Mt. Juliet High School’s Sherie Grossman was announced as one of the state’s 10 Music Teachers of Excellence by The CMA Foundation at its annual event last week.
The CMA Foundation is a national music education nonprofit and the philanthropic arm of the Country Music Association.
The CMA Foundation awarded $2,500 to the MJHS music program and $2,500 to Grossman.
Hosted by three-time CMA Awards winner Dierks Bentley, the event honored 10 music educators from Metro Nashville Public Schools, 10 from districts across the state of Tennessee and 10 from across the United States. Honorees were selected for their dedication to bringing a high-quality music program to their students and the impact they’ve had on their school community through music.