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Dothan teacher selected as ‘Teacher of the Month’ by national law firm

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Dothan teacher selected as ‘Teacher of the Month’ by national law firm

Highlands Elementary School teacher Emily Harrison has been selected as an Alexander Shunnarah Teacher of the Month because of her proven commitment and dedication to the next generation.

Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys sponsors the 4th Annual “Alexander Shunnarah Teacher of the Month” initiative. The Alabama-headquartered personal injury law firm leads the nationwide campaign spotlighting K-12 teachers throughout the United States for their work and commitment to impacting their students’ lives.

“As a father of three, nothing is more important to me than the future of our country’s next generation,” Alexander Shunnarah, founder and CEO of Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys, said. “Through the Teacher of the Month campaign, our goal is to honor and highlight the dedication of educators across the United States. Teachers are the building blocks for our children’s success, and my law firm is proud to support their hard work each year through this token of our appreciation.”

Over the last three years, the initiative has received thousands of nominations and honored more than 80 teachers across the country. This year, the 4th Annual "Alexander Shunnarah Teacher of the Month" campaign celebrates five teachers each month, accepting nominations from every state and region.

Selected teachers receive a $500 VISA gift card to purchase supplies and resources for their classrooms, and their headshots are featured on an Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys digital billboard.

To nominate a teacher, visit https://shunnarah.com/teacher-of-the-month/ and complete the form with detailed and specific information explaining why your nominee is deserving of the “Alexander Shunnarah Teacher of the Month” honor. Nominations are open and will continue monthly until May 2023 for the 2022-2023 school year.

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