Welcome to the Nannie Berry webpage. We are excited that you have stopped by to learn about our wonderful school and to keep up with all of its happenings.
Nannie Berry is a special place where we strive to enrich young people in grades pre-K through 5. The school has been a source of pride for the city of Hendersonville since 1963, and we are glad that you have chosen to be a part of it.
Please use this page to explore all that NBE has to offer. You will quickly learn that all of our efforts are geared toward serving children, and that we are focused on getting better all the time!
If we can be of further assistance, please use the contact information in the directory to reach out. We look forward to serving your family at Nannie Berry.
With Bulldog Pride,
Kindergarten Registration is Friday April 21st 9-12:00 in cafeteria.
**Child must be 5 years old on or before Aug. 15th 2017
They will need to bring:
1) Tennessee Certificate of Immunization
2) Certified Birth Certificate (not a mothers copy)
3) TWO proofs of current residency
* Utility Bills (electric, water, gas, cable dated within last 30 days) '
Cell phone bill not accepted
* Cart Title
* Lease/ Deed-Closing Documents
* Voters Registration card
4) TN Drivers License or Picture ID of Primary Custodian
5) Custody Papers (required if parents have different addresses)
Mark your calendars for Tues April 25th 6:00-8:00 for our Incoming KIndergarten Parents Informational Meeting.
Thanks to Just 4 Kids Teeth and Dr. Bill Taylor for making this generous donation to our school!
SUMNER COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT OFFERS FREE FLU VACCINE
Gallatin, TN. – Flu season is here, with seasonal influenza cases now reported across Tennessee. The Sumner County Health Department is working to protect the entire community by providing flu vaccinations at no charge to area residents on a first come, first served basis. A small amount of vaccines is still available and to ensure they can be used to protect health will be provided at no charge to patients until vaccine supplies are depleted. Appointments must be made to receive flu vaccine, and are now being scheduled at the clinic.
“Anyone, even healthy people, can get the flu and serious problems related to the flu can happen at any age. Vaccination is the best protection against the flu, and the Sumner County Health Department recommends that everyone six months of age and older get a flu vaccine every year,” said Hal Hendricks, County Director. “It takes about two weeks to be protected after you get the flu vaccine, so we want everyone who hasn’t had their flu shot to get one right away to help keep our community healthy.”
The flu vaccine is especially important for people at high risk for serious illness or death from influenza such as the elderly, pregnant women and young children, as well as healthcare workers and family and friends of anyone at high risk. Expectant mothers should be vaccinated during pregnancy to protect themselves and pass protection on to their unborn babies.
Flu shots will be provided at no charge to patients. Both adults and children may receive flu vaccine at the clinic. The Sumner County Health Department has three clinics, Hendersonville - 824-0552, Gallatin - 206-1100, and Portland - 325-5237 that provides a range of services to protect, promote and improve the health of residents. The clinic are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
You must have an appotinment. They will not be accepting walk ins.