Governor Recognizes Four Clarksville Reward Schools
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman announced 168 schools as the 2013-14 Reward Schools, the top 5 percent of schools in the state for academic achievement and the top 5 percent for annual growth. Four of those schools are in CMCSS, with the announcement staged at Hazelwood Elementary.
State Releases District Data
The State Department of Education released district level achievement data taken from last spring’s assessments for grades 3-high school. CMCSS remained in the same category as last year, in Need of Improvement.
CMCSS Definition of Bullying
To distinguish bullying-related acts from other inappropriate behaviors,
CMCSS defines bullying as: (a) harm occurs through an intentional act; and
(b) a power imbalance exists; and
(c) the accused enjoys carrying out the action; and (d) the accused repeats the behavior, often in a systematic way; and
(e) the target has a sense of being persecuted or oppressed and is
hurt physically and or psychologically.
Bullying-related acts may include:
? Actions of engaging in reprisal or retaliation against any person who reports, who is a target of, or witness to a bullying-related act, or any person with reliable information about a bullying-related act; or actions in which one falsely accuses another of having committed a bullying-related act as a means of reprisal or retaliation or as a means of a bullying related act.
Barkers Mill Elementary School Library Website
Pre-Registration On Line
Parents are able to PRE-register their students who have never attended Clarksville Montgomery County Schools. To complete the registration process, parents will need to go to the school with necessary documents: birth certificate, immunization on TN form, current health physical, and proof of address. Custody documents are required on case by case basis.
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