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CMCSS Proposed ESSER 3.0 Funds Allocation

June 10, 2021

ESSER 3.0 Federal Funds

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. 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. Watch the video above to observe the proposed distribution of these funds over the next three years.

Stakeholder feedback is valuable to the process.

After reviewing the information, you can provide feedback via the survey link at the bottom of the page.

ESSER Fund 3.0 Frequently Asked Questions.

How to Engage

  1. Watch the video above, providing an overview of CMCSS’ proposed ESSER 3.0 funding distribution.
  2. Review the detailed listing below for each department requesting ESSER 3.0 funds. 
  3. Submit your questions, comments, or suggestions via the “Provide Feedback” survey link.

Business Affairs

Total Cost: $635,881.50
Payroll staff (2020-2021):3 positions, including benefits$31,439.68
Payroll staff (2021-2022):3 positions, including benefits$160,670.25
Payroll staff (2022-2023):3 positions, including benefits$163,488.54
Accounting staff (2020-2021):2 positions, including benefits$27,544.85
Accounting staff (2021-2022):2 positions, including benefits$113,698.56
Accounting staff (2022-2023):2 positions, including benefits$115,577.42
Furniture for New Positions: $23,462.20

Communications

Total Cost: $558,918.00
Parent and Family Engagement Specialist (PFES):With benefits [60000 x .2051 = 12,306] over 3 years$216,918.00
PFES Furniture: $12,000.00
PFES Cell Phone:Over 3 years$3,000.00
PFES Resources, Contract Service, Equipment:Over 3 years$60,000.00
PFES Professional Learning:Professional learning for all 40 schools over 3 years$135,000.00
Emma Email Marketing:District-wide email and communications marketing platform, over 3 years$45,000.00
Canva Enterprise:50 accounts x $30 x 12 months x 3 years$54,000.00
SMS Short Code Service:Dedicated SMS shortcode for dispatching surveys and other uses, over 3 years$33,000.00

Human Resources

Total Cost: $8,908,619.00
Stipend for five CTE Teachers: Four Structural Systems (Construction) and one HVAC teacherWith the increased market value and need for construction and HVAC professionals, the district will face retention challenges competing with the local private sector to keep these experienced teachers.$15,000.00
Comp Time Payout for Classified Employees:All comp time that has been accrued by classified/non-exempt employees will receive payment for comp tie that is currently accrued. (1077 Employees)$511,065.00
Employee Assistance Plan: Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) are worksite-based programs and/or resources designed to benefit both employers and employees. EAP’s help employers address productivity issues by helping employees identify and resolve personal concerns that affect job performance. (over 3 years)$241,488.00
Employee COVID-19 Health Services Hazard Bonus (School Nurses & Onsite Staff):School Nurses & On-Site Staff: 55
$1,000 for completion of 2020/2021 Year
$67,100.00
Classified One Time Market Adjustment:Bus Drivers: 275, Custodians: 235, Child Nutrition: 225 $500.00 for Completion of 20/21 Year$448,350.00
Employee Retention Bonus ($500 x 5,200 employee):All Employees who are employed at the beginning of School Year 21/22 and complete calendar receive $500.00.$3,185,260.00
Summer Training for Classified Staff:Certain staff members who interact with stakeholders have the opportunity for enhanced paid training. Number of Employees: 600 Education Assistants, 275 Bus Drivers, 192 Administrative and Office Assistants. Plus an additional Professional Learning Position to coordinate training. $513,560.00
Attendance Incentive Bonus for Teachers, Counselors, Social Workers, Academic Coach, SLP, OT, PT:$1,000 Bonus per certified who has direct student engagement. Can use 2 Personal Leave Days, 2 Sick Leave Days, FMLA/Maternity /COVID Leave 2,529 Teachers Assumption all to qualify total cost would be $2,529,000 for 21/22 School Year
70% Qualify Assumption $1,770,300
$2,529,000.00
HR Lead Classified Representative:Position to support classified processes, other ESSER positions support, evaluations, onboarding. Back-up for the application process, recruitment
Grade J $55,000 Plus Benefits. 21/22, 22/23, 23/24
$202,143.00
Consulting Teacher for Substitutes (Used Teacher Masters):Position to support Permanent Sub Teachers, providing training/observations to subs and admin assistants at the school level with sub-protocols and software. Data collection and analysis as part of attendance monitoring for employees. (over 3 years)$243,765.00
School Nursing Staff (3 positions x 3 years):3 Individual Health Plan RN School Nurses- Grade K-8. The purpose of this job is to improve student outcomes by managing school health services in collaboration with the District RN, Safety and Health Director, School Administrators, and other CMCSS leadership. The Individual Health Plan Coordinator (IHP Coordinator) may independently, within their scope, triage, assess students, interpret clinical student data, develop student individual health plans, and make decisions regarding a student’s nursing care. They will work with the school nurses, school teams, and parents to develop and implement IHPs for medically complex children. They will also assist the District RN in the orientation of school nurses and assist with school staff training and student education.$461,255.00
Floating Permanent Sub School Nurse (Grade H):Floating Permanent Sub School Nurse- Grade 1 Position Grade H $30,000 per year plus benefits. 21/22, 22/23, 23/24 = $60,000 plus benefits for 3 years$110,259.00
Day(s) Added to Nurses Calendar (Currently 196 Day Calendar):Add 1 Day = $9,000 per year – Three School Years 21/22, 22/23, 23/24 Equals $27,000 Add 2 Days = $18,000 per year- Two School Years 21/22, 22/23, 23/24 Equals $54,000$66,156.00
Tuition Reimbursement for Nurses:Reimbursement for Nurses: NCSN Certification (Exam and Study Material total $600.00) CPR Instructor $525 per person$35,250.00
Employee Relations Specialist:Employee Investigations (discrimination, grievances, harassment complaints, etc), Exit Interviews, Analysis retention data, workplace culture, employee recognition, employee communication groups$110,000.00
Professional Development for Employee Relations Specialist:Professional learning on mediation, investigation conflict resolution training$5,000.00
Educator Diversity Mentors:Educator Diversity Mentors Stipend for teachers to serve as mentors for minority teachers new to the profession and the district. Supporting the new TN State Board of Educator Diversity Policy 20 Teachers @ $1,000 per year, $20,000 for 21/22 School Year, $20,000 for 22/23 School Year, Total $40,000$47,968.00
Office Furniture: $16,000.00
Market Analysis for Permanent Subs:Market analysis adjust for permanent substitutes [addressing concerns with fill rate consistently]$100,000.00

