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Dr. Chris Nail
Dr. Nail’s Bio
Dr. Chris Nail, Superintendent of Beebe School District, was born in Batesville, Arkansas, and graduated from Southside High School in 1994. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree from Hendrix College in 1998. He then went on to receive a master’s and specialist degree in Educational Leadership at Arkansas State University. He completed his Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Arkansas Tech University in May 2019.
Dr. Nail has worked in the field of public education for the past 21 years, beginning in 1998 as a Social Studies teacher and coach at Fountain Hill School District. From there, Dr. Nail went on to work at Caddo Hills as a coach and teacher, Yellville-Summit as a coach and teacher, Southside Batesville as a coach and teacher, Benton as a teacher, coach, athletic director, and assistant principal, Mount Vernon-Enola as a high school principal and district curriculum coordinator, and at Rose Bud as the superintendent.
Dr. Nail was named Superintendent of Beebe School District in December 2017. In July 2018, he began his service at Beebe Schools, where he oversees a student population of approximately 3,390 students and 440 employees. Dr. Nail currently serves as a member of the Facilities/Finance committee for Legislative Biennium. He is an active member in the AAEA, AAA, and AASA.
Dr. Nail has been married for 20 years. His wife Caroline is the principal of Sidney Deener Elementary School in the Searcy Public School District. They have two sons, Brooks and Bo, who both attend Beebe School District. Brooks is currently in 10th grade, and Bo is in 9th grade.