Montlick partners with Fox 5 Atlanta to recognize exceptional teachers within our communities.
The program invites viewers to nominate deserving high school teachers and share what makes these teachers exceptional.
About this Program
Five finalists are selected by Fox 5’s Good Day Atlanta producers to be recognized and featured in a special segment on Good Day Atlanta. Each finalist receives $500 from Montlick Injury Attorneys.
Once all High 5 for Teachers finalists have been recognized, the public votes to determine which teacher is the grand prize winner. Montlick will donate $2,500 to the winning teacher’s school.
Our team at Montlick is greatly appreciative for all our teachers and for their dedication and commitment to our children. Congratulations to our High 5 Teachers!
High 5 for Teachers Finalists
Congratulations Wendy Ross from Kennesaw Mountain High School our 2022 High 5 for Teachers Winner!
2022 High 5 for Teachers Finalists
Wendy Ross - Kennesaw Mountain High School
Ashley Welsch - East Forsyth High School
Robert 'Chief' Robinson - Chattooga High School
Janet Brown - Newnan High School
Ken Austin - Tri-Cities High School
Congratulations Tara Thieleke from Rockdale County High School our 2021 High 5 for Teachers Winner!
2021 High 5 for Teachers Finalists
Cindy Benton - East Jackson Comprehensive High School
Lori Bush - Pike County High School
Tara Thieleke - Rockdale High School
Richard Garner - Booker T. Washington High School
Herbert Jackson - Central Gwinnett High School
Congratulations Curtis Woodhouse from Westlake High School our 2020 High 5 for Teachers Winner!
2020 High 5 for Teachers Finalists
Lindsay Albano - Roswell High School
Curtis Woodhouse - Westlake High School
Sandie Albritton - Alcovy High School
Alex Jordan - Madison County High School
Megan Ivester - Mill Creek High School
Congratulations Ty Manning from Morgan County High School our 2019 High 5 for Teachers Winner!
2019 High Five for Teachers Finalists
Adrienne Edwards - Maynard H. Jackson High School
Ty Manning - Morgan County High School
Rebekah Jordan - South Paulding High School
Keith Pankey - Dawson County High School
Franchesca Thompson - South Gwinnett High School
2014 High Five for Teachers Finalists:
- Breana Vining – C.J. Hicks Elementary
- Dr. Stacy Lawson – Flat Shoals Elementary
- Erika Pereira – B.ES.T. Academy High School
- Marvin Strong – Narvie J. Harris Traditional Theme School
- Katy King – General Ray Davis Middle School
2014 High Five for Teachers Winner
Congratulations to Mr. Marvin Strong from Narvie J. Harris Traditional Theme School-2014 High 5 for Teachers Winner.
At Montlick, we have a longstanding history of giving back to the community. With over 20 public service programs, we can reach more than our client list, building relationships and improving lives in our surrounding communities.
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