Instruction

Total Cost: $17,823,092.68
Director of Social-Emotional Supports:SAEBRS data reveal 89% of students currently have emotional risk factors. Addressing COVID-19 trauma in the fall. After 2 years move to GP 2022-23 & 2023-24 (2 years budgeted, includes benefits)$309,043
SEL Department Budget (1 year)  
Professional Learning: $2,000
In-district Travel: $1,500
Professional Learning for Teachers/Principals: $2,000
Trauma-Informed Schools Package for Principals: Quantity: 100$4,200
SEL Conference:Attendees: 100$11,000
Office Supplies: $500
Furniture: $10,000
Technology: $900
Cell Phone: $900
SEL Curriculum Materials  
Module 2 (10 schools):School Connect (260 high school curriculum)$2,600
Module 3 (10 schools):School Connect (260 high school curriculum)$,2600
Module 1-4 (1 school):School Connect (1065 high school curriculum)$1,065
3-year license:Second Step (4,829 middle school curriculum)$34,769
23 Digital Licenses K-5,  3 years:Second Step (4,575 elementary kits)$105,225
Contracted Service:To support implementation of SEL$119,000
RTI2-B Training (Substitute Teachers)  
10 schools in 2021: $15,000.00
20 schools in 2022-23: $29,280.00
30 schools in 2023-24: $43,920.00
Social Worker:To support SEL for 2 years (2 positions, includes benefits)$429,132.00
Lead Counselor MS:To support district counselors in MS; one year = 107,283; 2 years = 214,566$214,566.00
Assistant Curriculum Director:To address learning loss to support the curriculum and RTI for two years (2 positions, includes benefits)$262,566.00
SPED Teachers and Educational Assistant (6 teachers and 4 EA over 3 years):To address the learning loss for families remaining virtual through school of choice for 2021-22 for one year. (6 teachers and 4 educational assistants includes: 55,401 + 11,080 + 17283 = 83,764 x 6 = 502,584 + 120,000 [EA] =) $622,584.00
LMTR in SPED Budget:20 EA positions$600,000.00
RTI (7 coaches in middle schools):Addressing learning loss in the middle schools (7 coaches: One year = $750,981; Two year = $1,501,962 [$750,981 x 3 = 2,252,943])$2,252,943.00
Adult High School (2 positions over 2 years):To address Learning Loss for those 17-year-olds choosing Regular Diploma but are severely credit deficient (55,401 + 11,080 + 17283 = 83,764 x 2 pos 2 yr = 335,056)$335,056.00
Adult High School Furniture: $20,000.00
CTE Equipment and Resource Specialist:Support the expansion of Career Associated CTE work (Equipment management, etc.) Grade K step 8 29.06 + benefits = 51,124 for one year then move to GP$51,124.00

Positions include salary plus benefits for two years.

