Across the nation, schools are observing an increase in concerning student behaviors that are linked to social media, especially the app TikTok.
Since 2018, CMCSS has been actively pursuing a non-traditional approach to earn a degree or certification. Now, over 160 Teacher Residents are helping close the gap on the teacher shortage.
In June 2021, the CMCSS School Board unanimously voted to approve Dr. Angela Huff as the Interim Director of Schools.
Nationwide food shortages are impacting school cafeteria menus.
AVID Tutoring Training will take place Wednesday, September 29.
Ethan Morrow, a Clarksville High senior, has been named a 2022 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist.
On Tuesday, September 14, 2021, the CMCSS School Board established a face mask requirement for students and employees indoors in CMCSS facilities when physical distancing is not possible. Parent(s)/guardian(s) can opt their child out of this requirement.
Montgomery Central, Rossview, and Sango Elementary schools earned Reward School distinction for the 2020-21 school year.
Good afternoon, CMCSS families, To streamline the mask requirement opt-out process for parents/guardians and minimize the paperwork burden on employees, the Technology Department will be sending an electronic form to parents/guardians via text and email. Parents who do not want to opt out their child from the mask requirement will not need to complete the form. Please note the opt-out will be on file through the remainder of the school year and will be in effect for the entirety of the face mask requirement. Staff is working diligently to program and test this electronic form so that it will automatically upload to a student’s record. The form will be sent to parents/guardians no later than tomorrow afternoon. Please use the electronic form when it is sent and do not submit an alternative form. The District will provide further instructions for those who have difficulty accessing the electronic form. Thank you for your patience.
Throughout this school year, CMCSS has strongly encouraged students, employees, and visitors to wear face coverings in common areas and when physical distancing cannot be maintained anywhere in a building or on transportation.