NASHVILLE, TN — The 10 nominees for the Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools Custodians of the Year were recently recognized at an awards ceremony hosted by the Metropolitan Beautification & Environment Commission, according to the Tennessean.
The winners in their respective categories were: Michael Hayes, Glendale Spanish Immersion, Elementary School Division; Albert Morton, Cameron Middle School, Middle School Division; and Leonard Lake, Hillwood High School, High School Division, the story stated.
Veronica Frazier of Metropolitan Beautification said: "As we see it, all the nominees are winners and Metro is so very proud to show them the appreciation and recognition they deserve through this annual contest. School custodians are sometimes the unsung heroes, but their work is an important part of providing a positive learning environment for our schools and our children."
Metropolitan Beautification sponsors the annual contest as a way to highlight and publicly recognize the contributions school custodians make to students, staff and faculty of the schools where they work, the story noted.
Nominations are accepted from every elementary, middle and high school in Metropolitan Nashville and include letters from school administrators, staff, teachers, students and parents, the story added.
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