Friday, April 15, 2016

News Update: New Hours for Insurance Chicago Heights/Steger, Crete & Suburbs

NEWS UPDATE: Flexible Hours to Serve You Better

Monday - Thursday    9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Friday                       9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday                   9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

     Spring brings us into a different season with much bustle and activity. We have increased our hours to serve you better.

     Spring is also a common time to have your auto insurance policy reviewed to make sure your policy is updated.  This prevents gaps in and also can alert you to new discounts or programs that might interest you.

     Homeowners insurance and life insurance reviews are free.  Changes and additions in your family or home need to be factored in your policy.  Please remember it is important to keep up to date.

     People who have switched to Farmers Insurance have seen an average savings of $691 per year, when both home and auto are carried with us.  

We Will Show You How You Can Save


Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Five Steger Teachers Win Grant Proposal in Farmers Thank Americas Teachers


Sheila Clark
Christina Nakanishi
Tyler Coleman
Cynthia Rosa
Amy Wagner

Sopko Farmers Insurance  would like to express our pride for the dedicated and hardworking teachers of Steger, Illinois School District 194.  

Sheila Clark will be bringing history alive with her Washinton, DC Field Trip and her grant proposal that won $2,500. We know her creative approach will make a lasting impression on her students.

Christina Nakanishi will be bringing technology to students and implementing curriculum that will enable them to use technology no matter which field they choose to study. Her grant proposal won $2,500

Tyler Coleman desire to enrich his students with a hands-on experience in history and government won $2,500 for his grant proposal and will be accompanying his students to a trip to Washington, Dc. 

Cynthia Rosa has won a $2,500 grant for her proposal that will increase students math abilities through creative games and fun challenges.  This will allow a more individual approach to meet each student where they are in ability and accommodate the many different ways in which children learn.

Amy Wagner will be giving her students a technology edge that will allow students to control their own educational interests. This will give them the tools to be lifelong learners. Her proposal won a $2,500 grant.

We are so proud of all of our Teachers and we thank them for their creative energy in going that extra mile for their students.

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