PIPER ProgramThe Nashville Predators ticket initiative designed to link educators, regional school systems, and mainstream students -
Predators Incentive Program for Education and Rewards (PIPER)
Presented by Jackson National Life Insurance Company
We know that attending a major league sporting event is a desire of many students in the area. So why not use that experience as a means to motivate and reward students? The PIPER program provides such an experience - an exciting Predators NHL game - as a proactive tool to be used by school teachers and administrators as incentives for academic, attendance, or behavioral achievement.
The program involves distributing these tickets to students throughout the Middle Tennessee public and private school systems as a reward for achievement.
Designed for students in grades one through eight, schools may participate in the PIPER program by agreeing to use the tickets as incentives to achieve the school’s selected goals they establish for their students throughout the school year.
Criterion for receiving tickets for rewards and incentives are primarily academic, as well as attendance and good citizenship.
2011-12 Participating Schools:
Bailey Stem Middle School (5th)
Bellevue Middle School (5th)
Bordeaux Enhanced Option School
Chadwell Elementary School
Croft Middle School (5th)
Cumberland Elementary School
East Literature Magnet School
Fall-Hamilton Enhanced Option School
Gateway Elementary School
Gra-Mar Middle School (5th)
Haywood Elementary School
Lakeview Design Center
Thurgood Marshall Middle School (5th)