Apple Awards

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About the Apple Awards

Created in 2006, the Apple Awards is the Douglas County School District's (DCSD) premier awards ceremony, providing an opportunity to recognize and celebrate excellent teachers and the outstanding contribution of Douglas County School District staff. The event is organized by the Foundation for Douglas County Schools and proceeds from the ceremony benefit DCSD classrooms. 

The Foundation for Douglas County Schools is proud to be hosting the 15th Annual Apple Awards VIRTUALLY on Friday, April 9, 2021. You are invited to join us as we celebrate YOU and all of the amazing accomplishments this year in the Douglas County School District!

The night is going to be fun, outrageous and epic! You’re going to celebrate in the comfort of your home by first attending our VIRTUAL HOUSE PARTY with professionally-hosted breakout rooms of your choice, including exclusive experiences such as LEGO® Building Challenges, Party Games Mayhem and Trivia. Then stay tuned in for the night’s BIG REVEAL!

The Big Reveal!
Click here to read about our winners!

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