Technology Teacher Receives $100 OfficeMax Gift Card

2nd and 3rd Grade Technology Teacher at Robert Gray Elementary Receives $100 Award


Davis Law Group, P.S., a Seattle-based law firm, in partnership with OfficeMax, is pleased to announce that Dan Sundstrom is a recipient of the Davis Law Group School Supplies Gift Program. Mr. Sundstrom is a 2nd and 3rd grade teacher at Robert Gray Elementary School.

Mr. Sundstrom is an innovative educator and believes in teaching his students in a modern approach. He teaches technology to 2nd and 3rd graders at Robert Gray Elementary.

Aside from teaching technology, he also sings to his students every day to engage them in reading and math. Mr. Sundstrom burns songs on CD’s for his students to take home and continue learning.

His supervisor Dr. Noreen Sampson nominated Mr. Sundstrom for this award. Dr. Sampson says that he spends a lot of money on CD’s, DVD’s, colored ink for printers and many books. He works hard to keep his classroom stocked with the necessities but it is a high expense. 

Davis Law Group is honored to award Mr. Sundstrom with a $100 OfficeMax gift card to pursue his teaching efforts in technology. 

Attorney Chris Davis and his wife started a program to help public school teachers get extra classroom supplies without having to spend their own money. The Davis Law Group School Supplies Gift Program gives a $100 OfficeMax gift card each week to a deserving Washington State Public school teacher and his/her class. Anyone can nominate a teacher for this program, teachers, and students, parents, and administrators.