Sunday, November 16, 2014

Gould Turner Group 3D Video for the New Smith Springs Elementary School

From one of our 2 school board members Will Pinkston:  As the Nashville School Board member representing upper Antioch and the Percy Priest Lake area, I'm pleased to report that we've arrived at a consensus on the name for the new Antioch Cluster Elementary School on Smith Springs Road. This past week, the school board's Naming of Schools Committee recommended the name "Smith Springs Elementary School." This proposed name, which goes to the full school board for consideration on Tuesday, December 9, is a nod to the history of the area and the result of broad-based neighborhood input as well as recommendations by Councilman Robert Duvall and Councilwoman Karen Y. Johnson. This two-minute animation shows what a cool school it will be. Thanks to everyone who has been patient with the school-siting process. MNPS endeavors to be a good neighbor and operator of world-class schools. We're on the right track.

The new Antioch Cluster Elementary School Groundbreaking Ceremony took place July 23, 2014. The new elementary school in the Antioch Cluster will be located on Smith Springs Road. The new school is being designed with a capacity of 800 students and will open in the 2015-16 school year. The zone for the new school will alleviate overcrowding in Edison and Lakeview Elementary Schools. These changes are consistent with the 10-year plan for Antioch and Cane Ridge clusters and are stage three of the plan that was adopted in July 2010. Click to view photos from the Antioch Cluster Elementary School Groundbreaking Ceremony: http://www.gouldturner.com/news/antio... 
http://www.gouldturner.com/news/antioch-cluster-elementary-school-groundbreaking-ceremony Click to view more project information from Metro Nashville Public School: http://www.mnps.org/Page115770.aspx

Saturday, November 8, 2014

2014 Night Out Against Crime in District 29 Southeast Nashville

Pictures from our Night Out Against Crime. A Special thanks to Metro Nashville Public Schools, Walmart Corporation, The Neighborhoods Resource Center, Damon King with the Light FM 102.1 The Light Radio, Fifth Third Bank, Ferrell Automotive, YMCA Camp Widjiwagan's Official Page team, Sue Paugh, Karen VanCleave, Sue Luttrell, Mike Hassell, Cynthia Dirkson, Berni Cicirello, Phyllis Stinson, Angel Greer, Sgt. Jeffrey White with the Hermitage Police Precinct, Juvenile Court Clerk David Smith, Circuit Court Clerk Ricky Rooker, Property Assessor George Rooker, County Trustee Charlie Cardwell, State Senator Steve Dickerson, State Representative Mike Stewart, State Representative Sherry Jones, Steve Cardin, David Chilton, Santos Gonzalez, Debbies School of Dance, Crimestoppers, The Metro Nashville Health Department and all of the vendors and The Metro Nashville Police Department, The Office of Emergency Management, The Metro Nashville Fire Department, Smart 911, The Tennessee Highway Patrol and all of our food trucks and vendors.

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2014 Fall District wide Community Wide Cleanup

The 2014 District 29 Community Wide Cleanup was a huge success again! Thanks to the incredible leadership of our Beautification Commissioner Karen VanCleave and the phenomenal volunteers and neighbors who help to make it all run smoothly. Special thanks to Sue Paugh, Phyllis Stinson, Leon Stinson, Mike Hassell, Steve Cardin, Scout Pack 425, Cynthia Dirkson, Sue Luttrell, Jean Sussey, Martha Mehlem, The YMCA Camp Widjiwagan's Official Page team, Fifth Third Bank, Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee, Inc., Shred-it and our State Representatives Mike Stewart, Sherry Jones. We finally received the pictures! More Pictures can be viewed at this link.  
 










CNAP 2014 Science Fair at the Southeast Nashville Library

Exciting Cnap Nashville Science Fair. Was equally excited to see our School Board Member, the Honorable Tyese R. Hunter and her daughter Tylani there today! President Alma F. Sanford and the entire CNAP board and sponsors did a phenomenal job. The Adventure Science Center, had a Robotics Universal Robotics Demonstration, The Home Depot had a awesome Building Project and Tennessee State University had an indoor planetarium. Snagged a couple of pictures from the twitter accounts for Mayoral Candidates Charles Robert Bone for Mayor and Jeremy Kane who were in attendance today. Another great event for our area! Thanks for your leadership Alma! #Community #Partnerships #Education