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Isaiah Shane Brown is a senior at Montgomery Central High School who has a heart for his community. He took the initiative to collect resources and prepare 313 hygiene bags for the Family in Transition office's local families.

   Employee Spotlight
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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS

There is little our administrative assistants cannot accomplish. Thank you for keeping our schools running smoothly, helping 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. Thank you for answering the call and supporting our students and staff.

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Jennifer Comparette is a kindergarten teacher at St. Bethlehem Elementary who was recently named a News 2 Educator of the Week. Ms. Comparette loves teaching her students and watching them find joy in all of their activities.

“This summer I want my students to remember how much they are loved! Continue practicing all that you’ve learned, but make time to have fun, go outside, and play.”

Happy Friday!
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Jennifer Comparette is a kindergarten teacher at St. Bethlehem Elementary who was recently named a News 2 Educator of the Week. Ms. Comparette loves teaching her students and watching them find joy in all of their activities. 

“This summer I want my students to remember how much they are loved! Continue practicing all that you’ve learned, but make time to have fun, go outside, and play.” 

Happy Friday!

Even though school front offices are closed until July 22, you can still begin the registration process, today!

💻 Online: cmcss.net/registration

🏫 In-Person: Visit the CMCSS Enrollment Center (430 Greenwood Ave)
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Not open holidays or when district offices are closed.)

📅 For summer 2021, we encourage parents/guardians to call in advance to set up an appointment; however, walk-ins are still welcome.

☎️ Questions? Call 931.542.5078
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Even though school front offices are closed until July 22, you can still begin the registration process, today! 

💻  Online: cmcss.net/registration 

🏫  In-Person: Visit the CMCSS Enrollment Center (430 Greenwood Ave)
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Not open holidays or when district offices are closed.)

📅  For summer 2021, we encourage parents/guardians to call in advance to set up an appointment; however, walk-ins are still welcome.

☎️  Questions? Call 931.542.5078

In January 2021, CMCSS deployed a survey to CMCSS families to gain feedback regarding the 2020-2021 school year. This data allows district leaders to make informed decisions with stakeholder feedback in mind. In that survey, 97% of respondents indicated they, “understand my role in helping my child be prepared for the future, whether college, career or the next grade level.”

Learn how CMCSS plans to use this information and other feedback: bit.ly/3cxHF9u
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In January 2021, CMCSS deployed a survey to CMCSS families to gain feedback regarding the 2020-2021 school year. This data allows district leaders to make informed decisions with stakeholder feedback in mind. In that survey, 97% of respondents indicated they, “understand my role in helping my child be prepared for the future, whether college, career or the next grade level.”

Learn how CMCSS plans to use this information and other feedback: https://bit.ly/3cxHF9u

Did you know there are over 40 schools within CMCSS? We love the culture and community that make each school unique!

MEET BYRNS DARDEN ELEMENTARY
Since 1930, Byrns Darden has been committed to providing an exceptional education to all students. The professional learning community within the school constantly strives to innovate and excel. In 2017, Byrns Darden was recognized as a Reward School by the TN Department of Education, achieving in the top 5% of schools statewide with the highest progress.

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Jennifer Comparette is a kindergarten teacher at St. Bethlehem Elementary who was recently named a News 2 Educator of the Week. Ms. Comparette loves teaching her students and watching them find joy in all of their activities.

“This summer I want my students to remember how much they are loved! Continue practicing all that you’ve learned, but make time to have fun, go outside, and play.”

Happy Friday!
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Are you ready to register for school?

Even though school front offices are closed until July 22, you can still begin the registration process, today!

💻 Online: cmcss.net/registration

🏫 In-Person: Visit the CMCSS Enrollment Center (430 Greenwood Ave)
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Not open holidays or when district offices are closed.)

📅 For summer 2021, we encourage parents/guardians to call in advance to set up an appointment; however, walk-ins are still welcome.

☎️ Questions? Call 931.542.5078
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#cmcss #cmcssbacktoschool #clarksvilletn #fortcampbellky #readytoregister #tneducation #clarksvilleschools
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Did you know there are over 40 schools within CMCSS? We love the culture and community that make each school unique!

