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Honoring Committed Educators in Michigan

Exceptional Educators logoNominate an Exceptional Educator Award Winners: Read their Stories

An Exceptional Educator will be chosen every month and Giroux Pappas Trial Attorneys will donate $1000 to their school or program.

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Community Support and Participation is Important to Us

As personal injury attorneys we see so many people at the lowest times in their lives. They are struggling to get through something horrific and life changing, and we work hard to try and give them back some sense of security.

Supporting the Committed Educators in our Communities

We see educators giving back everyday and want to honor their immense contribution to our community. In our schools, extra-curricular activities and churches, there are people really making a difference in our children’s lives. We would like your help in recognizing some of these Exceptional Educators.

Supporting Teachers – Now More Than Ever

“I believe its important to recognize educators’ contribution to society, especially during this challenging time. Next to parents they often have the most significant impact on our children”.

– Bob Giroux

How to Nominate

Visit our partner wxyz.com to nominate a real difference maker for our children. Tell us in 200 words what makes this educator so special to their students. Was it one spectacular thing? Or something they do all year long. We want to hear about it.

For contest details and to nominate an educator, visit https://www.wxyz.com/about-us/contests/exceptional-educators.

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Winner of the Month

JuneDonna Marie Hall June 2022 Exceptional Educator - Donna Marie Hall

Congratulations Donna Marie Hall of George Washington Carver Academy, Highland Park.

Ms. Hall strives to make genuine connections with all of her students and their families. She believes that through engagement with the whole family, there is a strong sense of trust that allows Ms. Hall to effectively educate every student she meets. Thank you Ms. Hall for being an Exceptional Educator!

MaySara McCray

Congratulations Sara McCray of Fraser High School, Fraser

Ms. McCray created a cafe in the school cafeteria for her students to run and gain valuable life skills. With the cafe comes a feeling of pride from her students and relief from other students who get to enjoy the fresh donuts and other delicious foods. Thank you Ms. McCray for being an Exceptional Educator!

AprilHope Comerford April Exceptional Educator Hope Comerford

Congratulations Hope Comerford of Green Elementary, Chesterfield

Ms. Comerford is a music teacher for all grades and goes “above and beyond everyday” said her nominator. Hope, a music teacher, received a $1,000 gift for her school, and we are happy to report the money will go back into the music program!

MarchClora Smith February Exceptional Educator Clora Smith

Congratulations Clora Smith, Greenfield Union Elementary, Detroit

“Ms. Smith gives her all to her fabulous first graders each day. Even in the toughest circumstances, she finds ways to motivate them to do their best and engage with the learning in authentic ways,” said her nominator. Our sincerest thanks and applause to Ms. Smith and all our nominees for all you do for the children in your classroom!

FebruaryTiffany Markavich March Exceptional Educator Tiffany M

Congratulations Tiffany Markavick, Halecreek Elementary , Romulus.

“Tiffany is a loving caring first grade teacher that makes every child feel special and loved.” Thank you, Ms. Markavick, for being an Exceptional Educator.

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