Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.

Our Mission & Vision
Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to educate and empower our students to reach their potential.
Our vision is all students will graduate college and career ready.




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   Student Spotlight
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Thankful For You   

Three cheers for our students! You started off this school year so strong. We are grateful for the commitment you bring each day, focusing on your learning and growth. Let’s continue to work together daily to build strong partnerships and create supportive school communities.

   Employee Spotlight
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Thank you, CMCSS Maintenance Department

From routine fixers to the emergency on-call team, the CMCSS Maintenance Department is always there when needed. Thank you for dedicating your time to repairing, updating, servicing, and generally ensuring our day runs smoothly. Every day brings something new, but you handle it all with knowledge and skill. The maintenance team is there to care for our facilities so that our students can reach their potential. From the long hours, technical savvy, and general abilities that far exceed our average knowledge, we are grateful.

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The CMCSS DISTRICT Teacher of the Year, Michelle Winters, is headed to Playa Mujeres courtesy of Wyatt Johnson Automotive Group!

Last night, all of our 2024 Teachers of the Year were honored at a dinner hosted by the CMC Education Foundation. Thank you to our community partners who came to celebrate with our educators, including Montgomery County Mayor Wes Golden, Brian Burkeen, General Manager with Wyatt Johnson Automotive Group, and members of the CMCSS School Board.

Michelle Winters has been an educator for 17 years. She loves to watch the growth and progress her kindergarteners make through the year. You can watch the Top Three Teachers of the Year share why they love teaching here: youtu.be/kO5hpF9uLg4?si=DZR0QsESAK4Ru6gU
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The CMCSS DISTRICT Teacher of the Year, Michelle Winters, is headed to Playa Mujeres courtesy of Wyatt Johnson Automotive Group!

Last night, all of our 2024 Teachers of the Year were honored at a dinner hosted by the CMC Education Foundation. Thank you to our community partners who came to celebrate with our educators, including Montgomery County Mayor Wes Golden, Brian Burkeen, General Manager with Wyatt Johnson Automotive Group, and members of the CMCSS School Board.

Michelle Winters has been an educator for 17 years. She loves to watch the growth and progress her kindergarteners make through the year. You can watch the Top Three Teachers of the Year share why they love teaching here: https://youtu.be/kO5hpF9uLg4?si=DZR0QsESAK4Ru6gUImage attachmentImage attachment

CMCSS encourages feedback from families and gathers data from the Fall Survey for continuous improvement efforts. Learn more about the Fall Survey results here - bit.ly/42NaAzC

Students, families, and employees can provide feedback at any time by emailing [email protected].
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🏆 Celebrating Excellence in Education 🏆

Today, we have the utmost pleasure to shine a spotlight on the heroes of our society - our dedicated teachers! 🍎✨

In a world where the value of education often goes unrecognized, it's paramount to celebrate those who go above and beyond to nurture young minds and instill a love for learning. Teachers embody the true spirit of education - they not only impart knowledge but also serve as mentors, role models, and pillars of support for their students.

Congratulations to our 2024 CMCSS Teachers of the Year. We are grateful to you.
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The CMCSS School Board presented the following Point of Pride awards to students, faculty, and staff.

⭐️ ACT Perfect Score
Cade Deterding is a Rossview High student who made a perfect score on his ACT exam. The perfect composite score is 36.

⭐️ Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) National Conference
Austin Mason, Brooke Mangrum, and Tyler Mills from Montgomery Central High competed in the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) National Conference. Austin, Brooke, and Tyler earned top honors at the competition.

⭐️ State of Tennessee Art Review and Showcase
Areen David is a 2nd grader at Rossview Elementary, whose artwork won 2nd Place in the State of Tennessee Art Review and Showcase. Areen’s work will be on display at the TN State Museum from March until May of this year.

⭐️ All-State Musicians
CMCSS students auditioned and were selected to perform in an all-state ensemble. These students competed against students across the state to earn one of the limited seats in the all-state ensembles. Congratulations to Mac Mackdanz, Andrew Wall, Jamie Noland, and Elizabeth Stevens.