MEET BYRNS DARDEN ELEMENTARY
Since 1930, Byrns Darden has been committed to providing an exceptional education to all students. The professional learning community within the school constantly strives to innovate and excel. In 2017, Byrns Darden was recognized as a Reward School by the TN Department of Education, achieving in the top 5% of schools statewide with the highest progress.
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CMCSS ANNOUNCES NEW CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System has named Chris Reneau as its Chief Financial Officer, effective July 1, 2021. He will be replacing Marcia Demorest, who announced last month that she would be stepping down to assume a different role in the district’s Business Affairs Department.

Reneau will be joining CMCSS after a successful career in various senior-level roles with Fortune 500 companies and other organizations. Most recently, he was the Vice President of Operational Excellence for VLS Recovery Services in Houston, Texas. Previous professional experiences include Corporate Director of Engineering for Plymouth Tube Company in Warrenville, Ill.; Senior Manager: Financial Planning & Analytics for Staples in Columbia, S.C.; Global Director: Quality and Director: Rental Operations for Dayton Superior Corporation in Dayton, Ohio; and Global Director: Quality and Business Unit Manager: North American Mechanics Hand Tools for Apex Tool Group, LLC in Sparks, Md. He also has served as a Director of Quality, Senior Quality Engineer, Quality and Lean Manager, and Industrialization Engineer.

Read the rest of the announcement at cmcss.net.
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In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson officially established June 14 as Flag Day.

Did you know that a teacher was one of the first people to originate the idea of a national formal observance? Bernard Cigrand, a teacher at Stony Hill School in Wisconsin first celebrated Flag Day on June 14, 1885. He continued to promote his concept and advocate respect for the flag throughout his life.
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Tools for CMCSS Families: What is PowerSchool?

Powerschool is the district's platform for housing and communicating information such as grades, schedules, and attendance. If you do not have a PowerSchool parent account, follow the steps below.

1️⃣ Creating an Account: To create a PowerSchool account, visit powerschool.cmcss.net, click the Create Account tab, and complete the form. If you do not know the Access ID for your child(ren), please contact your child(ren)’s school(s). (School front offices re-open July 22.)

2️⃣ 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.

3️⃣ Text Alerts: Once you’re registered in PowerSchool, text (Y) to (67587) and opt-in to mobile messaging. (Messaging and data rates may apply.)
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The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System has developed a plan to use specifically allocated federally provided funds, referred to as ESSER 3.0, beginning in the 2021-2022 school year. After reviewing all of the information, CMCSS welcomes stakeholder feedback.

What is ESSER 3.0?
ESSER 3.0 funds are provided to State educational agencies and school districts to help sustain the safe operation of schools and address the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the Nation’s students.

Provide Feedback:
Stakeholder feedback is always a valuable component of district planning. Please visit www.cmcss.net/esser to learn more.

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At tonight's meeting, the School Board voted to approve Dr. Angela Huff as the Interim Director of Schools, effective immediately after Mr. House’s resignation from CMCSS later this month. Mr. House was named the lone finalist for the Superintendent of Houston Independent School District in Houston, Texas on May 21, and he is expected to be confirmed by HISD’s Board of Education next week.

Dr. Angela Huff has been the Chief of Staff for CMCSS since July 2018. As CMCSS’ Chief of Staff, Dr. Huff has worked closely with the Director of Schools and School Board to support the ongoing development and improvement of the entire district, managing the Office of the Director, supervising the Student Services Department, and synchronizing the work of the Director’s Executive Cabinet to ensure annual District goals are achieved. Before joining CMCSS, Dr. Huff worked as special projects manager for Williamson County Schools in Franklin, Tenn.

Dr. Huff retired from Georgia in 2016 after a successful 32-year career in education. She served in the roles of Chief of Staff, Assistant Superintendent, and Principal over her 24-year tenure with the Cobb County School District (CCSD) in Marietta, Ga. CCSD is the second-largest school district in Georgia and the 25th largest in the nation, serving over 107,000 students. Before entering administration, she had eight years of teaching experience in Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS), the largest school district in Georgia and the 14th largest in the nation. She earned the honor of Teacher of the Year in 1988.

Read her full bio at cmcss.net

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