Warner Enhanced Option Elementary School

 
 Learning That    Lasts a Lifetime

 Learning That

   Lasts a Lifetime

At a Glance

  • Serves grades Pre-K - 4
  • Stratford Cluster
  • Open Enrollment
  • Offers bus transportation
  • Offers before or aftercare
  • Community Achieves school

Welcome From the Principal

Denise Jacono Principal

Denise Jacono
Principal

Welcome to Warner! We are so pleased you have decided to become a Wildcat. Warner is a community school located in the heart of downtown Nashville. The beautiful building is a historical landmark and we could not be more pleased to call it home.

At Warner Elementary School, we see ourselves as a family. We focus on respecting others, being responsible for ourselves and creating excitement for learning that lasts a lifetime. Our teachers and staff have a passion for their students and are leading students to succeed academically, socially and emotionally. We believe that our unity, dedication and strong academics will prepare every student for middle school and beyond. Join us and see what being a Wildcat is all about!

 

Contact Information

Address:
626 Russell Street
Nashville, TN 37206 (map)

Office:
615-291-6395

Contact Emails:
Principal: Denise Jacono
Assistant Principal: Dr. Latonya White
Secretary/Bookkeeper: LaChanda Moore
Instructional Coach: Jessica Rueckert
Community in Schools Liaison: Kawema
School Board Representative: Christiane Buggs

Warner EO Elementary
@warnerwildcats

Pathways

 

School Description

Warner Elementary has a rich history and a bright future. We will soon celebrate 125 years in our community, having proudly served generations of the same families. Now is an exciting time to look ahead, too, as we prepare to become a Paideia school with a direct pathway to East and Stratford STEM. Paideia (pronounced pie-day-uh) schools provide an education in critical and creative thinking, preparing students to lead full lives as citizens of a democracy.

We are currently a STEM school, teaching with a focus on science and hands-on math. We also teach balanced literacy through English language arts, provide open library access and participate in Nashville Public Library’s Limitless Libraries program, which allows our students to access age-appropriate books from any of Nashville's library branches. Every day, our students also receive instruction in social studies and related arts, which include music, art and physical education. 

Warner is an enhanced option school, meaning we have an extended school day that ends at 3:45 p.m. Students with a passion for music and singing enjoy participating in The Young People’s Freedom Choir, an extracurricular activity offered after school.

Warner facilitates educational field trips, has an active volunteer program and takes full advantage of technology in our classrooms, providing daily computer classes to students. Our faculty works to foster valuable partnerships with Community in Schools, Martha O’Bryan after-school tutoring, East Park after-school care, Reading Clinic, Homework Hotline and a Vanderbilt counselor.

In addition to tutoring services, we extend our support to our families and the community around us by offering English language classes, a clothing closet for families who need assistance with school uniforms and even parent training classes. We enjoy collaborating with our families, community, school staff and students to maintain a welcoming, family atmosphere here at Warner. 

 


School Hours

8:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.


A Typical Day at School

  • 120-minute English language arts block
  • 60-minute math block
  • 30 minutes each of science, social studies and writing
  • 20-minute social emotional learning time
  • 60-minute Response to Intervention time
  • 60 minutes per week of each related art (Music, Art, PE, Library and Guidance)
 

School Details & Links

 

Standard School Attire

Tops: Short or long sleeves with collar in any solid color; buttoned and tucked in.

Bottoms: Pants, shorts, Capri pants, skirts or skorts in navy blue, black, gray or any shade of khaki; belts must be worn if belt loops are present for students in grades 2-4.

For additional guidelines, please review the Warner Elementary Dress Code Policy.


 

  • Tutoring
  • English Language classes
  • Clothing Closet
  • Parent training classes
  • Anti-bullying training and/or clubs

  • Young People's Freedom Choir

  • Charles Davis Foundation
  • Deloitte & Touche, LLP
  • Grayline Tours
  • U.S. Bank
  • Vanderbilt Enrollment Management Group
  • Fannie Battle Day Home
  • Edgefield Baptist Church
  • The Community Church
  • PENCIL Foundation
  • Providence Baptist Church
  • Scales Elementary School 
  • Vanderbilt School Based Counseling Program
  • Communities In Schools
  • Woodmont Hills Church of Christ
  • Assistance League of Nashville - Operation School Bell
  • Martha O'Bryan Center
  • First Church of the Nazarene