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Spring is a beautiful time of year, but it also comes with many stressors like changes in routines, state testing, and grades. If you or someone you know is struggling emotionally or having a hard time, please seek help immediately.

2019 Academies of CMCSS Summer Camps

The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System will be offering six different Academies of CMCSS camps for students this summer. Registration details and deadlines vary by camp.

2019 CMCSS Teacher Job Fair

The 2019 Clarksville-Montgomery County School System Teacher Job Fair will take place on April 12. During the Teacher Job Fair, candidates will have the opportunity to meet the principal from each school and learn more about what makes CMCSS The Defining Difference. Intent to hire contracts may be offered on the day of, or the […]

Pre-K for the 2019-2020 School Year

                    Thank you for your interest in CMCSS Pre-K programs.

CMCSS Recognized for Exemplary Services to Supporting Students

The Tennessee Department of Education has selected the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System as one of six districts to be named as an Exemplary ACCESS District. ACCESS is the acronym for All Children are Challenged and Equipped for Success in School.   CMCSS was recognized for its intensive work and exceptional dedication to providing ACCESS for all students to high quality instruction and intervention […]

Spring Semester Calendar Change

Due to special elections announced last week by the Montgomery County Election Commission, two dates in the 2019 CMCSS spring semester calendar will be changed to teacher professional development days with no students reporting. It has been the practice of CMCSS, as advised by the Department of Homeland Security, to not have students present in […]

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Clarksville-Montgomery County School System

Students from Moore STEM School had an opportunity to Skype with students from the Cheery Children Education Centre in Nairobi, Kenya in order to learn about their culture as well as the similarities they share. ... See MoreSee Less

Reminder, next week is Spring Break. Schools are closed, and students do not report. Classes will resume Monday, April 1. Have a fun and safe break!!
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Reminder, next week is Spring Break. Schools are closed, and students do not report. Classes will resume Monday, April 1. Have a fun and safe break!!

Javon White, a senior at West Creek High School in Mr. Matthew Fischer's Audio and Video Production program, interviewed Mayor Joe Pitts for a student-produced news segment.

Students from the second and third levels of the program collaborated to produce all aspects of the video. In the Audio and Video Production classes, students are taught the foundations of television and video production. Some of the skills students learn are interpersonal communication, script writing, story research, filming techniques, broadcasting engineering, video editing, marketing, sports production, and broadcast journalism.

Thank you, Mayor Pitts for participating in this interview and helping provide our students with real-world, relevant experiences to help them graduate college and career ready!

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Clarksville-Montgomery County School System

Congratulations to all of those being recognized with Points of Pride this month!

First, we offer kudos to Rossview High senior Josh Hunter, who has been named a National Merit finalist.

CMCSS was well represented this year in the State Wrestling Tournament with the following achievements:

In Individual – Boys:
Clarksville High’s Christian Isbell was State Champion in the 132lb weight class
Clarksville High’s Bradley Williams was State Champion in the 195lb weight class
Rossview High’s Logan McMillan was 2nd place in the 220lb weight class
Rossview High’s Samuel Shires was 3rd place in the 113lb weight class

In Individual – Girls:
Rossview High’s Robin Yunis was State Champion in the 125lb weight class
Rossview High’s Emma Walker was State Champion in the 132 weight class
Rossview High’s Kyelia Maxwell was State Champion in the 160lb weight class
Rossview High’s Saqara Buchanan was 2nd Place in the 140lb weight class

Northwest High’s Catherine Palmieri was State Champion in the 190lb weight class
Northwest High’s Deyla Brito-Perez was 2nd place in the 170lb weight class
Northwest High’s NovaLee Feichko was 2nd place in the 215lb weight class
Northwest High’s Taylor Rickley was 3rd place in the 150lb weight class
Northwest High’s Brianna Teasley was 3rd place in the 160lb weigh class

Montgomery Central’s Vivian Hurn was State Champion in the 150lb weight class

In Team competition:
Rossview Girls were both the State Dual Tournament Champions and State Individual Tournament Champions (for the second year in a row)

Northwest Girls were the State Individual Tournament Runners-Up

From wrestling to music, we want to recognize students from Kenwood and Rossview High Schools who have received the prestigious honor of being named to the All State Band and All State Orchestra. They include:

From Kenwood: Emma Kreuser – All State Band
From Rossview: Olivia Voldarski– All State Band; Hunter Keeran – All State Orchestra; Shelby White– All State Band; Rianne Brown– All State Band; and, Ashley Rands– All State Band

Kenwood High Director of Bands is Mary Suiter and Rossview High Director of Bands is Brock J. Cobb.
Rossview High School Latin Teacher Ryan Vinson was one of 10 teachers nationally chosen in Varsity Brands’ 4th Annual School Spirited Awards as most spirited teacher. In addition to being the Latin teacher, Mr. Vinson is sponsor of the “Rossview Rowdies,” a spirit club at the school.ADER: CHEER
Entrants must be nominated by a student, colleague or community member, and submissions must include a short essay outlining why the nominee is deserving of this award, one letter of recommendation, and a photo demonstrating the nominee's work. According to the award, this teacher understands that achievement means more than a number in a gradebook. It means helping students discover their strengths, passions and confidence. Students feel this teacher cares about them both academically and personally. This teacher has a genuine love and loyalty for his/her school and supports it in every way possible. National winners will be announced May 11 at the School Spirit Awards Show in Orlando, FL.
Our final recognition for March goes to Kenwood Middle School music and choir teacher Robert Neumeyer, who coordinated the first ever CMCSS Middle School Choral Festival. The purpose of the festival was to provide a local opportunity for students to receive constructive feedback from professional adjudicators in order to reflect upon and grow in their musical art form. Almost all of the choirs received a perfect score in sight reading, and all eight choirs performing received a superior performance designation. Mr. Neumeyer’s vision and organization brought recognition to a number of middle school students.
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   Growth & Data
Students enrolled for the 2018 - 2019 school year
4 th
Year voted Best Community for Music Education
Graduation rate for the 2016 - 2017 school year
$ mil
Total $ in scholarships earned by 2018 grads
Awards granted to the Class of 2018 graduates