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Breyer Law Offices announces Mesa teacher as winner of Teacher Appreciation Award
Phoenix-based law firm Breyer Law awards one deserving winner $250 with a classroom lunch party, each month.
By dropping in for a surprise visit, giant check in hand, Breyer surprised Faith Christian students and staff, and delighted the more-than-deserving Mesa educator.
“She has been nothing but a blessing to our family,” wrote the winning nomination. “She strives to push all children to be the best that they can be in every subject.”
Copps is in her 21st year of teaching, and has spent the last eight working for Faith Christian School in Mesa. She credits her strong faith for giving her the strength to keep working for the children.
Appreciating the best
All too often great teachers go unrecognized for the hard work and dedication they pour into the classroom. The Breyer’s Teacher Appreciation Award aims to give credit where it is due, by rewarding one amazing teacher each month.
Mark and Alexis, successful attorneys and parents to 8 children, know first hand the impact a great teacher makes. “I grew up seeing the importance of teachers in communities, and saw first hand how they give so freely, so their students can thrive,” said Mark Breyer.
Anyone can nominate a deserving teacher online, by filling out an entry form at BreyerLaw.com/
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The Team for Teachers: Breyer Law Offices
Mark and Alexis Breyer, The Husband and Wife Law Team, have been practicing personal injury law in Arizona for 17 years. The firm was voted best law firm by a subsection of the Arizona Tribune, and Mark has been named a Top 5 injury lawyer for the past three years. They also both hold perfect 10/10 “Superb” ratings on Avvo.com, a national attorney rating service.
The couple’s biggest source of pride is their happy clients. The law firm handles all serious injury and wrongful death cases, including auto, semi-truck, motorcycle, construction site, dog bites, premise liability and other injuries caused by another’s negligence.
Page Updated Last on: Nov 27, 2013