Breakout country star and Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville artist RaeLynn will perform with students from H.G. Hill Middle School at the Nashville Public Education Foundation’s 13th annual Public Schools Hall of Fame luncheon Monday, Oct. 4. The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Omni Nashville Hotel and is a chance for community members and public education advocates to join together to support public schools.
“I’m honored to participate in such a special event for the Nashville community. Having outstanding public schools is an integral part of a great city,” RaeLynn said. “I’m especially excited to perform with the talented students from H.G. Hill Middle School. Nashville has made music education a priority, and I can’t think of a better way to showcase that.”
The Hall of Fame luncheon helps support the Foundation’s Innovation Fund, which makes possible a variety of outreach and programming initiatives, such as increasing third-grade reading, recruiting and retaining high-quality teachers, improving underperforming schools, and boosting Nashville’s college-going rate. This annual event brings the city together to inspire greater support for public school excellence. At the event, the NPEF will honor Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools alumni and community members who have made a significant impact on the Nashville community through their work with public schools.
“The support of the Nashville community is integral to the success of our public schools, and country music is a huge part of what makes this community great,” said Shannon Hunt, NPEF president and CEO. “We are extremely grateful for the generosity the country music industry has shown our public schools in recent years. RaeLynn’s support and involvement in this year’s event is a shining example of how Music City continues to come together to make sure every student gets the education they deserve.”
To purchase tickets, a table or sponsorships to this year’s event, visit nashvillepef.org/hall-of-fame or call 615-727-1515.