NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Parents in Davidson County got a chance to explore school options for their students at Metro Nashville School District's Second Annual First Choice Festival.
This year it was held at the Tennessee Fairgrounds. Representatives from 140 different schools were on hand to answer questions about programs and showcase options for zone schools, magnet schools and charters.
The optional school application process opens October 31, and applications will be due December 2.
Students in the Academy of Energy and Power at Maplewood are busy getting ready for next week's Project Expo and had the opportunity to show it off some of their projects to Tennessee Congressman Jim Cooper.