⭐️ Honor Band of America
Jaden Steele is from Northeast High School and through a competitive national audition, he was selected for the Honor Band of America. Jaden will get the opportunity to perform with the ensemble in March under the direction of Col. Timothy Holtan, the Leader and Commander of the United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own.”

⭐️ TSSAA Bowling
Northwest High School’s Unified Bowling Team was the Runner-up in the TSSAA State Bowling Championship. The team includes: Coach Guevara, Coach Jenkins, Bandon Loreto, Chrissalee Lawrence, Juan “Jay” Cota, Jashaun Williams, Akeyla Farmer, Joseph “JoJo” Richardson, Kayla Taylor, Michael Thompson, Deonta Crawford, Mackinzie McPeak, Analiese Poe

⭐️ National High School Cheerleading Competition (NHSCC)
The CHS Wildcats Cheer Team won the Bronze Medal in the D1 Small Varsity Game Day Division with 3 zero deduction routines at the National High School Cheerleading Competition in Orlando. The team includes: Coach Thurman, Coach Kinslow, Anna Grace Parker, Marie Brock, Ari Sohn, Jamiyah Leeks, Blair Butcher, Chloe Blevins, Ella Gallagher, Julie Alford, Kinsley Savage, Madalynne Brunner, McKenna Carbin, Sania Baugh, Ella Roberts, Kennedy Lang, Graham Bryant, Laney Rogers, Peyton Hay, Aubrie Hardy, Mayleigh Carbin, Shaliah Griffey, Ava Austin, Kylee Claret
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The CMCSS School Board presented the following Point of Pride awards to students, faculty, and staff.

⭐️ ACT Perfect Score
Cade Deterding is a Rossview High student who made a perfect score on his ACT exam. The perfect composite score is 36. 

⭐️ Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) National Conference
Austin Mason, Brooke Mangrum, and Tyler Mills from Montgomery Central High competed in the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) National Conference. Austin, Brooke, and Tyler earned top honors at the competition.

⭐️ State of Tennessee Art Review and Showcase
Areen David is a 2nd grader at Rossview Elementary, whose artwork won 2nd Place in the State of Tennessee Art Review and Showcase. Areen’s work will be on display at the TN State Museum from March until May of this year.

⭐️ All-State Musicians
CMCSS students auditioned and were selected to perform in an all-state ensemble. These students competed against students across the state to earn one of the limited seats in the all-state ensembles. Congratulations to Mac Mackdanz, Andrew Wall, Jamie Noland, and Elizabeth Stevens.

⭐️ Honor Band of America
Jaden Steele is from Northeast High School and through a competitive national audition, he was selected for the Honor Band of America. Jaden will get the opportunity to perform with the ensemble in March under the direction of Col. Timothy Holtan, the Leader and Commander of the United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own.”

⭐️ TSSAA Bowling
Northwest High School’s Unified Bowling Team was the Runner-up in the TSSAA State Bowling Championship. The team includes: Coach Guevara, Coach Jenkins, Bandon Loreto, Chrissalee Lawrence, Juan “Jay” Cota, Jashaun Williams, Akeyla Farmer, Joseph “JoJo” Richardson, Kayla Taylor, Michael Thompson, Deonta Crawford, Mackinzie McPeak, Analiese Poe

⭐️ National High School Cheerleading Competition (NHSCC)
The CHS Wildcats Cheer Team won the Bronze Medal in the D1 Small Varsity Game Day Division with 3 zero deduction routines at the National High School Cheerleading Competition in Orlando. The team includes: Coach Thurman, Coach Kinslow, Anna Grace Parker, Marie Brock, Ari Sohn, Jamiyah Leeks, Blair Butcher, Chloe Blevins, Ella Gallagher, Julie Alford, Kinsley Savage, Madalynne Brunner, McKenna Carbin, Sania Baugh, Ella Roberts, Kennedy Lang, Graham Bryant, Laney Rogers, Peyton Hay, Aubrie Hardy, Mayleigh Carbin, Shaliah Griffey, Ava Austin, Kylee ClaretImage attachmentImage attachment+4Image attachment
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🏆 Celebrating Excellence in Education 🏆

Today, we have the utmost pleasure to shine a spotlight on the heroes of our society - our dedicated teachers! 🍎✨

In a world where the value of education often goes unrecognized, it`s paramount to celebrate those who go above and beyond to nurture young minds and instill a love for learning. Teachers embody the true spirit of education - they not only impart knowledge but also serve as mentors, role models, and pillars of support for their students.

