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CMCSS Picked as a ‘District of Distinction’

Please note: This article was originally published on 7/22/2015. Information and/or dates from past events may be not be relevant for the current school year.

The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System has been named a District of Distinction by the editors of District Administration magazine for its Leadership Development. 


In its July edition, District Administration magazine honored 30 school districts as Districts of Distinction. This is the third round of honorees in this national recognition program, which was launched last year.

Districts of Distinction was created by District Administration magazine to honor school districts that are leading the way with new ideas that work. Honorees were selected based on the quantifiable results and replicability of their initiatives. The July 2015 honorees were selected by the magazine’s editors out of hundreds of nominations.


“Districts of Distinction is our way of honoring districts around the country that are innovative and creative in improving education,” says JD Solomon, editorial director at District Administration magazine. “We look forward to recognizing more districts in the next round of this program.”


All of the honorees were published in the July edition of District Administration and are also being featured online on the magazine’s website. To learn more about the CMCSS honor, visit


“Our comprehensive leadership development program is designed to provide opportunities for all employees to learn to lead from their respective positions, broadening their circles of influence in support of the district’s mission and vision,” Director of Schools B.J. Worthington said.


To hear from CMCSS staff who have experienced the Leadership Development program, click here:


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