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Vaccinations Help Prevent Serious Illness

Parents, as flu season approaches, please consider having your child vaccinated. Over 1,485 American children have died from seasonal flu (or influenza) in the past decade, and 50 of those children were from Tennessee.  Countless other children became seriously ill with this virus. The flu vaccine offers the best available protection from the risk of flu death.





What you need to know for the 2018-19 school year!

When does school start? Monday, Aug. 6 is the first half day, Wednesday, Aug. 8 is the first full day.





2018 U.S. News & World Report Best High Schools

CMCSS is so proud to announce that Rossview High, Northwest High, and The Middle College at APSU are ranked 2018 U.S. News & World Report Best High Schools! The U.S. News rankings include data on more than 20,500 public schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. Schools were awarded gold, silver or bronze […]





Pre-K Application

Pre-K Application for 2018-2019

Thank you for your interest in CMCSS Pre-K programs.  As of now, all of our programs are full for the 2018-2019 school year.





The Kennedy Center

CMCSS Selected to Participate in Prestigious Kennedy Center Program

CMCSS and APSU’s Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts (CECA) are among seven teams nationwide selected to join the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ Partners in Education, a program designed to assist arts organizations throughout the nation to develop or expand education partnerships with their local school systems. A primary focus of […]





CMCSS Grad Rate

CMCSS Grad Rate is 95.1%

The state Department of Education today released graduation rates across Tennessee. CMCSS’s rate is 95.1%! “Our initial glimpse at the data shows strong promise in reference to the hard work and focus that our students and teachers continue to make. We plan to be intentional about finding opportunities for continuous improvement and building on our […]




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High School Open House is this Thursday, August 23, from 5-7 p.m. Meet your child’s teachers, tour the school and receive valuable information to start the year off right! #cmcss ... See MoreSee Less

High School Open House is this Thursday, August 23, from 5-7 p.m. Meet your child’s teachers, tour the school and receive valuable information to start the year off right! #cmcss

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Clarksville-Montgomery County School System

Moore Magnet Elementary School was among 15 schools in the state to receive the Tennessee STEM School Designation. This inaugural year designation, developed in collaboration with the STEM Leadership Council and the Tennessee STEM Innovation Network, is designed to recognize schools that promote and implement rigorous STEM-related learning opportunities for all students that lead to postsecondary achievement and high-quality careers.
Each school was evaluated through a rigorous application process. Schools were asked to complete a self-evaluation, participate in interviews, and host site visits with the Tennessee STEM Designation review team. The designation rubric included five focus areas: infrastructure, curriculum and instruction, professional development, achievement, and community and postsecondary partnerships.
As a part of the process, schools were required to submit a plan of action for implementing and sustaining STEM education for the next five years. All K-12 schools serving students in Tennessee, both public and private, were eligible to apply. From this process, a total of 14 public schools and one private school received the Tennessee STEM School Designation.

A CMCSS teacher is among 39 educators have been selected for the 2018-19 class of the Tennessee Educator Fellowship, the State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE).
“The Tennessee Educator Fellowship has brought together dynamic and talented educators who are passionate advocates for education policies and practices that can improve student achievement,” SCORE Executive Chairman and CEO Jamie Woodson said. “The fellows’ diverse perspectives and experiences are invaluable as they work both inside and outside the classroom and participate in state conversations on preparing all students for postsecondary and workforce success.”
The Tennessee Educator Fellowship is a yearlong program that helps teachers, school counselors, and librarians learn about education policy and equips them to advocate for their students and their profession.
Dr. Tenesha Hardin teaches first grade at West Creek Elementary School in Clarksville-Montgomery County
Schools. She has taught for 17 years.

Local schools and students received recognition for outstanding performance at the Junior Civitan International Convention in June. Montgomery Central Middle School, under the leadership of adviser Margaret Thompson won: Honor Club of Distinction; First Place for Community Project of the Year; First Place for Campus Project of the Year; and Second Place for Club of the Year.

Taylor Albertia of the Clarksville High School club was recognized as the Jr. Civitan Dance-A-Thon top fundraiser (raised $6200.00), served as the International Convention’s Sergeant-at-Arms, and will serve as the Valley District Governor next year.

Marissa Lott of the Northeast High School club was chosen as the 2017-2018 Governor of the Year. This award came with a $1,000 scholarship and an International Honor Key. In addition, she was voted in as the 2018-2019 Vice President of Junior Civitan International.

In July, the CMCSS Communications Department received an Award of Achievement from the National School Public Relations Association for production of the Director’s Rise Report. The recognition is the top award which can be earned for a special publication. The report was designed by Rossview High Academy of Media Arts and Technology teacher Erica Trout. The content was gathered by Communications staff in conjunction with the entry plan of Millard House.
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Clarksville-Montgomery County School System

Today, all Pre-K and Kindergarten students return to school. Welcome Back!
“You're off to Great Places!
Today is your day!
Your mountain is waiting,
So...get on your way!”
― Dr. Seuss, Oh, The Places You'll Go!
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Today, all Pre-K and Kindergarten students return to school. Welcome Back!
“Youre off to Great Places!
Today is your day!
Your mountain is waiting,
So...get on your way!” 
― Dr. Seuss, Oh, The Places Youll Go!Image attachment

Glenellen Assistant Principal Announced

Abby Binkley, who has served as executive director of the Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation since May 2016, has been named assistant principal at Glenellen Elementary School. She is replacing Jami Skevington who is now principal at Pisgah Elementary.

Mrs. Binkley previously served as assistant principal at Northeast High School and as a teacher at Rossview Elementary, West Creek Elementary and at Rossview High School. She has a master of arts in education from Bethel University and earned her B.S. in health and physical education from Kennesaw State University.

She has been trained in McREL Balanced Leadership, and completed the CMCSS Leadership Development program and the CMCSS Aspiring Administrator Academy.
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Glenellen Assistant Principal Announced
 
Abby Binkley, who has served as executive director of the Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation since May 2016, has been named assistant principal at Glenellen Elementary School. She is replacing Jami Skevington who is now principal at Pisgah Elementary.
 
Mrs. Binkley previously served as assistant principal at Northeast High School and as a teacher at Rossview Elementary, West Creek Elementary and at Rossview High School. She has a master of arts in education from Bethel University and earned her B.S. in health and physical education from Kennesaw State University.
 
She has been trained in McREL Balanced Leadership, and completed the CMCSS Leadership Development program and the CMCSS Aspiring Administrator Academy.

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   Growth & Data
Students enrolled for the 2017 - 2018 school year
4 th
Year voted Best Community for Music Education
%
Graduation rate for the 2017 - 2018 school year
$ mil
Total $ in scholarships earned by 2018 grads
Awards granted to the Class of 2018 graduates