I could stay in 6th grade!...Thanks for putting on a special for kids like me to express their feelings because teachers deserve a big thanks." -- Sixth Grader

"...I still remember how she changed my life." -- Seventh Grader

"...He told me that I could do anything I want as long as I believe in myself. And I did it! He also taught me how to set goals and learn leadership." -- Eleventh Grader

This is how the winners feel...

"I was honored to receive the Gold Star Award...I am not accustomed to being singled out for doing something I truly love, teaching."

"...It is an honor and one I will cherish."

"Your contribution to positive support of the Montana education process is greatly needed and appreciated..."