Nannie Berry Elementary
2017-2018 Registration Forms & Information
Please Click the forms you need below, print, and fill out. Bring these when you come to register your child(ren).
Enrollment Documentation
Our enrollment policy requires that you provide the following documentation before your child is eligible to attend school at Nannie Berry Elementary. Tennessee State Law requires the first two items and the Sumner County Board of Education requires lat two items.
▪ Certified Birth Certificate (not Mother’s Copy)
▪ TN Immunization Record with proof of medical exam
▪ Photo ID to identify parent/guardian enrolling a child
▪ Two Current Proofs of Residency confirming that you reside within the Nannie Berry School Zone. See acceptable forms of residency below.
Acceptable Proofs of Residency
(Proofs of Residency must be dated within 60 days of the day you register to demonstrate in-zone status.)
▪ Legal document/lease showing proof of residency for specific address (Notary public or typed/hand written letters from the land owner are not accepted)
▪ Current bill assigned to specific address—electric, gas, water, cable, landline telephone (Cell phone, medical, and credit card bills are not accepted)
It is our policy to start new students the day after completed enrollment materials and documents have been submitted. This provides time for our teachers to make special preparations for your child’s arrival. We want your child to feel welcomed on their first day, so their transition to NBE is as seamless as possible.
For new student enrollment inquiries, please contact:

Mrs. Peggy Gigax, Attendance Clerk 615-822-3123

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 2018-2019 Registration Forms will be posted towards the end of July. 


Our Shared Vision

Sumner County Schools is a collaborative culture of high performing students, teachers, and school communities.

Mission Statement

Sumner County Schools commits to growing learners who are college and career ready through quality instruction, effective use of resources, building a collaborative culture, and strong leadership.