PARK(ing) Day 2019
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PARK(ing) Day 2019

Each year, Nashville Civic Design Center facilitates PARK(ing) Day in Nashville. PARK(ing) Day is an international event put on by artists, students, and activists to temporarily transform metered parking spaced into parks. Our students decided that a climbing wall and zip line would be fun, so Mr. Jordan and staff helped to execute their plans. From 10 AM until 2:30 PM, Episcopal School of Nashville students, faculty, staff, and families graced Main Street with their songs, art work, smiles, and play.




Our fifth graders made a quick stop at our PARK(ing) spot, then headed down Main Street to check out a special mural that will spur their conversations this week in Science and Social Studies.

Students discussed how murals were used in the 1950s and 1960s during the Civil Rights Movement. 


What do you think this quote is trying to say? “They tried to bury us. Little did they know, we are seeds.”