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Justice Jefferson   |   CHS

Justice Jefferson, a student at Clarksville High School, shared how he views the effect of kindness, “One kind word is like putting a drop of ink into a jar of water. You’re putting that bit of kindness into who they are, and you can allow it to spread, to positively affect who they are.”

While the stickers, posters, and videos are positive reminders of the power of kindness, the actual impact comes from the work of our employees and students.

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Technology

The CMCSS Technology Team is the epitome of adaptability. While having the ability to predict when a laptop, printer, or an entire server will suddenly go haywire would be helpful, it is not always possible. This is where the quick-thinking and dedicated patience of the Technology employees is critical. This team adapts to any possible problem and their solutions-oriented approach ensures our district is always up and running.

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CMCSS has announced several administrative appointments.

🌟 Employee Relations Specialist 🌟

Patti Koloski has been selected as the CMCSS Employee Relations Specialist. This ESSER-funded position will assist the Chief Human Resources Officer in conducting investigations, resolving human relations problems, promoting employee morale and well-being, collecting and analyzing employee retention and recruitment data, and overall focusing on improving retention and employee satisfaction.

🌟 Glenellen Elementary Principal 🌟

Emily Clark has been selected as the principal of Glenellen Elementary School, replacing Patti Koloski who will serve as the District’s Employee Relations Specialist.

Clark has served as the principal of Norman Smith Elementary since 2017. Previously, she was the school’s assistant principal for three years. She began her career in CMCSS in 2009 as a teacher and has taught 1st, 2nd, and 4th grades at Sango, Rossview, and Barkers Mill elementary schools.

🌟 West Creek Middle Assistant Principal 🌟

Patrice Collins has been selected as an assistant principal at West Creek Middle School.

Collins is currently a teacher at Northeast High School and has taught courses in ACT Prep and Criminal Justice. Previous education experience includes serving as a fourth-grade teacher, college counselor, collaborative teacher, and substitute teacher. Before entering public education, she had roles as a Project Coordinator and Program Director for civic organizations and was a Staff Attorney for Circuit Courts in Kentucky. She served in the U.S. Army for three years active duty and six years reserve.

🌟 Special Populations Coordinator 🌟

Dr. Carolyn Kennedy has been selected as a Special Populations Coordinator for the District.

Dr. Kennedy has served as an assistant principal at Northeast High School since 2016. She began her career with CMCSS in 2014 as a Special Education Teacher. Previously, she had 20 years of experience as a principal, assistant principal, and special education teacher in Tennessee and Texas. Additionally, she has served as an adjunct professor of undergraduate and graduate courses on Special Education for over eight years.

🌟 Extended Behavior Support (EBS) Coordinator 🌟

Jennifer Ortiz has been selected as the Coordinator of the EBS Program located on the campus of Barkers Mill Elementary

Ortiz has served as the Student Support Coordinator at Minglewood Elementary School since 2018. Previously, she taught special education for four years at Byrns Darden and Hazelwood elementary schools in CMCSS and one year for the New York City Department of Education. Additionally, she has experience leading school-wide efforts in Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), trauma-informed schools, sensory rooms, and other areas.
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Each year, Moore Magnet Elementary STEM School offers a limited number of spaces for students to apply. For more information, visit www.cmcss.net/stem-at-moore-magnet-elementary/ ... See MoreSee Less

Good evening, CMCSS families,

As a reminder, classes resume Monday, January 10. If your child is not feeling well, please reconsider sending them to school. Sending a child to school with cold, flu, or COVID-19 symptoms can negatively impact other students and staff.

Please refer to our Return to School Message sent on January 5: bit.ly/3G69xi4
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Good evening, CMCSS families, 

As a reminder, classes resume Monday, January 10. If your child is not feeling well, please reconsider sending them to school. Sending a child to school with cold, flu, or COVID-19 symptoms can negatively impact other students and staff. 

Please refer to our Return to School Message sent on January 5: https://bit.ly/3G69xi4

Wow! 🤩 You shared so many great photos. We loved the sledding, snowmen, snow forts, snow angels, and everything in between. ❤️ Have a safe and happy weekend. We look forward to seeing everyone in class on Monday! ... See MoreSee Less

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⏰ Reminder ⏰

The Moore Magnet STEM program Parent Interest Meeting is TUESDAY, January 18, at 5:30 pm in the school cafeteria.

Families can learn more about the program and the focused learning surrounding STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).
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As a reminder, CMCSS schools will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, January 17. Classes will resume Tuesday, January 18.
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PRE-K INFORMATION

🍎 CMCSS is not currently accepting applications for Voluntary Pre-K for the 2021-2022 school year.

🍎 Applications for the 2022-2023 school year are expected to open in March 2022. Please do not apply online for the 2022-2023 school, yet.

For more information on the Pre-K application process, please visit https://www.cmcss.net/pre-k/.
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Applications opened today for CMCSS Schools and Programs of Choice. The district offers several non-traditional schools and programs of choice for students, including CMCSS K-12 Virtual, Spanish Immersion, Moore Magnet STEM, Academies at CMCSS, Middle College at APSU, and Early Technical College at TCAT.

Families interested in applying for a school or program of choice can find applications via the "Application Period" link in bio.
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REMINDER ⏰

Families with incoming kindergarteners interested in the Spanish Immersion Program at Barksdale can sign up for the January 18 virtual interest meeting. School leaders will explain the program and discuss the application process.

Sign up at cmcss.net. (Use the link in our bio to access the Schools of Choice page on CMCSS.net.)
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CMCSS student report cards are now available for the second nine weeks of the 2021-22 school year. Parents/guardians will access report cards online using the CMCSS Parent Self-Service webpage at parents.cmcss.net.

If parents/guardians have issues accessing their child’s report card using CMCSS Parent Self-Service, they can contact their child’s enrolled school.

Need help accessing PowerSchool? Click the link in bio to learn how to create a PowerSchool account.
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📆 DEADLINE EXTENDED 📆

You still have time to apply to earn a tuition-free degree through the Teacher Residency Program. The deadline has been extended to submit applications to become an educator.

CMCSS Teacher Residency pathways allow participants to earn a bachelor's, master's, or teaching certification.

APPLY BEFORE JANUARY 10.

Learn more ➡ Link in bio.
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You may have mixed emotions on this information, but classes will resume Thursday, January 6. One thing is certain. We are looking forward to seeing our students back in class! 😄 ...

INCOMING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS (2022-2023 School Year)

College and career academies are schools within a school, aligned to a specific career theme. They are small learning communities where students focus their core class experience around a common career interest. Incoming high school freshmen will have the opportunity to apply to eight different college and career academies across the district. Rising sophomores interested in joining an Academy should talk with their school counselor.

Students can submit an application to a CMCSS Academy during the CMCSS Application Period for Schools and Programs of Choice, beginning January 14.

Learn more about CMCSS Academies (Link in bio)
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