2019 Red Apple Awards

What is The Red Apple Award?

Classroom Antics summer camps are an amazing experience. They are filled with a vast amount of educational enrichment, new friends, and lifetime memories. These experiences are made possible by our experienced teachers. From the preparation and training to be masters of the technologies they teach to the high-energy they deliver in the classroom during the week of camp, our teachers run a fun, educational, and professional camp. Red Apple Awards are our way to recognize those teachers who go above and beyond for their students.

Special Announcement for Special Teachers

This year, we’d like to give the Red Apple Award to two teachers that stood out to parents, students, and their peers. They created uniquely positive experiences for students and parents, going above and beyond. Our star teachers were also supportive peers, helping their fellow teachers when needed. And for all this, we are appreciative and grateful.

Amy Fisher
2019 Teacher of the Year
Meaghan Rooney
2019 Rookie of the Year

Award for 2019 Teacher of the Year

Amy Fisher has taught with Classroom Antics for two summer seasons. She is the definition of a selfless teacher, giving everything 100%. She was a very diverse teacher this summer. Amy learned all eight of our technology programs and taught students of all age ranges. Amy is also one of our select instructors that deliver programs for our VIP partners. She is an intelligent and dynamic educator who loves kids and creates memorable experiences.

Honorable Mention: Phil Stoll, Dan Humphrey, Chris Carlson

Award for 2019 Rookie of the Year

Meaghan Rooney was a stand-out candidate and a stand-out teacher. Classroom Antics hit the jackpot with this superstar teacher in her first year. Parents and students loved attending camp with Meaghan. She is an engaging teacher with a heart of gold. Meghan has excellent classroom management and is a continuous learner herself. She exemplifies our company’s core values, trustworthy, appreciative, positive, and empowering.

Honorable mentions: Sarah Kaufmann, Austin Owens, LeAnn Maddox