East Nashville Magnet wins $2,000 from the GRAMMY Foundation

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L-R: Jim Estepa, President and CEO, Journeys; Laurie Schell, Executive Director, Music Makes Us; Steve Ball, Principal, East Nashville Magnet High School; Frank Zimmerer, music teacher, East Nashville Magnet High School; And Scott Goldman, Vice President, the GRAMMY Foundation® at the GRAMMY Foundation’s GRAMMY® Signature Schools Community Award program where they teamed up with Journeys and Converse to provide 16 public high schools across the United States — highlighted by an event at East Nashville Magnet School in Tennessee — with $2,000 cash grants to support their music programs. This initiative is one of the Foundation’s GRAMMY in the Schools® offerings and is supported in part by Journeys and Converse.
Photo courtesy of The Recording Academy® © 2014

What a boost for music education! East Nashville Magnet School is one of just 16 schools in the nation to win the GRAMMY Signature Schools Community Award. That means the band program gets a $2,000 prize.

The award is part of the GRAMMY in the Schools program and is supported by Journeys and Converse.

Great job, East!

Posted on May 7, 2014, in Community Partners, News, Schools and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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