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   Calendar
   District News

   Student Spotlight
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Welcome, students!   

The 2022-2023 school year begins on Monday, August 8. Welcome to our young learners, who may be attending school for the first time! We look forward to a year of celebration, excitement, and courage. Together, we can support our students in creating a positive and uplifting environment!

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Administrative Assistants, Bookkeepers, Office Assistants, Accounting, Business Office, Human Resources Departments, and more

Thank you to our Administrative Assistants, Bookkeepers, Office Assistants, Accounting, Business Office, Human Resources Departments, and more. There is little our administrative assistants cannot accomplish. They keep our schools running smoothly and help parents, students, and staff, at times simultaneously. We appreciate how you efficiently maintain CMCSS departments; we all rely on your organization! Thank you for answering the difficult questions, finding solutions, and tracking our success. Sometimes you are the first friendly face and calming voice for our stakeholders. What a difference your kindness makes.

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Wow! What a fantastic first day! 🥳

We look forward to seeing our 1st-grade through 12th-grade students again on Thursday, August 11, for the first full day of school.

Remember to share your photos! Tag @cmcssinfo and #cmcss2022 to have your pictures featured.
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Thank you to our City and County leadership for the wonderful welcome back! We are grateful for the community support of our schools. Today is the first half day of school, and we look forward to seeing your happy, smiling faces. ... See MoreSee Less

⏰A few reminders for the first day of school!

Monday, August 8, is a half day of school. To find your school's half-day schedule visit cmcss.net and click "Our Schools." 🍎 As a reminder, breakfast and lunch will not be served on Monday.

Aug 9 and 10 are Staff Development days. Students do not report. The first full day of school is Thursday, August 11. Schools will communicate individually with families regarding kindergarten flex days (Aug. 11-12 & 15-16). Your child will be scheduled to come into school on one of the four days following August 8. All kindergarteners will begin school on Wednesday, August 17, for their first full day.

📲 Through your PowerSchool account, you can confirm your child's teacher or class schedule, monitor attendance and grades, and stay connected with the district. To update your contact information on PowerSchool visit parents.cmcss.net. To create an account, visit powerschool.cmcss.net. If your child's teacher or class schedule does not appear in PowerSchool, please know there are staff at each school prepared to help students find their teacher and classroom.

🚌 To improve transportation services while facing the ongoing bus driver shortage, CMCSS updated its transportation routes and qualifications for the 2022-2023 school year. Read the original message sent to families on May 9, 2022, ➡️ www.cmcss.net/blog/2022/05/09/ops/.

If you have questions regarding your child's bus stop location, pick-up, or drop-off time, click this link and use the search options to find your address. bit.ly/3Q848vP

Please remember that traffic during the first few days of school is always an adjustment! We appreciate everyone's patience and safety as we navigate school zones, car rider lines, and bus stops.

We look forward to welcoming your student tomorrow morning!
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⏰A few reminders for the first day of school! 

Monday, August 8, is a half day of school. To find your schools half-day schedule visit cmcss.net and click Our Schools. 🍎 As a reminder, breakfast and lunch will not be served on Monday.

Aug 9 and 10 are Staff Development days. Students do not report. The first full day of school is Thursday, August 11. Schools will communicate individually with families regarding kindergarten flex days (Aug. 11-12 & 15-16). Your child will be scheduled to come into school on one of the four days following August 8. All kindergarteners will begin school on Wednesday, August 17, for their first full day.

📲 Through your PowerSchool account, you can confirm your childs teacher or class schedule, monitor attendance and grades, and stay connected with the district. To update your contact information on PowerSchool visit parents.cmcss.net. To create an account, visit powerschool.cmcss.net. If your childs teacher or class schedule does not appear in PowerSchool, please know there are staff at each school prepared to help students find their teacher and classroom.

🚌 To improve transportation services while facing the ongoing bus driver shortage, CMCSS updated its transportation routes and qualifications for the 2022-2023 school year. Read the original message sent to families on May 9, 2022, ➡️ https://www.cmcss.net/blog/2022/05/09/ops/. 

If you have questions regarding your childs bus stop location, pick-up, or drop-off time, click this link and use the search options to find your address. https://bit.ly/3Q848vP

Please remember that traffic during the first few days of school is always an adjustment! We appreciate everyones patience and safety as we navigate school zones, car rider lines, and bus stops.

We look forward to welcoming your student tomorrow morning!

Bus safety is an important part of the school day. Families, we need your help to ensure our students understand the importance of safe bus behavior. If you are looking for resources, check out our Bus Safety page: www.cmcss.net/bus-safety/.

This page has helpful information for first-time bus riders and students new to CMCSS. It also includes bus expectations and a video to share with your students.

CMCSS is actively hiring bus drivers! We are looking for community members who want to support our students a few hours a week. Learn more: www.cmcss.net/busdrivers/
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Bus safety is an important part of the school day. Families, we need your help to ensure our students understand the importance of safe bus behavior. If you are looking for resources, check out our Bus Safety page: https://www.cmcss.net/bus-safety/. 

This page has helpful information for first-time bus riders and students new to CMCSS. It also includes bus expectations and a video to share with your students. 

CMCSS is actively hiring bus drivers! We are looking for community members who want to support our students a few hours a week. Learn more: https://www.cmcss.net/busdrivers/
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⏰A few reminders for the first day of school!

Monday, August 8, is a half day of school. To find your school's half-day schedule visit cmcss.net and click "Our Schools." 🍎 As a reminder, breakfast and lunch will not be served on Monday.

Aug 9 and 10 are Staff Development days. Students do not report. The first full day of school is Thursday, August 11. Schools will communicate individually with families regarding kindergarten flex days (Aug. 11-12 & 15-16). Your child will be scheduled to come into school on one of the four days following August 8. All kindergarteners will begin school on Wednesday, August 17, for their first full day.

