McGavock High School’s PTO has a new website and way for you to stay connected via newsletters. Check out the new website here and sign up for newsletters here. Below is McGavock’s PTO effort to begin critical fundraising efforts. Please spread the word and help out as we rebuild the needed resources to give our kids the best experience possible.
The Nashville Youth Basketball Association is offering a Spring Break Camp at McGavock High School led by Former NBA 1st Round Pick Dontae’ Jones. The camp will be for boys and girls ages 5 – 16 and held for three days during Spring Break and will last three hours each day. Special guest coaches include former NBA and professional players as well as current college and high school coaches. The camp will be held March 12 – 14, 2019 from 1 – 4pm. The cost will be $75 for three days or $30 daily. Daily snacks and drinks will be included.
Two Rivers Middle School will be having a Crop for Enrichment event on Friday, March 29th from 6pm to midnight and March 30th from 9am – 4pm at St. John’s Lutheran Church. This will be a benefit for Two Rivers Middle. See flyer below for details and contact information for more info.
Great things are always happening at McGavock High School. I was proud to attend and support the annual breakfast raising funds for the McGavock Coalition Scholars Fund that gives scholarships to eligible students. Thanks to Hermitage Hills Baptist Church for hosting and all the sponsors and donors. There was great music from the McGavock Band, Orchestra and Choir as well as a special performance by Tristan McIntosh. McGavock students the Hospitality Academy prepared a delicious breakfast. To learn more and to give to this fund, visit www.mcgavockcoalition.org.
The Mayor’s Art Show featuring artwork from McGavock cluster students will be at the Frist Art Museum on April 12th at 5pm. See flyer below for details.
I was very happy to attend the 2nd Annual McGavock Cluster Coalition Breakfast supporting scholarships for eligible McGavock High School Students. Thanks to Lady Antebellum keyboardist and Musical Director Jonathan Long for speaking, who is also a McGavock alumnus. The students did a phenomenal job serving the breakfast, hosting the event and providing entertainment. I encourage everyone to support this annual breakfast.