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Logan Sykes & Gracey Suggs   MCHS

October is National Bullying Prevention Month, a conversation that CMCSS continues all school year. Two Montgomery Central High students, Logan Sykes and Gracey Suggs shared their thoughts on anti-bullying. Their message encourages CMCSS students and staff to be a positive force in the schools. Also, they urged classmates to stand against bullying with student-led initiatives. This year, schools will promote the "Be a Buddy, Not a Bully" initiative.

Bullying can begin anywhere, at home, in a team environment, and, unfortunately, within a school. CMCSS district leaders continue to review and discuss bullying prevention topics within schools. However, the entire community needs to support the anti-bullying effort.

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Technology Department

The CMCSS Technology team has had quite the year. This department has proven their worth time and again, continuing to meet adversity head-on. In just a few short months, they programmed tens of thousands of computers for our students and educators. When faced with the circumstances surrounding virtual learning and technology issues, they put in long hours and continued to find innovative solutions. Each day the team fielded frustration and expectation with calm and empathetic resolve. They are truly role models for patience and perseverance this year. Thank you to our technology superstars.

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It takes just one hour per month to serve as a TN Promise Mentor, but the impact is significant! Help CMCSS students achieve their goals and serve as a trusted resource. This year, mentors have the ability to serve from their home and on their own schedule.

Learn more tnAchieves.org/mentors/apply

The deadline is December 4, 2020.
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It takes just one hour per month to serve as a TN Promise Mentor, but the impact is significant! Help CMCSS students achieve their goals and serve as a trusted resource. This year, mentors have the ability to serve from their home and on their own schedule. 

Learn more  tnAchieves.org/mentors/apply 

The deadline is December 4, 2020.

The CMCSS Child Nutrition department will alter its curbside food distribution days at the end of December to align with Winter Break. Please see the calendar regarding the alternate schedule:

➡️ www.cmcss.net/blog/2020/11/16/curbside-food-distribution-december-2020/
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The CMCSS Child Nutrition department will alter its curbside food distribution days at the end of December to align with Winter Break. Please see the calendar regarding the alternate schedule: 

➡️ https://www.cmcss.net/blog/2020/11/16/curbside-food-distribution-december-2020/

Homework Hotline is a free community resource that can assist K-12 students with academic help. The hotline is open Mondays - Thursdays from 3 pm - 8 pm until December 15.

We appreciate this organization's support of CMCSS students.
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Homework Hotline is a free community resource that can assist K-12 students with academic help. The hotline is open Mondays - Thursdays from 3 pm - 8 pm until December 15. 

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As a reminder, classes will resume Monday, November 30. We hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving break. ... See MoreSee Less

As a reminder, classes will resume Monday, November 30. We hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving break.

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We hope you had a great day! Welcome back. #cmcss #cmcssbacktoschool #schoolsystem #clarksvilletn #clarksvilletennessee #iloveclarksville #welcomeback ...

Students from Norman Smith Elementary enjoyed the afternoon this weekend painting a mural with local artist, Olasubomi Aka-Bashorun (Drafts by Olasubomi). The mural is part of a Leadership Clarksville project and can be seen on Crossland Ave. ...

Today kicks off American Education Week. This is a time to celebrate public education and honor individuals who make a difference in ensuring that every student receives a quality education. It takes a village to raise a child, and we’re proud to recognize our CMCSS employees' hard work as they dedicate their time and talent to our students.

This week and always, we celebrate our teachers, educational assistants, substitute teachers, custodians, administrators, school nurses, child nutrition and cafeteria staff, school office staff, school counselors, student transportation staff, school psychologists, school resource officers (SROs), and all of the other school- and district-level employees who help to educate and empower our students to reach their potential!

(This photo was taken prior to the 2020-21 school year.)
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Today is World Kindness Day! You have the power to make a difference, be an example to others, and encourage others with your actions and words.

“Courage. Kindness. Friendship. Character. These are the qualities that define us as human beings, and propel us, on occasion, to greatness.” – R.J. Palacio #cmcss #worldkindnessday #worldkindnessday2020 #schoolsystem #clarksvilletn #clarksvilletennessee #bekind #bekindtoyourself #bekindalways #bekindtoyourmind
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CMCSS is grateful for the service and sacrifice of our military families. Thank you, Veterans. We are especially thankful for the veterans who also continue to serve as CMCSS educators and staff.

“Honor to the soldier and sailor everywhere, who bravely bears his country’s cause. Honor, also, to the citizen who cares for his brother in the field and serves, as he best can, the same cause.” - Abraham Lincoln

(Photo: SGM (R) Aaron Keener, JROTC Instructor at WCHS)
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National School Psychology Week is celebrating "The Power of Possibility." We are proud of our school psychologists for expanding the horizons of our CMCSS students.

To read about the difference our school psychologists make each day, visit our website.

#cmcss #SPAW #nationalschoolpsychologyweek #schoolpsychologist #differencemaker #schoolsystem #schooldistrict #clarksvilletn #loveclarksville #clarksvilletennessee
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Have a safe and happy weekend! #cmcss #schooldistrict #clarksvilletn #clarksvilletennessee #iloveclarksville #cmcssemployees ...

Today is First Responders Day, and we are thankful for those who have dedicated their lives to serving others. First responders run towards situations from which many others often flee. We are truly grateful for their bravery and commitment.

This photo was taken prior to the 2020-21 school year.

#cmcss #schoolsystem #schooldistrict #clarksvilletn #loveclarksville #clarksvilletennessee #FirstResponders #firstrespondersday2020
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Students will be receiving a special Be a Buddy sticker thanks to the Education Foundation this week! We can all do our part to combat bullying and talk to kids about how to be a buddy! #cmcss #differencemaker #BeKindWordsDontRewind #beabuddynotabully #BullyingPreventionMonth #stopbullying #bullyingprevention #cmceducationfoundation #schoolsystem #studentlife #studentleaders #clarksvilletn #iloveclarksvilletn #clarksvilletennessee @cmcedfoundation ...