Virtual Platform Specialist:To address the learning loss for families remaining virtual through school of choice for 2021-22 & 2022-23 (75,000 + 15,000 + 17283 = 107283 x 2 = 214,566)$214,566.00
Counselor (Elementary and Middle):To address the learning loss for families remaining virtual through school of choice for 2021-22 & 2022-23 (75,000 + 15,000 + 17283 = 107283 x 2 = 214,566)$214,566.00
Counselor (High School):To address the learning loss for families remaining virtual through school of choice for 2021-22 & 2022-23 (75,000 + 15,000 + 17283 = 107283 x 2 = 214,566)$214,566.00
Custodian:To address the learning loss for families remaining virtual through school of choice for 2021-22 & 2022-23 (15,000 + 3,300 + 17,285 = $35,585 x 2 = 71,000)$71,000.00
Accounting Associate/Virtual Specialist:To address the learning loss for families remaining virtual through school of choice for 2021-22 & 2022-23 (47,911 + 10,785 + 17,285 = 75,981x 2 = )$151,962.00
Assistant Principal:To address the learning loss for families remaining virtual through school of choice for 2021-22 & 2022-23 (2[78500 +15,700 + 17,283]= 191,566 x2 = 383,132)$383,132.00
Permanent Sub:To address the learning loss for families remaining virtual through school of choice for 2021-22 & 2022-23 (41,000 + 8,200 + 17,283 = 66483 x 2 = 132,966)$132,966.00
HS Teachers:To address the learning loss for families remaining virtual through school of choice for 2021-22 & 2022-23 (current positions from traditional 4.20.21)(17 positions: 55,401 + 11,080 + 17283 = 83,764 x 17 = 1,423,988)$1,423,988.00
Elementary Teachers:To address the learning loss for families remaining virtual through school of choice for 2021-22 & 2022-23 (current positions from traditional 4.20.21)(11 positions: 55,401 + 11,080 + 17283 = 83,764 x 11.5 = 963,286)$963,286.00
Middle Teachers:To address the learning loss for families remaining virtual through school of choice for 2021-22 & 2022-23 (current positions from traditional 4.20.21)(4.5 positions: 55,401 + 11,080 + 17283 = 83,764 x 4.5 = 376,938)$376,938.00
7th and 10th Aspire:Assist students with ACT preparations$191,466.00
Math Adoption and Curriculum Materials (high school):Printed materials to support classrooms $489,022.00
Math Adoption and Curriculum Materials (high school):Printed materials to support classrooms $302,545.00
Math Adoption and Curriculum Materials (high school):Printed materials to support classrooms $239,932.00
Math Adoption and Curriculum Materials (high school):The remainder of math adoption not identified$1,000,000.00
Economics:Printed materials to support classrooms $166,380.00
Spanish 1 and 2 digital:Printed materials to support classrooms $18,541.60
The Southern Regional Education Board:Address future staffing; Develop CMCSS as an EPP to address staffing opportunities: planning year 2021-22= 35,805.00; year one 2022-23$101,365.00
Imagine Learning (2 years)Addressing Learning Loss [2022, 2023] Middle School Bridge (8th transitioning to 9th Leadership)$2,100,000.00
Summer Learning Camps 2022:Budgeted 1.6 in ESSER 2.0, based on legislation will need additional funding for 2022$1,039,186.08

