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We want to give a big shout out to Lakeview Elementary Design Center and W.H. Oliver Middle School, both of which were awarded Music Makes Us education grants from the Nashville Singers. Check out the news release below.

Lakeview Design Center & Oliver Middle School Receive Music Education Grants from The Nashville Singers, Inc.

Nashville, TN - Lakeview Design Center and W.H. Oliver Middle School were each announced as recipients of a $500.00 Music Makes a Difference music education grant from Nashville Singers in May of this year. The formal presentation took place at the Nashville Singers annual Season of Harmony concert on November 17 at Hillsboro High School. 

Since being founded in November of 2008, the philanthropic mission of Nashville Singers has been to enrich lives through support of music education in our schools and the community. To support this mission, the chorus funds several programs, including a free singing lessons program entitled Acappella Academy, music education grants, middle and high school master classes, and the Educator of the Future college scholarship created for students pursuing a music education degree.

Upon hearing the announcement, Carol Crittenden, Visual and Performing Arts Coordinator for Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) remarked, "The Nashville Singers have not only been an incredible financial support for grant recipients in Metro Schools, but the members have also given of their time and talents to support our music students. This is the type of commitment and partnership we greatly value."

Jay Steele, Associate Superintendent for MNPS High Schools added, "A rich curriculum that includes the arts is very important for all students in Nashville and MNPS is very fortunate to have such supportive partners like the Nashville Singers."

Kim Marie Folsom of Lakeview Design Center stated, "I am so thankful for the Nashville Singers, who provide help for students in need, through music education. They realize that music teaches math, language, history, reading and science in a fun environment. I am so grateful for their support."

Franklin J. Willis of Oliver Middle School added, "The Oliver Middle School community advocates in the importance of music education in students' lives. Receiving this award not only serves as monetary gain to fund the new chorus program, but motivation to meet the challenge of engaging students in finding their own voice through music. It is truly an honor to be a recipient of the Nashville Singer's Music Makes a Difference Grant. I look forward to future collaborations with Nashville Singers and the Oliver Middle School Chorus."  

Other dignitaries on hand for the presentation and concert included Laurie Schell, Director of the Music Makes Us education project, Margaret Campbelle-Holman, Executive Director of Choral Arts Link, and Peter Bird, President and CEO of the Frist Foundation.

About Nashville Singers

In their first four years, this volunteer group has grown from four to 15 singers, learned 42 songs, released their first CD, racked up 50 performances for 32 organizations in seven counties across Tennessee, and produced a successful concert series which attracted attendees from 36 cities in eight states across the USA. Their concert audiences have ranged in size from a few hundred to 4000 people. Their diverse repertoire spans many genres. Their philanthropic mission is to enrich lives through support of music education in our schools and the community. This support comes in the form of music education grants, college scholarships, master classes in area schools, and an annual free singing lessons program called Acappella Academy. Nashville Singers has awarded $2500 in music education grants and scholarships in the last two years. The Nashville Singers, Inc. is recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt 501(c)3 non-profit organization. For more information about Nashville Singers, visit them online at www.nashvillesingers.org.


He’s arguably one of Tennessee’s most famous artists, and now the students at Old Red Grooms Exhibit at Old CenterCenter Elementary are paying homage to the legendary Red Grooms. A new exhibit features the young artists’ interpretations of Grooms’ work and life. The students also created a life-size installation where visitors can have their photograph taken with Elvis and Grooms. The display is a tribute to pictoramas, which catapulted Grooms to international status. Other displays showcase Grooms’ techniques of printmaking, relief and paper sculptures of Nashville and historical landmarks, such as Groom’s Alma Mater, Hillsboro High School! To wrap up the project, students took a field trip to Cheekwood Botanical Gardens to see an exhibit of Grooms’ work.


First Lady Crissy Haslam recently hosted a large group of Glendale Spanish Immersion Elementary 3rd graders at the Tennessee Residence. Approximately 70 boys and girls participated in a Read20 Family Book Club event.

Click here to check out the photos First Lady Haslam shared!


100 Chefs, 100 Schools was a huge hit with the young culinary students at Glengarry Elementary, and for good reason! The kindergartners in Shauna Russell’s class learned how to make fruit nachos. (And yes, they also ate them!). The class was selected to participate in the initiative that aimed to pair 100 chefs with 100 schools to promote healthy eating.

That wasn’t the class’s first encounter with a healthy lesson; early this fall they recorded a special song and dance that was named first runner-up in the Coordinated School Health program’s Classroom Challenge. The video competition was designed to promote healthy lifestyles.

