The Nashville Predators have created a teacher appreciation program that will recognize teachers in the greater Nashville area for their accomplishments. The Predators Teacher of the Month program selects teachers based upon the principal's portrayal of how this teacher has impacted students, school faculty and others around them. The Predators will target a different county in the greater Nashville area each month. Applications will be distributed by the Predators to the principals.
Predators Teacher of the Month
The selected teachers will be rewarded by a surprise visit from the Predators mascot GNASH. The organization will also present a certificate and a Predators gift basket to the teacher. In addition, the Teacher of the Month will be featured on our Web site and at a game that they will attend.
November 2010 Teacher of the Month
Pam McCoy - Jack Anderson Elementary School
On Thursday, November 11 Predators staff and Gnash visited Jack Anderson Elementary School in Sumner County where Pam McCoy was named November Predators Teacher of the Month. “Her dedication to the children here at Jackson Anderson is unmistakable. She is a leader and has served as group leader for the related arts team. She consistently does whatever she is asked to so, completing the task with excellence and in a timely manner.,” states Dr. Nancy Glover, Principal of Jack Anderson Elementary. Ms. McCoy will be presented on the band stage at a November game.