Operations

Total Cost: $26,060,000
Assistant Facilities Manager (2 positions, 3 years):Designated Project Management Team to Oversee ESSER 3.0$450,000
Custodians (2 positions, 3 years):Designated Custodian Team to Oversee Virtual School$150,000
Custodial Supervisors (3 positions, 3 years):Designated Supervisory Team to Oversee Custodial Teams$375,000
Replace 2 Air Handler Units (MMES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$50,000
Replace 16 Unit Vents (BES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$300,000
Replace Gym AC Unit (BES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$15,000
Replace 55 Unit Vents (BDES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$825,000
Replace 46 Unit Vents (MMES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$300,000
Cap Abandoned Underground Concrete HVAC Air Flumes (CHS):Process Will Prevent Water Infiltration & Improve Air Quality$100,000
Repair Front Canopy EPDM from Uplift Damage (KHS):EPDM Roofing Has Delaminated from Insulation Substrate$25,000
Clean & Reseal Opaque Lexan Skylights – 1 Large & 25 Small (KHS):Lexan Panel Material is Deteriorating Resulting in Leaks$70,000
Replace Air Handler 4 Units (NWHS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$240,000
Replace EPDM Barrel Gutter Troughs (RHS):EPDM Roofing Has Delaminated from Insulation Substrate$150,000
Clean & Reseal Opaque Lexan Skylights – 1 Large & 25 Small (RHS):Lexan Panel Material is Deteriorating Resulting in Leaks$70,000
Restoration of Modified Bitumen Roof w/ Warranty – Upper Building (CSG):Modified Bitumen Roofing Deteriorating Resulting in Leaks$225,000
Partial Roof Repairs – EPDM & Built-Up Roof (BUR) Sections (CSS):EPDM Roofing Has Delaminated from Insulation Substrate$20,000
Maintenance Office Area & Warehouse Section – Metal Roof Coating (OPS):Metal Roof Panels & Fasteners Deteriorating Resulting in Leaks$100,000
Custodial Equipment Replacement:Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$1,300,000
Montgomery Central Fueling Station – Phase II Gravel/Phase I & II Paving:Student Growth Projections Require Additional Bus Support$700,000
Air Purification Units for Bus Fleet:Purification Efforts to Work in Conjunction with Sanitization Efforts$80,000
HVAC System Duct Air Purification Units:Purification Efforts to Work in Conjunction with Sanitization Efforts$50,000
Replace 3 Gas Package Units (GES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$45,000
Replace Kitchen AC Unit (NSES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$20,000
Replace Chiller and Boiler Units (NEES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$200,000
Replace Kitchen AC Unit (RES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$30,000
Replace Cafeteria AC Unit (SES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$20,000
Replace D Wing Boiler (WES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$60,000
Building Automation System Upgrades (WES):Replace Aging Systems, Energy Efficiency, & Access to Parts$80,000
Replace Kitchen HVAC Unit (KMS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency15,000
Replace Aux Gym HVAC Unit (KMS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$15,000
BAS Upgrades/Fan Coil Units (MCMS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$880,000
Replace Boiler (NEMS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$55,000
Replace HVAC Split System (RMS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$120,000
Install AC Main Gym and Classrooms (CHS):Currently No AC System in these Spaces$240,000
Replace HVAC Split System (KHS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$70,000
Chiller 2 Renewal (NWHS):Renewal Efforts Eliminate the Need for Complete Replacement$120,000
Replace Gym AC Unit (NWHS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$40,000
Replace Chiller and Boiler (BES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$125,000
Replace Gym AC Unit (RHS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$100,000
Replace Chiller and Boiler (KMS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$155,000
Replace Pumps for Chiller and Boiler (BES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$25,000
Replace Cooling Tower (CHES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$50,000
Replace Boiler (CHES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$50,000
Replace 2 Fresh Air Makeup Units (GES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$40,000
Replace Boiler (KES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$30,000
Replace Library AC Unit (KES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$25,000
Replace HVAC Units (KES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$60,000
Replace Chiller and Boiler (LES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$120,000
Replace Gym AC Unit (LES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$25,000
Replace Chiller (MES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$60,000
Replace Kitchen and Office AC Unit (MES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$25,000
Replace Classroom HVAC Units (MCES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$250,000
Replace Boiler (NSES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$30,000
Replace Front Office HVAC Unit (NEES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$10,000
Replace Kitchen and Gym AC Units (SBES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$25,000
Replace Chiller and Boiler (SES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$100,000
Replace Boiler 2 (WES):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$70,000
Replace Classroom HVAC Unit (NPMS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$200,000
Replace Ice Tanks (NEMS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$150,000
Replace Chiller and Boiler (NEMS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$150,000
Replace Gym AC Unit (RMS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$40,000
Replace Air Make-up Unit (RMS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$20,000
Replace Chiller and Boiler (ROMS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$160,000
Replace Cooling Tower (KHS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$75,000
Replace Boiler (KHS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$75,000
Replace Cafeteria AC Units (KHS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$30,000
Replace Gym AC Unit (KHS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$75,000
Replace 16 Science Building HVAC Units (MCHS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$200,000
Replace Kitchen and Cafeteria AC Units (RHS):Units Reached End of Life Cycle & Improve Efficiency$50,000
Building Automation System Upgrades (WCHS):Replace Aging Systems, Energy Efficiency, & Access to Parts$120,000
Building Automation System Upgrades (Greenwood):Replace Aging Systems, Energy Efficiency, & Access to Parts$80,000
Replace Boardroom AC Unit (CSG):Replace Aging Systems, Energy Efficiency, & Access to Parts$15,000
Replace Boiler (CSG):Replace Aging Systems, Energy Efficiency, & Access to Parts$15,000
Replace Printshop AC Unit (CSG):Replace Aging Systems, Energy Efficiency, & Access to Parts$20,000
Replace Split System (CSG):Replace Aging Systems, Energy Efficiency, & Access to Parts$10,000
Replace First Aid AC Units (CSG):Replace Aging Systems, Energy Efficiency, & Access to Parts$25,000
Build Out 75 Offices for Virtual School (CSS):Student Growth Projections Require Utilization of BEP Classrooms$4,000,000
Montgomery Central Fueling Station (OPS):Student Growth Projections Require Additional Bus Support$500,000
West Creek Bus Complex – Expansion (OPS):Student Growth Projections Require Additional Bus Support$500,000
12-Classroom Addition, Front Office, Gym, Cafeteria Mods (BES):Student Growth Projections Require Add’l BEP Classrooms$6,930,000
4-Classroom Reconfiguration with HVAC (EMES):Eliminate Sound Transfer & Improve HVAC Efficiency$2,000,000
Phase II Facelift – Painting and Enhancement (CSG):Student Growth Projections Require Add’l Administration Retention$250,000
Phase III Facelift – Entire Building (Ceiling, Carpet, VCT, RR, Furniture) (CSG):Student Growth Projections Require Add’l Administration Retention$1,000,000