100 Chefs 100 Schools Glengarry

Meanwhile, Head Middle Magnet welcomed chef Michael New as part of the “100 Chefs 100 Schools” program. Chef New showed students how to prepare healthier snacks and provided samples of his yummy treats.

Check out the photos we received from other schools that also participated in 100 Chefs, 100 Schools:



McKissack Middle School and Paragon Mills Elementary are this year’s big winners in the Healthy Classroom Challenge sponsored by the Office of Coordinated School Health and United Way during Child Health Week. The goal of the challenge was to demonstrate in a two-minute video how teachers and students incorporate physical activity into their daily classroom routine. Angela Lyles and Barbara Laifer and their classes got creative with a Family Fued-style competition at McKissack and a Feelin’ Good Dance Party at Paragon Mills. 

For their winning projects, each teacher was awarded an iPod Nano and $100 gift certificate.  The students were awarded a healthy snack celebration along with a United Way t-shirt, lunch bag, water bottle and football. Congratulations to all of the participants!


Rosebank Elementary School teacher Melanie Childs received a big surprise this week, all in effort to "make her day better". Reps from AdoptAClassroom.org and OfficeMax surprised the second grade teacher with $1,000 as a part of the “A Day Made Better” initiative.

This is a one-day event that awards more than 1,000 teachers across the country with more than $1,000 in school supplies, and brings attention to the issue of teacher-funded classrooms.


Cindy Tinnel, cafeteria manager at Henry Maxwell Elementary School, was selected to be on the Food Network show Chopped! Mark your calendars or set your recorders to help cheer Tinnel on during Class Acts, Too when it airs on the Food Network Tuesday, Sept. 25. Click here to watch a preview of her episode.


They are the first to grace the halls of Cane Ridge Elementary School, and today students were on hand to help dedicate the beautiful new facility. The school, which currently serves about 750 students, is the district's 3rd LEED certified elementary school. In addition to it's environmentally friendly construction, the atmosphere will encourage creative thinking and help the school live up to its theme of outstanding, wonderful learners and staff!


Madison Kiwanis Clothing donation 2012 - a photo

The old saying "a little goes a long way" is ringing true for students at Gateway Elementary. Earlier this week, the Madison Kiwanis Club dropped off a load of brand new clothes for students at the school. Their generous donation just happened to come the day after a student's home was destroyed by fire.

Thanks, Madison Kiwanis!


Students and staff at Hattie Cotton STEM Magnet Elementary are getting into character this school year! Tuesday, August 14 Hattie Cotton STEM Magnet Elementary’s staff dressed up as book characters to kick off the first nine-week theme of “Friends Far and Near”.  At the end of the nine weeks each classroom will have completed a class book that will be displayed at the East Nashville Public Library. The books will be used to teach the community about various literary styles. 

Hattie Cotton Reading Theme 2012 - class project will be displayed at library for community to see


The Encore classes at Dan Mills, Amqui, and Rosebank Elementary schools spent five weeks of this semester studying a unit called “Math on the Menu.” Led by Encore teacher Julie Delgado, the unit took them through a mock-journey of the opening for a family business, a Mexican restaurant. The students studied everything from menu groupings to floor plan possibilities for the actual restaurant building. At the end of the five weeks, the culminating activity was a Mexican fiesta complete with a "build-your-own-tostada" bar and restaurant decorations and Mexican heritage music. It was very rewarding to watch the students' interest heighten as we encountered each activity each week. The students said it was "really fun", the "tostadas were really good", and it was "better than a field trip!" Several had a great time creating the "decor for the restaurant." According to Delgado, “Encore is a wonderful program where we, teachers, get to teach ‘out-of-the-box’ material.”

To learn more about Encore, click here

Encore Restaurant 2012          Encore Restaurant 2012 2


Metro Schools' Pre-Kindergarten registration will be open Monday, March 12 - Friday, March 16. To learn if your child is eligible, how to register, and what documents to bring, click here.


Inglewood Elementary School has quite a bit going on this March. Parent workshops in computers, cool websites for kids, helping students at home, and drafting resumes will be held Saturdays, March 10, 17 and 24, from 8 a.m. - noon. Inglewood parents can register for classes here or by calling 262.6697.

The school is also participating in the Great American Clean-up, Saturday, March 31, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.  Volunteers can register here.


More than three dozen volunteers will head to Dan Mills Elementary this afternoon to teach the students about businesses, jobs, paychecks, taxes, and resources that contribute to the local economy. Through JA in a Day, the team of 41 adult volunteers who represent 16 different companies and organizations in Middle Tennessee will be in front of the classroom leading discussions and activities on these topics.

