Nominate Someone for PLG’s Teacher of the Month

Premier Law Group is looking for King County teachers who are making a lasting impact in their community and in the lives of their students.

Each month, the firm will be recognizing one amazing teacher by providing their classroom with $150 to be used at the teacher’s discretion.

If you know a teacher that has made a distinct impression or changed someone’s life for the better, nominate them by filling out the form on this page.

Nominees must currently be teaching within King County. Outside of that, we don’t care if it’s your teacher, your child’s teacher, or a teacher you had several years ago. All we care is that you thought they were amazing.

As an added bonus, anyone who nominates a teacher that is selected by Premier Law Group as “Teacher of the Month” will also receive a $25 Amazon gift card as a thank you for helping to highlight the incredible work being done in the community.


Recent Winners


Teachers will be selected on a rolling basis, with an award given out each month during the school year. Premier Law Group will coordinate the monetary award through the school and winners will be highlighted and announced on the firm’s blog.

We appreciate your nominations and look forward to sharing in your amazing stories.

Why We Started the Teacher of the Month Program

The Teacher of the Month Program was started as part of our ongoing commitment to improving our community. We know how hard teachers work and the incredible impact a teacher can have on the lives of their students. We also know that budgets are tight and teachers are often paying out-of-pocket for supplies and necessities. This program is designed to provide a few deserving teachers with a small contribution to their classroom and also to highlight the outstanding work they’re doing in our schools.

More Teacher of the Month Winners


David Newton

Risdon Middle School

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Natalia Schroeder

Hazen High School

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Thomas Coraggio

Mount Rainier High School

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Marianne Null

Issaquah High School