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Kenwood Middle School counselor Yuricka Rice was nominated for the Tennessee School Counseling Association (TnSCA) Counselor Spotlight. TnSCA is proud to showcase counselors who demonstrate excellence in their work with students. Mrs. Rice's nominator had the following words to say about her:

“In response to this pandemic, Yuricka showed efforts that went well beyond her job description. She was very proactive in ensuring the students received food during this time. She not only organized a time for parents to come to get food for their students, but she and her team also drove to the student's houses to deliver to the families that were unable to make it to the school during the designated time frame.”

Thank you for being a difference-maker, Mrs. Rice! For the complete spotlight, visit www.tcacounselors.org/tnsca
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Kenwood Middle School counselor Yuricka Rice was nominated for the Tennessee School Counseling Association (TnSCA) Counselor Spotlight. TnSCA is proud to showcase counselors who demonstrate excellence in their work with students. Mrs. Rices nominator had the following words to say about her:

“In response to this pandemic, Yuricka showed efforts that went well beyond her job description. She was very proactive in ensuring the students received food during this time. She not only organized a time for parents to come to get food for their students, but she and her team also drove to the students houses to deliver to the families that were unable to make it to the school during the designated time frame.”

Thank you for being a difference-maker, Mrs. Rice! For the complete spotlight, visit https://www.tcacounselors.org/tnsca

Congratulations to Dr. Mason Bellamy on your new appointment with our colleagues at Metro Nashville Public Schools!

“I am humbled and excited to accept this new challenge in my career, and I look forward to supporting the families and educators of Metro Nashville Public Schools,” stated Dr. Mason Bellamy. “I will forever be grateful to my CMCSS family for the opportunities this district has provided me. As a graduate of CMCSS this system has been in my heart for nearly 40 years, and accepting this new opportunity is certainly bittersweet. I am proud to have served the families, teachers, and principals of CMCSS. I look forward to watching CMCSS continue to innovate and create experiences for students making them college and career ready.”

“I wish Dr. Bellamy well in his new role and we will proudly follow the progress of his leadership impact on Metro Nashville Public Schools,” stated CMCSS Chief Academic Officer Dr. Sean Impeartrice. “We will post the Director of High Schools position this week and interview near the end of the week next week. Dr. Bellamy has worked with a high-quality team of Lead Principals and direct reports who know and understand the work we are engaged in at the high school level. Dr. Bellamy is committed to establishing overlap time with the new Director of High Schools once that position is named. Join me in congratulating Dr. Bellamy on his service to CMCSS.”Dr. Adrienne Battle has appointed Dr. Mason Bellamy to serve as the Chief of Academics and Schools for MNPS. A veteran educator and administrator in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System, Dr. Bellamy will oversee the academic and school support programs for Metro Schools.

“The Chief of Academics and Schools is going to play a critical role in our district as we embark upon the most unique and challenging school year the district has ever faced,” said Dr. Battle. “Dr. Bellamy brings a new perspective to MNPS - but with a deep understanding of operating a large school district in the Tennessee environment. His leadership experience at every level of CMCSS will serve Nashville and Davidson County's students and families well as we seek to achieve and enhance academic excellence at every school through strong curriculum and school support.”

Join us in warmly welcoming Dr. Bellamy, and learn more about him at: news.mnps.org/mason-bellamy-appointed-to-serve-as-chief-of-academics-and-schools-for-mnps/
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Congratulations to Dr. Mason Bellamy on your new appointment with our colleagues at Metro Nashville Public Schools!

“I am humbled and excited to accept this new challenge in my career, and I look forward to supporting the families and educators of Metro Nashville Public Schools,” stated Dr. Mason Bellamy. “I will forever be grateful to my CMCSS family for the opportunities this district has provided me. As a graduate of CMCSS this system has been in my heart for nearly 40 years, and accepting this new opportunity is certainly bittersweet. I am proud to have served the families, teachers, and principals of CMCSS. I look forward to watching CMCSS continue to innovate and create experiences for students making them college and career ready.”

“I wish Dr. Bellamy well in his new role and we will proudly follow the progress of his leadership impact on Metro Nashville Public Schools,” stated CMCSS Chief Academic Officer Dr. Sean Impeartrice. “We will post the Director of High Schools position this week and interview near the end of the week next week. Dr. Bellamy has worked with a high-quality team of Lead Principals and direct reports who know and understand the work we are engaged in at the high school level. Dr. Bellamy is committed to establishing overlap time with the new Director of High Schools once that position is named. Join me in congratulating Dr. Bellamy on his service to CMCSS.”

Parents of incoming CMCSS sixth-grade students may have received an email or text regarding laptop claim codes this evening. This message was sent in error from our automated system. Please disregard this communication. More information will be provided in the coming weeks regarding laptops for the 2020-2021 school year. ... See MoreSee Less

Parents of incoming CMCSS sixth-grade students may have received an email or text regarding laptop claim codes this evening. This message was sent in error from our automated system. Please disregard this communication. More information will be provided in the coming weeks regarding laptops for the 2020-2021 school year.

Thank you to the CMCSS families and employees that continue to provide feedback regarding reopening schools.

As district leaders prepare for the upcoming school year, they'll be answering the most frequently submitted questions in a new series "Focused on Reopening."

In this first video, hear from CMCSS Chief Communications Officer, Anthony Johnson, on the following topics:

0:39 - What does the Continuum of Options mean?

2:52 - K-12 Virtual School

4:07 - How can I enroll my student in K-12 Virtual?

5:00 - How were parent and employee surveys used?

6:23 - Masks

9:17 - Mental Health resources

10:15 - When will we know when/how schools will reopen?

To submit a question visit cmcss.net/reopening
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   Growth & Data
Students enrolled for the 2019 - 2020 school year
5 th
Year voted Best Community for Music Education
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Graduation rate for the 2017 - 2018 school year
$ mil
Total $ in scholarships earned by 2019 grads
Awards granted to the Class of 2018 graduates