The JA in a Day program is operated by Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee with lessons taught by volunteers, JA board members, and future educators. Every Dan Mills classroom will receive a JA program that will focus on five lessons that teach students the basic concepts of business and economics and how education is relevant to the workplace.

Organizations represented include: Allstate, Barge Waggoner Sumner and Cannon, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, Bridgestone Americas, Caterpillar Financial Services, Dan Mills Elementary School PTO, Deloitte, First Tennessee Bank, Ford Motor Credit, HCA, Ingram Industries, Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Trevecca Nazarene University, TVA, and US Bank. 


Tuesday, Feb. 21, the 3rd and 4th grade students and teachers at Glenview Elementary Glenview Award Ceremony 2012 - a student at Glenview who was awarded for achievementgathered for a special recognition assembly. Many students received awards for making the school’s Honor Roll and Principal’s List. Others were awarded for meeting their goals they set in reading and math.

During the assembly, students also learned ways they can earn rewards in the spring for meeting their goals set on DEA tests and TCAP test. School leaders hope that these fun little incentives will help students stay focused on making great gains all year!  


Third and fourth grade students attending Cole Elementary in Antioch, Tn., and Kirkpatrick Enhanced Option in Nashville, recently proved that elementary students have what it takes to debate! Saturday, Jan. 28, both schools met to debate five topics on the campus of Vanderbilt University.  Under the guidance of their teachers, who served as debate team coaches, these newly inspired debaters argued the following issues:

  • elementary children should not be allowed to watch tv,

  • elementary children should not be allowed to carry cell phones on campus, 

  • public schools should not mandate school uniforms,

  • schools should implement year-round schools, and

  • states should not set age 12 as the legal age restriction for latch-key kids.

These young debaters have worked on learning the rules, researching their topics, and practicing speaking in public since late September and early October.  Each school set its own practice schedule.  Kirkpatrick students meet once a week after school, while Cole students meet twice a month on a Saturday.  The commitment shown by the children has been an inspiration to the coaches and volunteers that are guiding them.

A crowd of about 50 families, friends and teachers from each school gathered to watch the first debate.  Kirkpatrick won three of the five arguments of this inaugural event.  The next meeting between these two elementary schools will be on April 28 on the campus of Vanderbilt University.


Lessons are coming to life at Fall-Hamilton Enhanced Option School. After weeks of studying the life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the fourth grade students will experience the civil rights movement through the eyes of five legends. Monday, Jan. 30, the classes will host five of the Freedom Riders, who were featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show earlier this year. From 8:45 - 9:40 a.m., the Freedom Riders will share their stories and experiences with the young students. At the end of the presentation, the fourth graders will board the “Freedom” bus  and take a ride to TSU and Fisk University where many of the Civil Rights protests originated and where the riders also attended college.


Pre-K students at Buena Vista Enhanced Option Elementary have experienced a week full of sharing and surprises! Wednesday, Dec.14, the students took a special trip to Bordeaux Nursing Home to surprise the residents with holiday songs and special hand-made gifts. Today, the students got a surprise of their own when UPS representatives showed up with dozens of presents! This is the second year UPS has "adopted" the Pre-K classrooms for the holiday season.

 Buena Vista Holiday Trip 2011 - students on a field trip to sing at a nearby nursing home Buena Vista Holiday Gifts 2011 - students surprised by UPS with dozens of gifts 


Hundreds of Metro students and their families will have extra reason to cheer this holiday season. The district’s Family Resource Centers, family involvement specialists, and social workers have been working overtime the past few weeks to make sure food and toys are plentiful for families. Students at Park Avenue were first surprised with the gifts in a special presentation Thursday, Dec. 15.

A special thank you to Metro Schools’ transportation and central services departments have provided unmatched assistance in storing and transferring the items – from area donors to schools and centers in need.

 FRC Toys 2011 - toys donated to metro schools students

 FRC Toys 2011 - toys donated to metro schools students


Inglewood Elementary recently hosted a writing contest during which two bikes from Happening From Kids were donated and given students as prizes.  All fourth grade students submitted a graphic organizer, first draft, and a final paper on "Why I Should Win the Bike."  We want to send a big shout out to all of our fourth grade participants for their hard word.  A congratulations to 2nd place winner Deyomi H., for the Best Persuasion paper; and to 1st Place winner Carlton B., for Best Mechanics paper.  Also, a big thanks to Eastside Cycles, Happening for Kids, Asphalt Beach, and the Inglewood PTO for supporting the contest.

