VIRTUAL OFFICE HOURS
Attention Residents and Prospective Residents:
We understand that 2019-nCoV preparedness is at the forefront of your minds and wanted to take a moment and continue to reassure you that the safety and health of all tenants, visitors and employees remains our top priority as we continue to closely monitor the situation. Although we are unaware of any 2019-nCoV exposure here, out of precaution we will only be available virtually until further notice.
Contact us by phone or email
9:00 am-4:00 pm
Emergency Maintenance: 615-989-7641 Option #2
Rent Payments Should Be Dropped In The Rent Box
As property management, we are not public health experts. We encourage you to follow the guidance of the CDC (https://www.cdc.gov/) and the Metro Health Department (https://www.nashville.gov/Health-Department.aspx).
Last Updated: 3/20/2020
Sumner County Resource List
To be Connected to United Way Partner Agencies that Provide Various types of Help
United Way 211
Dial using your phone: 211 or 311
Help with Utilities
Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency
233 Legends Drive, Suite 103
Help with Paying Rent
330 N. Dunham Ave
Help with Unemployment Benefits
Help with Food
Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency
233 Legends Drive, Suite 103
Food for Youth (from 10am-noon)
Gallatin High School, at 700 Dan P Herron Dr. in Gallatin
Shafer Middle School, at 240 Albert Gallatin Ave. in Gallatin
Union STEM Elementary School, at 516 Carson St. in Gallatin
Access to the Internet
Internet Essentials from Comcast
Contact: Troy Russell
Special Shopping Hours For Seniors
Dollar General Stores (First Hour of Opening)
Walmart (First Hour of Opening)
Target (First Hour of Opening)
Publix (First Hour of Opening)
Out of School Resources
ABCMouse.com Early Learning Academy is a curriculum for preschool through second grade. Adventure Academy is an online game, serving elementary and middle-school aged children with thousands of learning activities in a fun and safe virtual world. Reading IQ is a digital library and literacy platform for children 12 and under designed to improve literacy skills. A free month trial is available now
http://geoalliance.asu.edu/maps: The purpose of the Arizona Geographic Alliance is to strengthen geography education. They have a nice collection of maps for all grade levels including maps of the world, various countries and maps with historical themes.
Booksbythebushel.com (PK-1) Books by the Bushel offers FREE literacy activities for young students. They are very simple, but many would need to be printed at home
Biologyinmotion.com: Original and entertaining biology animations and interactive activities, available for free.
Brainpop.com: Engaging learning games, animated movies, and activities. Designed with relevance, depth, and humor to encourage kids on their unique learning paths. (science, social studies, English, math, arts & music, health & SEL, engineering & tech)
Civiced.org : The Center offers effective programs in civic education. The main curricular programs of the Center are: We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution, which is used from upper elementary through middle and high school levels. They have free lesson plans and resources for students and teachers.
https://www.storylineonline.net/ “Storyline Online, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children's books alongside creatively produced illustrations. Readers include Viola Davis, Chris Pine, Lily Tomlin, Kevin Costner, Annette Bening, James Earl Jones, Betty White and dozens more.”
Chem4Kids: The site provides explanations, activities and other resources to aid students (and everyone) who wants to understand matter, atoms, elements, the periodic table, reactions, biochemistry and more.
DIY Science: Sponsored by the Adventure Science Center, this website, “offer[s] DIY Science lessons and experiments the whole family can enjoy! Each lesson provides instruction, a materials list, and ideas for activities to get hands-on with science, including sample questions to get those gears turning. Check back for more lessons!”
https://www.dreambox.com/at-home Dreambox has three different age-appropriate learning environments for mathematics: K - 2, 3 - 5 and 6 - 8. Though there is usually a monthly fee, they are currently giving 90-day free trials to the online learning platform, which is adaptive/individualized to the learner.
funbrain.com: An educational browser game website for children in grades K-8. Includes topics like math, grammar, science, spelling and history.
khanacademy.org a nonprofit with the mission to provide a free education for anyone, anywhere. Along with offering free resources for parents, students and teachers, Kahn is hosting daily (weekdays) 11 a.m. CST live streams on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter for students, parents, and teachers navigating school closures.
Limitless Libraries: E-book and audiobooks are available.
National Park Tours: 33 National Park Tours you can take from your couch.
pbslearningmedia.org PBS and your local station have curated FREE, standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans, and more. You must create an account to use the service.
Doodles-Academy.org : A free art curriculum that is available virtually. It provides art projects that offer authentic art experiences for students — every student makes their own artistic decisions and walks away from the project with artwork unique to them. Each project includes video tutorials and thorough lesson plans so that anyone can feel comfortable teaching art, regardless of their background or experience level. More, the art projects are aligned to topics and themes found in literacy, math, social studies, and science
Frist Kids: Provided by the Frist Art Museum this site is perfect for students interested in knowing more about art. They have several videos, and each video has an art project you can make at home.
https://www.youtube.com/user/kookookangaroo Stay active and get exercise with you children by dancing and singing along with funny, made-up songs
(WJW) — Amid the coronavirus pandemic that is closing schools, businesses, attractions and events across the country, Comcast Cable is reaching out to low-income families to offer assistance so they can stay connected.
“For millions of low-income Americans who don't have Internet service at home, this uncertain time is going to be even more difficult to manage,” Comcast said in a press release. “As schools and businesses close and families are encouraged, or even mandated, to stay home, Internet connectivity becomes even more important.”
Starting Monday, Comcast is putting in place two program enhancements to help low-income families.
Here is the breakdown on the packages:
To sign up, applicants can simply visit www.internetessentials.com. There are also two dedicated phone numbers 1-855-846-8376 for English and 1-855-765-6995 for Spanish.
Managing Your Deliveries : When you order merchandise or newspapers to be delivered, always provide them with detailed instructions as to where and how to deliver your purchases. If you are unable to be at home at time of delivery, please consider having them shipped to an alternative address such as your work place or friend.
Safe Driving: Please observe the speed limit signs posted around the community. Safety is important to us at Sumner Gardens Apts. Speeding through our parking areas increases the risk of hitting a child or pet. Be careful going over speed bumps, as not slowing down can wreck your car's suspension, shocks, steering components and tires.
Resident Referral Program: We have a great referral program here. If you send us someone you know who is looking for an apartment and they end up leasing here, you will receive up to $300 off your rent after they have been here for 60 days. Please inquire about this program with a property team member in the office or on our website. We look forward to hearing from you.
Rent Due Date: Rent is always due on the first of every month and you have a grace period until the 5th of the month to avoid late fees. If the 5th falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or Holiday your options are to:
1) Pay rent early
2) Drop it in the Drop box located outside of the office door
3) Bring it to the office on the next business day. As long as we receive it during office hours, there will not be a late fee.
If you have any questions regarding this policy, please contact the office.
Thank you residents! We at Sumner Gardens do our very best to meet your needs and manage the property to a high standard. However, we recognize that it is our residents who make this community great. Thank you! We are happy to have you here and look forward to a great year!
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