Congratulations to our 2024 CMCSS Teachers of the Year. We are grateful to you.
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Join us for the next Family Engagement Session
Monday, February 26 | 11:30 am

"Better Together: Dispute Resolutions and Options for Your Family"
The CMCSS Unique Learning Needs (ULN) team will host the TN Department of Education and TN Steps for the third session of their Family Engagement Series. The State will discuss dispute resolution options available to families. TN Steps will share information regarding training and resources for families and caregivers of children with disabilities.

Learn more about the presenters:
TN Step: https://tnstep.info/
TN Department of Education: https://bit.ly/3HAKaHc
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Welcome, Class of 2037! 😍

Kindergarten Registration begins March 1, 2024. Legal guardians can visit parents.cmcss.net to start the registration process at that time.

Mark your calendar for Kindergarten Kick-off! 📅 Join your child`s new school on Tuesday, April 2, for an evening of fun. Meet teachers, tour the building, and find resources to help prepare your child for August. Each school hosts their own event, so be sure to follow the school`s official social media pages for times, event details, and more.

Pre-K applications for the 2024-2025 school year are not available at this time. We will share information about Pre-K applications soon!

Learn more about how to prepare for Kindergarten ➡️ https://bit.ly/3wm3Mwp
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Love the Bus Month Shout Outs: Sherrie King and Lisa Frizell 💛🚌

"I’m so thankful for these ladies," Jodi, a CMCSS mom, shared for Love the Bus Month. "When we are having rough mornings, these two know how to fix the morning. My kids love their morning talks with them. They treat my kids as if they were their own. I don’t know how I would have made it without them in the last two years. I’m so grateful they got put in my children`s lives. 1908 is not just special transportation. We are a 1908 family."

YOUR CHILD COULD BE FEATURED ⬇️
We want to share why our students, staff, and families love their bus drivers. You can submit a photo or video to [email protected] sharing why your driver(s) make a big difference! (Your submission may be shared on the CMCSS Facebook or Instagram account.)
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Ms. Tracy Garza-Bramel has sown the seeds of learning for 26 years. 🌱🌿🌳 She currently teaches third grade at East Montgomery Elementary School and was named a 2024 Teacher of the Year!

"Teaching gives me the opportunity to plant seeds within my students: seeds of love, perseverance, creativity, and success," she said. "When my students start applying these lessons in their lives, I know they are growing. When I hear that a former student, years later, remembers our time together fondly or that the seeds we planted bore them fruit, my love for teaching blooms brightly."

Congratulations, Ms. Garza-Bramel, and thank you for your dedication to our students!
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"This is my 30th year to teach at Barksdale Elementary School. I am honored and deeply humbled to receive this acknowledgement," said Ms. Angela Lyle, a 2024 Barksdale Teacher of the Year. Give Ms. Lyle a ❤️ if you remember her from your days as a Barksdale Bengal!

"The opportunity to be a teacher in the United States of America is truly a blessing! As a student, I always loved my teachers. My portfolio from college had the title: Learning, Love, and Laughter. I feel my teaching experience in the classroom has been just that."

Ms. Lyle is a first-grade teacher at Barksdale. She shared that she strives to create an environment that will allow students` natural abilities to shine. "When you teach, you are helping people, which brings me great joy. As a teacher, I strive to make a positive impact on each student and am thankful for the many lasting relationships created. Teaching fills my life with unexplainable contentment and joy. I love each child, and they know it. That is the type of joy from the classroom that will last in my mind for a lifetime."

Who else feels like they want to spend some time in Ms. Lyle`s room? 🥰

📸: Barksdale Elementary School
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Montgomery Central High School hosted the District FFA Mechanics Competition. Students from CMCSS schools and neighboring districts gathered to compete in 11 skill areas, which include welding, land surveying, and block-laying. Watch as the students showcase their abilities! ...

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