Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen Recognizes the 2010 Virginia Teacher of the Year: A Community Advocate

Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen congratulates Catherine S. Webb on her recent selection as the 2010 Virginia Teacher of the Year.  In recognition of this honor, the Allen Law Firm awarded her a check in the amount of $2,500.

Catherine S. Webb was also recognized as the Virginia Region VII Teacher of the Year 2010. She is a speech language pathologist and a teacher of special education at Narrows Elementary/Middle School in Giles County Public Schools. In addition to teaching, Ms. Webb is the developer and instructor of the Giles County Autism Special Instruction Program. She is a strong community advocate, developing and opening the first licensed day-care and pre-school in her county once she recognized the need. She is a past president of the Junior Women’s Club as well as the local PTA. Over the past two years, Mrs. Webb created a countywide program to provide instructional opportunities for students with autism and a web site on autism for the school division. Her commitment to her community, the programs she developed for students with autism and their parents and her skills as a speech pathologist makes this clearly a well-deserved honor.

Allen and Allen is also pleased to recognize the 2010 Virginia Regional Teachers of the Year: Carolyn R. Wilkerson, Marjorie A. Wallace, Susan L. Catlett, Jennifer C. L. Larsen, Jami N. Key, Mark L. Ingerson and Carolyn D. Lewis.

The personal injury law firm of Allen & Allen has been a proud supporter of the Virginia Teacher of the Year program for more than a decade.  “We feel that there is no more important activity than the education of our children and we are pleased to once again represent the state’s business community in honoring the excellent teachers in our state” -Clayton Allen.