The Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library offers technology cards for each student in Montgomery County. This card allows students to access library services including R.E.A.D.S., Freegal, Mango, Universal Class, Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL), Tumblebooks and more. (more…)
September 21st, 2018
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 debt of thanks to our teachers, administrators and classified staff for keeping the focus on student learning. And, we cannot overlook the great support we receive from students’ families and the community.”
The 2017-18 Reward Schools for CMCSS include:
Barksdale Elementary, Byrns Darden Elementary, Montgomery Central Elementary, Hazelwood Elementary, Glenellen Elementary, East Montgomery Elementary, Northeast Elementary, Sango Elementary, Woodlawn Elementary, West Creek Elementary, Carmel Elementary, Rossview Elementary, Pisgah Elementary, Oakland Elementary, Northeast Middle School and Middle College High School at Austin Peay State University.
CMCSS had 11 of its schools on the Reward School designation list for the previous year.
July 10th, 2018
When does school start?
Monday, Aug. 6 is the first half day, Wednesday, Aug. 8 is the first full day. (more…)
May 22nd, 2018
Registration for 2018 CMCSS Summer School program has been scheduled, along with the Summer School dates, times and location.
May 11th, 2018
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 medals based on their performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college.
Rossview High received a silver medal and was ranked #16 in the state of Tennessee. Northwest High was ranked #28 and received a bronze medal. The Middle College at APSU received a bronze medal.
February 13th, 2018
According to CMCSS Director of Schools Millard House, “We appreciate the County Commission’s support and the County Mayor’s leadership in helping the school system appropriately serve our community’s children. With the population growth in Clarksville-Montgomery County, we want to respond with providing adequate educational facilities for optimal student learning environments.”
Chief Operations Officer Jim Sumrell added, “Plans are in place to begin construction in March of all four school expansions, with preparation work starting immediately. There will be temporary adjustments for students, their families and our staff as we begin work on the buildings, with changes to traffic patterns as one example. Principals at all four schools will share communication with their stakeholders to continuously inform them of potential impacts. Plans are to have the projects complete by mid-school year 2018-19.”
Student populations in CMCSS have grown by around 2,500 students over the past two years. The expansions will add 46 classrooms among the four schools.
February 2nd, 2018
January 29th, 2018
Currently, CMCSS offers innovative programs like the Academies of CMCSS in all seven of the traditional high schools. Additionally, each high school offers options like dual enrollment, Advanced Placement (AP), and Career Technical Education (CTE) courses.
“CMCSS is committed to ensuring that multiple college and career pathways exist,” stated Millard L. House II, Director of Schools. “Our hope is to build on to the foundation for a strong workforce, an improved quality of life, and a strengthened basis for success for our students.”
CMCSS will offer two new programs: CMCSS at Nashville State Community College (NSCC) and CMCSS at Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT). Both of these programs will offer students hands-on learning experiences and opportunities to earn industry certifications while completing the necessary high school courses for graduation.
CMCSS at NSCC will be offering certifications in both Early Childhood Education and Logistics. At CMCSS at TCAT, students can work towards certifications in Diesel Powered Equipment Technology, Industrial Maintenance and Electricity, Pharmacy Technician, and HVAC/Refrigeration.
“One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to education,” said Dr. Jean Luna, CMCSS Director of High Schools. “It is important for us to offer as many options as possible to meet the needs of our diverse student body. By providing numerous industry-aligned and student-interest-based pathways, we can empower our students to make choices that help them achieve their career and life goals.”
In addition to the new programs, the Middle College at Austin Peay State University (APSU) has revised its program and will be offering two different pathways. The Transitional Middle College Pathway will be similar to the current Middle College program with some enhancements. The Associate Degree Pathway will allow students who complete their junior and senior years the opportunity to graduate with both a high school diploma and an APSU Associate Degree.
“All three of these programs are made possible through partnerships with the three post-secondary institutions,” stated Luna. “Through these collaborations, we are able to combine resources and expertise to better meet the needs and goals of students and provide our community with a highly-qualified workforce.”
CMCSS personnel will be visiting all district high schools to share these options with current sophomores. Additionally, there will be a current sophomore parent interest meeting onMonday, Feb. 5 at 6 p.m. in the Ann Hunter Board Room at CMCSS Central Services Gracey.
For more information, visit:
Middle College – middlecollege.cmcss.net
NSCC – www.cmcss.net/NSCC
TCAT – www.cmcss.net/TCAT
Academies of CMCSS – www.cmcss.net/academies
September 15th, 2017
“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 successes in every way possible,” according to Schools Director Millard House.
Here are the graduation rates by school:
Kenwood High, 91.4
Montgomery Central, 93.7 (more…)
September 15th, 2017
Please note: This article was originally published on 9/15/2017. Information and/or dates from past events may be not be relevant for the current school year.
Dr. Rebecca Padgett has been selected as assistant principal and school support coordinator at Rossview High School.
Padgett has worked in CMCSS for 12 years, most recently as academic coach for the Academies of CMCSS. She has experience as the AVID coordinator and teacher at Rossview, and as an English teacher at Northeast High School. Other academic experience includes being an adjunct instructor at Draughons Junior College. She has served as assistant women’s basketball coach at Austin Peay and head women’s basketball coach at the University of West Alabama.