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Nannie Berry Elementary School
Important Upcoming Dates:


Important Dates to Remember:

July 27th New Student Registration 8:00-3:00pm

August 1st (A-L Last Names) Evening Registration 4:00-7:00 pm
August 2nd (M-Z Last Names) Evening Registration 4:00-7:00 pm
Print and fill out all three of your documents from home! Download these forms to save  time waiting in line! (These are required forms for ALL students new and returning.)
Parent save time and take the Parent Survey at home. Just follow this link, select Nannie Berry, and go from there. 
**Make sure and print the Thank You page and bring it to registration night. 

Items needed at time of registration for all students K-5:


We look forward to seeing you on registration nights.  To make the process go smoothly, we ask that returning students bring 2 current proofs of residency, dated within the last 60 days. Examples of accepted proofs are:

▪ Current bill assigned to specific address—electric, gas, water, landline telephone (Cell phone bill not accepted) 

▪ Legal document/lease showing proof of residency for specific address (Notary public or typed/hand written letters from the land owner are not accepted)
▪ Motor vehicle registration with current address
▪ Current bank statement with current address
▪ Current employment record; example most recent check stub with home address
▪ Place of parents’ registration for voting
▪ Place of payment of property taxes on parents’ physical residence
▪ Tennessee Driver’s License with current address
▪ Tennessee picture ID with current address
▪ Documentation from Tennessee Department of Human Services for benefits with the current address


Kindergarten students will need:

  • proof of immunizations and a physical on a Tennessee form*
  • certified copy of the birth certificate (not a mother's copy)
  • two proofs of residence**

New students already residing in Tennessee will need:

  • two proofs of residence**

New students registering from another state will need:

  • proof of immunizations on a Tennessee form*
  • two proofs of residence**

* The Tennessee immunization form can be obtained from the Health Department or your family physician.

**Utility bills should be used as a proof of residence. If residing with relatives, a current drivers license and a voter registration card with the current address must be presented.


Kindergarten students ONLY:

You will come to registration nights on August 1 or 2 between 4-7pm just like every other student!  Last names starting with A-L come Monday, August 1 and last names M-Z come Tuesday August 2. 

On that night, you will learn your child's "phase-in" day for the following week.  Individual K students will attend school only 1 day between Monday, August 8 and Thursday, August 11. 

On Saturday, August 13, NBE Kindergarten teachers will be hosting a breakfast from 9-10:30 in the NBE cafeteria.  At this event, you will learn the name of your child's teacher and have the opportunity to see the classroom and fellowship with them. 

Monday, August 15 is the 1st full day for all K students.

If you have any questions, please call the school at (615) 822-3123.  We are looking forward to having these new NBE Bulldogs!




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Doors open at 8:00, (tardy after 8:30). And dismissal will begin at 3:30. 

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About Us


Nannie Berry Elementary is an extremely diverse and effective school which produces very high levels of achievement with continuous academic growth where character is built, students are empowered, and discovery is valued.


Nannie Berry Elementary commits to growing learners who are middle school ready through the avenues of quality instruction, effective use of resources, collaborative culture and strong leadership.


Quality Instruction

  • Teachers hold high expectations for each students in a physically and emotionally safe and secure supportive learning environment
  • Engaging minds and developing character with credible ongoing thinking/learning experiences equips students to contribute to the community
  • Students receive quality feedback and equal access to differentiated instructional opportunities (enrichment/interventions) based on individual needs and standards-driven instruction

 Collaborative Culture

  • Parents, teachers, and community work collaboratively with respect to facilitate students in reaching their individual learning goals
  • Our inclusive culture embraces diversity, gives equal access to each student, promotes responsibility, and supports positive self-esteem
  • Reciprocal trust encourages the use of innovative and unique solutions


  • A commitment to grow leaders with an intentional focus on improving student learning
  • Leaders involve all stakeholders in setting goals and improving our school through modeling, transparency, and collaboration
  • All stakeholders set high expectations and hold themselves and others accountable for results

Resource Utilization

  • School resources are aligned and utilized to support student needs across grade levels
  • The school develops and strives to retain exemplary employees by using mentoring, collaboration, and school wide support
  • Learning opportunities are enhanced by collaboratively partnering with parents and community












Our Vision

Preparing graduates -Engaging minds -Developing character

To view the Nannie Berry Handbook click: Handbook 2014-2015





Nannie Berry Elementary School 138 Indian Lake Road Hendersonville TN, 37075-3835

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