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Welcome to Paragon Mills Elementary School



Welcome to Paragon Mills Elementary School

“School of Excellence”

Welcome to Paragon Mills Elementary school for children in kindergarten through the fourth grade.  We are proud to be part of the Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools.  Paragon Mills Elementary is accredited by the Southern Association of College and Schools.  It is part of the Glencliff cluster.

At Paragon Mills Elementary School, we have high expectations for all of our students.  We are proud of the standards of excellence that our faculy, staff and students uphold.  We work together with our parents and community members to provide a high quality of education for all of our students.  We encourage you to be an active part in your child’s education by staying in touch with your child’s teacher, attending activities at our school, and attending our parent trainings.  With your help, we will continue to be a school of excellence!


Jane Johnson


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Monday, September 1, 2014
Labor Day Holiday

Individual school pictures
Wednesday, September 3, 2014


The Tennessee Arts Commission, artist Matt Sandbank, Librarian Teresa Davis, and fourth grade students  collaborated on a movie making project based on the Greek Myth, THE DEADLY POWER OF MEDUSA.

Students learned about literature, script-writing, voices, sound effects, uniformity of style,  and use of technology while creating this video. 





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