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2019-2020 Zoning Recommendation

                    The Clarksville-Montgomery County School Board on first reading at the Dec. 4, 2018 School Board Study Session heard the recommendation that no changes be made to the elementary, middle, or high school zone lines for the 2019-2020 school year.



Clarksville Teaching Fellows 2019-2020

                    Clarksville Teaching Fellows (CTF) is seeking current Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (CMCSS) classified employees with at least a bachelor’s degree and no teaching certification who desire to become high-performing teachers. This program is made possible through a partnership between CMCSS and the Nashville Teacher Residency […]



CMCSS Increases Number of Reward Schools to 16

Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools received good news on Tennessee’s school data release with 16 of its schools performing in the state’s top five percent and being named “Reward” schools. “We are very proud that our students are staying the course to make academic achievement and progress,” said Director of Schools Millard House II. “We owe a […]



2018-2019 School Year

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.


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Kindergarten through second-grade students at Moore Magnet Elementary School had the opportunity to learn about personal finance and philanthropy while “purchasing” gifts for family members. Through a generous donation by Progressive Directions, Inc, students got to visit the Christmas Depot and pick out two gifts for their families. Students earned, through positive behavior, “Moore Money” to purchase gifts, and were given the option to donate to other students, learning a valuable lesson on altruism. Older students in the Beta Club helped the younger students, and the PTO, faculty, and staff organized the store and wrapped the gifts so students could surprise family members. #definingdifference #partnersineducation

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High School Exams will begin Monday, December 17 and go through Wednesday, December 19. Best wishes to all of our students! #cmcss ... See MoreSee Less

High School Exams will begin Monday, December 17 and go through Wednesday, December 19. Best wishes to all of our students! #cmcss

This month, we are very appreciative of the gifts our students and educators are to the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System and this community. Their outstanding recognitions reflect positively on our organization and show how committed they are to excellence.

SHAPE America (the national Physical Education association) recently recognized:

Sango Elementary School’s Mark Banasiak was chosen as the 2019 SHAPE America Southern District Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year.

Montgomery Central High School’s Shannon Morrison as the 2019 SHAPE America Southern District Secondary Physical Education Teacher of the Year.

The southern district includes 14 states from Texas to Virginia. As a result, both are now a top five finalist for the SHAPE America National Physical Education Teacher of the Year in their respective categories. The national winner will be announced in April 2019.

In November, the Kenwood Knights Robotics teams competed in a VEX State Qualifying tournament in White House, TN. At the completion of the tournament, two of Kenwood’s teams were awarded honors beyond just robotic competition.
Team 98706W was awarded the Judges' Award for their outstanding interview and overall robot design. Team 98706S was awarded the Excellence Award, given to the overall top team and the highest honor in the competition. Team 98706K made it to the semifinal round of the tournament. Abraham Wolfe is the VEX Robotics Head Coach.

RHS student Joseph Bierman has been selected to represent Tennessee as a nominee for the National U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. He was chosen from more than 100 applicants and the process was highly selective. He will go on to compete at the national level, with the chosen recipient announced in April. Joseph was recognized for the General Academic Component. Ashley Rands of RHS was recognized for the Career Technical Education component.

On the athletics side, congratulations to Zaden Webber of Rossview High, who was a finalist for Mr. Tennessee Football. He was one of only three kickers recognized.

CMCSS had one school and two individuals receive A.F. Bridges awards at the TSSAA Regional meeting in Nashville last month.

· Montgomery Central High School was awarded the A.F. Bridges State Award of Excellence for Middle Tennessee Class AAA
· Schanda Doughty, principal of Rossview High School, received the A.F. Bridges Athletic District 5 Principal of the Year award
· Shannon Cummings, athletic director and assistant principal of Clarksville High School, received the A.F. Bridges Athletic District 5 Athletic Director of the Year Award

We, along with TSSAA, are extremely proud for the administration and staff at Montgomery Central, Dr. Doughty and Mr. Cummings.

Montgomery County Soil Conservation District together with the Kiwanis Clubs of Clarksville, recently hosted their Annual Conservation Awards at which Danny Boner, Montgomery Central High School agriculture teacher, received the 2018 Agriculture Educator Award.

One Rossview High and four Rossview Middle School students were chosen for the Organization for American Kodály Educators National Youth Choir that will take place in Columbus, Ohio March 20-23, 2019. They include: Hailey Westerman for the American Kodaly Educators National Women’s Chorus. Her teacher is Danny Chartrand. The middle school students are: Cassidy Mahar, Grace Allensworth, Macy Izatt, and Daniel Casteneda. Their teacher is Kristina Waugh.
The OAKE National Conference is an annual event occurring in a different city each year throughout the United States, bringing together well-known clinicians, educators, conductors, and entertainment over the course of four days culminating in the Saturday performance of the students who have been selected to participate in the National Choirs. There are four audition-based OAKE National Conference Choirs, each led by a nationally renowned
conductor. Accepted singers will learn and memorize the music at home with their own teachers before going to the conference city.

The Army selected Randy Davis as the national JROTC Teacher of Year. He was an instructor at Northwest High School.

Walter Braem is the 2019 winner of the Southeastern Theatre Conference Innovative Playwriting Instruction Award.

SETC awards a one-year SETC membership, makes arrangements for you to attend the annual conference in Knoxville with a $250 travel allowance and hotel accommodations, and provides a ticket to the awards banquet.
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Classes in CMCSS will operate on a two-hour delay tomorrow, Monday, December 10. To clarify, students will be on a two-hour delay. Employees should report at their normal time as is stated in the Inclement Weather policy, which is located on the website. Bus drivers and bus aides will be reporting on a two-hour delay to provide services to students. Pre Kindergarten will not report tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less

Friday, December 7 will be an early dismissal day. Students will be dismissed 2 hours, 15 minutes early. #cmcss ... See MoreSee Less

Friday, December 7 will be an early dismissal day. Students will be dismissed 2 hours, 15 minutes early. #cmcss

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Students enrolled for the 2018 - 2019 school year
4 th
Year voted Best Community for Music Education
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Graduation rate for the 2016 - 2017 school year
$ mil
Total $ in scholarships earned by 2018 grads
Awards granted to the Class of 2018 graduates