Inglewood Writing Competition - students entered a writing competition for a chance to win a new bike


MES College Night - McGavock Elementary students and their parents learn about collegeMcGavock Elementary School students and parents were invited to spend an evening at Trevecca Nazarene University (TNU) on Monday, September 12, 2011. The visit included complimentary transportation by Gaylord Entertainment on a Gaylord Coach Bus, dinner at the TNU Campus, free backpacks for all students, and free books and prizes for all participants.

McGavock Elementary School formed a partnership with Trevecca Nazarene University and the College of Education to make this event possible. McGavock Elementary felt that the experience of visiting a college campus and informing parents about how to begin to prepare for their child’s college education was a vital role in student goal setting and their ability to achieve future goals.

Trevecca Nazarene University hosted the event that involved more than eighty guests. The TNU Faculty and Staff presented MES College Night 2 - students and parents listening to advisorinformation to the parents about financial aid, college admission procedures, and adult degree programs. While parents were receiving this information, students were lead by TNU undergraduates and the TNU Mascot, Troy Trevecca, on a Campus Tour. Students were able to see a college dorm, recreational facilities, classrooms, cafeteria, and the campus library.

McGavock Elementary School families and faculty enjoyed the time for fellowship, the valuable information, and the TNU hospitality. Future College Nights at TNU are planned for the spring semester.


Thursday, Sept. 8, Norman Binkley Elementary teacher Betsy Cate will be featured as the News2 Educator of the Week. See what makes Cate standout in a special segment Thursday night at 10pm or Friday morning between 6 - 7 am.


Paragon Mills' students aren't letting summer sneak by without learning! Check out the piece submitted by Mary Holland, family coordinator at Paragon Mills Elementary.


Bordeaux Enhanced Option School is celebrating “Read Me Week” and “National Nutrition Month” March 7-11, with several special guests! First, Chef David Owens, author of “The Adventures of Brocklee and The Little Chef, will host an assembly Monday, March 7, at 9 a.m. He will read, discuss and demonstrate tasty nutritional recipes and facts to the student body. Chef David will return Tuesday, March 8, for a follow-up presentation at 5 p.m., for a demonstration and discussion with the parents in regards to community health. The Bordeaux EOS library will be open Tuesday night from 5 - 7 p.m., for parents and students to purchase books. A special section will be open for students to create their own books!


The students and staff of Caldwell Enhanced Option School are the recipients of the 2011 Youth Garden Grant from The National Gardening Association and Home Depot. Only 100 gardens were selected throughout the country from more than 1,200 "inspiring" submissions. Caldwell's garden vision was deemed as one that "exemplifies a well planned program that is likely to be well maintained and sustainable." The school has received educational materials from the National Gardening Association and a 500 gift card from The Home Depot.


Several MNPS performance groups performed during the 2011 Keep the Music Playing All-Stars Concert, which was held Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 6:30 p.m, at the Schermerhorn Symphony Hall. This concert was in appreciation to the CMA for providing Metro Schools with instruments and music through its Keep the Music Playing Program that has donated more than 3 million in musical equipment to Metro Schools. The schools invited to perform include: Croft Design Center Full Orchestra Jones Paideia Choir – “Super Stars” DuPont Tyler Middle School Advanced Band Duet – Luke Bryant (country artist and emcee) and Sam Hunter (guitarist from Nashville School of the Arts) Nashville School of the Arts Jazz Ensemble Pearl-Cohn High School Choir Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet School Full Orchestra Special guests who will be in attendance at the concert are: Dr. Jesse Register, Director of Metro Schools Mayor Karl Dean Luke Bryan, Country Music Star Pam Garrett, Executive Director of Nashville Alliance for Public Education Steve Moore, CEO of CMA Alan Valentine, President/CEO of the Nashville Symphony


If you missed last Thursday's big meeting on the future of East Nashville neighborhood schools, you can read a full recap, including the Q&A session with Dr. Register and Board Chair Gracie Porter.It was a packed house at Dan Mills Elementary, with Stand for Children hosting the event and giving parents the opportunity to ask questions directly to the people in charge about how their schools are changing. With three schools converting to STEM magnets, the opening of a new charter school and East Literature's continued conversion into a Paideia school, there was a lot of ground to cover. Special thanks to the folks at Stand for Children, particularly Francie Hunt, who put these notes together. Click here to read the complete notes from the East Nashville neighborhood schools meeting.

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