Rio Grande Fence Co. of Nashville Donates 494-foot Fence to MNPS’s Cora Howe School for Annual Good Friday Service Project
April 18th, 2017
Cora Howe School is a special day school for those students whose learning differences are so significant that they cannot effectively learn within the context of a less restrictive environment. It serves Metro Nashville Public Schools students grades K-12 who are referred through the Individualized Education Plan Team.
“Our annual Good Friday Service Project allows our team the opportunity to serve others in the Nashville community uniquely through the gift of a commercial fence installation,“ said Derek Smith, Rio Grande Fence Co.’s Chief Operating Officer and third-generation owner. "We enjoyed hearing the story of Cora Howe School and how the staff is impacting our community by enriching the lives of these students.”