Miss Tennessee Visits District Schools with Message of Responsibility

Miss Tennessee Visits District Schools with Message of Responsibility
Posted on 03/03/2016

Hannah Robison, Miss Tennessee 2015 visited four Robertson County schools on Wednesday, Mar. 2. 

 

In a whirlwind schedule, Robison spoke to more than 2,000 students at Springfield Middle School, Crestview Elementary School, Springfield High School, and Cheatham Park Elementary School. 

 

As part of her official duties, Robison serves as Governor Bill Haslam’s official Spokesperson for Character Education and travels more than 80,000 miles speaking to 50,000 students about the character trait of responsibility.  Wednesday, she challenged students at each school to cultivate responsibility through their actions, attitudes and speech. 

 

Reliant Bank sponsored Robison’s visit, and Market President Scott Bagwell said the visit was a win-win for the bank.

 

“It was a fulfilling experience,” he said, of the day’s schedule.  “It was an opportunity for us to expose students in our county to a worthy role-model.” 

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Bagwell said that Bank Officer Bettye Lynn Richert provided the major portion of setting up the day’s logistics so that Robison’s visit achieved a maximum impact.

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Robison says she is, “…honored, humbled and blessed to have the unique opportunity to be a role model and mentor to thousands of students across the state of Tennessee.”
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  • 800 M. S. Couts Blvd, Suite 2, Springfield, TN 37172
  • 615-384-5588
Robertson County Schools