Student Records

Total Cost: $141,250.00
iAutomation to digitize students records: $141,250.00

Technology

Total Cost: $4,344,001
Additional Repair Tech/Inventory:Increased work orders due to implementation of 1:1 K-12 (over 3 years)$174,000.00
Aruba Airwave (2,000 licenses)Need additional licenses for growth; allows better notifications and quicker response and resolution for outages$100,000.00
ClearPass “Onboard”:Facilitate additional use of online learning resources $117,000.00
ClearPass Virtual:Provide online resource availability in case of Disaster Recovery$8,000.00
Displays for Car Rider App:Minimize contact and proximity during student pickup
$40,000.00
Employee Badges:Minimize contact with Kronos device
$1,190.00
Employee Badges Printer (Retransfer):Minimize contact with Kronos device$4,500.00
Environmental Sensors for UPS:Ensure network uptime and improved support response$50,000.00
E-Rate Eligible (20% share):Provided for network costs (internet, switches, access points)$1,000,000.00
E-Sports for Schools:Extracurricular program with minimal contact, documented student benefit (TSSAA approved)$350,000.00
Extended WiFi at Bus Parking and Depots:More availability for district devices facilitates the availability of bus video download$180,000.00
Firewall Upgrade:Increased performance and reliability of firewall with increased network traffic$1,320,000.00
Kronos Clocks:Increased performance and reliability of firewall with increased network traffic$125,000.00
Lead Custodian cell phones:Facilitate communication with school custodial teams (40 phones over 3 years)$73,500.00
Lepide:Increased security through active directory$33,411.00
SQL Server 2019 Enterprise:Increased uptime in the case of server reboot$45,000.00
Load Balancers/Disaster Recovery:Increased network uptime$25,000.00
M40 Disaster Recovery:Increased network uptime
$100,000.00
Pen Testing for Websites:Verify the safety of the network and network resources$20,000.00
Repair Outside Stairs to First Aid:Increased work orders and traffic due to implementation of 1:1 K-12$10,000.00
SOC Updates:Facilitate work order of Safety$38,000.00
Summer Help (10 people x $15 hour x 400 hrs):Increased work orders due to implementation of 1:1 K-12 (over 3 years)$180,000.00
Supplies for First Aid/Repair/Desktop Support:Increased work orders due to implementation of 1:1 K-12$45,000.00
UPS units (battery backup for technology pieces):Network uptime and improved support response$50,000.00
Baracuda Replacement:Baracuda replacement to address security concerns as student and staff utilization of internet increase (over 3 years)$150,000.00
Technology for New Positions:44 permanent subs, 6 HR, 6 Business, 55 Instruction Virtual, 5 Adult HS=116 x $900
$104,400.00

The survey period for collecting community feedback regarding ESSER 3.0 funds allocation is now closed. If you have general feedback or questions regarding CMCSS district policies or procedures, please contact [email protected]