Chief Communications Officer
621 Gracey Avenue
The Communications Office strives to disseminate the successes, challenges, and goals of the School System honestly and effectively.
Engaging, involving, and informing the public is accomplished through stakeholder groups; media outlets; online web and video content;
printed communications; and the telephone notification system. This department is responsible for maintaining student records and
supporting the printing needs of schools and departments districtwide. Additionally, the department serves as the liaison between
the district and the community by overseeing business-school partnerships; securing sponsorships to support student and educational
activities; and providing the guidance and support for the Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation.
Supporting Our Students
The Communications Office supports or leads initiatives designed to provide 30,300 students with success in academic
achievement. Through community relations and the CMC Education Foundation, students have access to greater resources
which support learning. Fundraising and organizational sponsorship of events provides students with recognition, rewards
and access to better classroom environments. Production of materials used for assessments and the sharing of important
information is the responsibility of this office, as is the maintenance of student records.
Supporting Our Staff
This office provides communication leadership for an organization of 4,000 employees. Through the Teacher Warehouse
project, staff, volunteers and donors make classroom resources available. Information sharing and feedback collection
are key to a successful organization and are overseen by this department. Through video and printed materials, this
office supports staff training and development.