📲 Through your PowerSchool account, you can confirm your child's teacher or class schedule, monitor attendance and grades, and stay connected with the district. To update your contact information on PowerSchool visit parents.cmcss.net. To create an account, visit powerschool.cmcss.net. If your child's teacher or class schedule does not appear in PowerSchool, please know there are staff at each school prepared to help students find their teacher and classroom.

🚌 To improve transportation services while facing the ongoing bus driver shortage, CMCSS updated its transportation routes and qualifications for the 2022-2023 school year. Read the original message sent to families on May 9, 2022, ➡️ https://www.cmcss.net/blog/2022/05/09/ops/.

If you have questions regarding your child's bus stop location, pick-up, or drop-off time, visit https://www.cmcss.net/operations/ and click on Bus Stop Locator on the left-hand side to find your address and bus stop information.

Please remember that traffic during the first few days of school is always an adjustment! We appreciate everyone's patience and safety as we navigate school zones, car rider lines, and bus stops.

We look forward to welcoming your student tomorrow morning!
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How do I stay connected with communications from my child’s school and the district?

CMCSS families are encouraged to sign up for PowerSchool and SchoolMessenger notifications. These are the primary means of communication from both school-based administrators and the District. Families will receive everything from inclement weather messages to instruction updates. You can download the PowerSchool Mobile app (free) on any Android or iOS device, including Apple Watch, and sign up for text alerts, too.

Please note that families will receive communications regarding electronic forms for 1:1 technology, emergency cards, the Student Code of Conduct, health assessments, and other important topics. Reminders will be sent until the forms are completed. Contact your child’s enrolled school if you need paper forms or have questions about the forms.

📲HOW TO UPDATE YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION: Throughout the year, if a parent or guardian needs to update his or her contact information, please visit https://parents.cmcss.net/Home, and click the “Update Student Information” tile to enter new contact information.

GETTING STARTED

💻 CREATING A POWERSCHOOL ACCOUNT: To create a PowerSchool account, visit powerschool.cmcss.net, click the Create Account tab, and complete the form. You can find your child’s Access ID by visiting parent.cmcss.net and click on Get Student Security Info.

📲 POWERSCHOOL MOBILE APP: The PowerSchool app is a free and convenient resource for families to review their child’s academic progress. Once you set up an account using the directions above, download the app from the App Store or Google Play. Use CMCSS’ district code P Z Q N when you register.

⏰ SCHOOLMESSENGER TEXT ALERTS: Once you’re registered in PowerSchool, text (Y) to (67587) and opt-in to mobile messaging.

*Messaging and data rates may apply.

To learn more helpful information on all Back to School news click on the link in our bio.
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Congratulations to Rossview High Latin students who placed among the top students at the national NJCL Convention.

Rossview High Latin teacher Alyssa Sanchez and four students attended the national event, including Wyatt Roder, Logan Graff, Isabella Ochoa, and Jia Do. All four students placed first in at least one event.

🏆 Logan Graff placed tenth in Ancient Geography and eighth in 200 meter spring.

🏆 Isabella Ochoa placed sixth in Classical Art and eighth in derivatives.

🏆 Jia Do placed fifth in Classical Art and third in Impromptu Art.

🏆 Wyatt Roder placed first in the nation in Latin Literature, Roman Life, Academic Heptathlon, Latin Vocabulary, Mythology, and Reading Comp. He placed second in Latin Derivatives and Latin Grammar. He placed third in Mottos and fourth in Roman History. He lead the advanced Tennessee Certamen team to a second place win taking the team to the finals for the first time since 2006. He also placed first in the academic Decathlon as a Latin III beating students who have taken Latin for 6+ years. Overall, Wyatt placed third in overall academic and sixth place in overall sweepstakes winners.
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How can I find out what my child is being taught throughout the school year? 👨‍🏫

CMCSS teaches the Tennessee State Standards as approved by the State Board of Education. The CMCSS Instruction & Curriculum Department developed the Parent Academic Resources Hub to share the instructional units, unit pacing guides, and standards with parents and students so they know what is being taught throughout the year.

View the Back to School information in our link in bio.
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Family Guide to the Start of the School Year: Student Code of Conduct

The Student Code of Conduct communicates the rights, responsibilities, rules, and due process procedures for CMCSS students. The Code of Conduct applies to any student who is on school property, who is on a school bus or at a school bus stop, who is in attendance at school or at any school-sponsored activity/program, or whose conduct at any time or place (i.e., off-campus conduct) has a direct and immediate effect on maintaining order and discipline in the schools. This includes all social media.

Annually, families are required to acknowledge that they have read the Student Code of Conduct. The Technology Department has sent electronic acknowledgment forms to all families.

With the escalating student behaviors observed over the past few years, it is extremely important that families read the Student Code of Conduct, reinforce positive behaviors with students, and explain the consequences, including potential criminal charges, for offenses.

Find a link to the Student Code of Conduct in our bio. Click on Back to School Information.
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What information do families with a kindergartener need to know?

Elementary School Open Houses are a great time to visit with your child’s teacher, tour the school, and learn about a typical kindergarten day.

All kindergarteners will attend the half day of school on Monday, August 8. Each elementary school will host its first day of school in a manner best suited for its families. While it is not required that families attend the entire half day, some may choose to do so.

Schools will communicate individually with families regarding kindergarten flex days (Aug. 11-12 & 15-16). Your child will be scheduled to come into school on one of the four days following August 8. All kindergarteners will then begin school on Wednesday, August 17 for their first full day of school.

Click the link in bio to learn more Back to School info.
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