Dr. Jesse Register, Director of Metro Nashville Public Schools, is the newest recipient of the esteemed PRSA Apollo Award. The Apollo Award recognizes outstanding communications’ skills for mid-state executives who “demonstrate and exemplify the public relations and communications functions within his or her organization.” Previous recipients include Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, former Mayor Bill Purcell, Belmont University President Bob Fisher, and founder of the First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt John Seigenthaler.
Pictured is Dr. Register alongside PRSA Nashville President Todd Smith. Smith is president of Dean, Smith & Partners a local public relations consulting firm.
If you missed Dr. Register's State of Schools Address, click here to read the address in its entirety, hear a student's inspiring story, and see what's in store for Metro Schools.
If you didn't get to watch Dr. Register's State of Schools Address last night, or if you would just like to hear it again, you can now either read it online or watch it on Metro's Government Access Channel, Metro 3. The speech is printed in its entirety, along with the PowerPoint presentation, on the Director's page. You can also catch it on Metro Government Access Channel 3. The next scheduled air times are:Friday, March 4, 5 p.m.Saturday, March 5, 11:45 a.m.Sunday, March 6, 5 p.m.
Metro Nashville Public Schools annual State of Schools Address by Director of Schools Dr. Jesse Register will be held Thursday, March 3, from 5 – 6 p.m., at Martin Professional Development Center. Topics to be discussed include: · MNPS Achieves, the district’s transformational plan, progress and ongoing plans · A one-year summary of Race to the Top funding/expenditures · Student achievement and Increased Expectations · Professional Development and Instructional Leadership · Future Plans Individuals who cannot attend will be able to view the full address on the district’s website after the event.