We are so grateful for Hands on Nashville volunteers.

Metro Nashville Public Schools serves 81,000 students and taking care of the places where these children learn and play is a big job. That’s where the Metro Schools Facility and Grounds Maintenance team comes in.

Not only are they responsible for 180 buildings (that’s 14 MILLION square feet of space!), but they also oversee 2,000 acres of campus. And on top of all this, they play a critical role in making Hands On Nashville Day happen each year. (This year’s Hands On Nashville Day Presented by Grainger takes place Saturday, Sept. 22. Read more and register here starting Sept. 4!)

Thomas W. Hatfield, Metro Schools director of facility and grounds maintenance, has been helping to coordinate Hands On Nashville Day for the past 20 years. A proud graduate of Metro Schools, he is perhaps the one person in Nashville who has been intimately involved in planning this day of…

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