The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System offers several non-traditional schools and programs of choice for students. Each year, families can apply to express interest in their students participating in the program.
This invitation-only event will allow applicants to interview and potentially receive same-day offers. Candidates can begin onboarding immediately.
The Clarksville-Montgomery County School Board presented Point of Pride awards during their formal meeting on November 15, 2022.
The Tennessee School Boards Association annually honors a school board for excellent service.
Information Sessions Will Be Held November 17 and December 1
The following administrator announcements were made in November 2022.
The following policies will be implemented for all spectators at high school basketball games on our campuses.
Good afternoon, CMCSS families, Happy Friday! Please see below for a few updates and reminders. November Calendar Reminders Sunday, November 6: Daylight Saving Time Ends (Set clocks back one hour) Tuesday, November 8: Election Day (Staff development; Students do not report) Friday, November 11: Veterans Day (No School; Students do not report) Wednesday, November 23-Friday, November 25: Thanksgiving Break (No school; Students do not report) On Veterans Day and every day, we honor all our service men and women, both past and present. To our employees, parents, guardians, family members, and community members who have served, and those who continue to serve, thank you for your service and sacrifice. Teacher Residency Pathways and Hiring CMCSS will hold informational sessions for those interested in participating in our innovative, nationally-recognized Teacher Residency Pathways. If you have ever considered a career in education, the Teacher Residency Program allows you to pursue a dream without tuition or textbook expenses. Selected candidates will also be employed as CMCSS educational assistants throughout the program. Applications will open on Nov. 18 and are due Jan. 9, 2023. On Thu., Nov. 17, at 5:30 p.m., leaders in the Teacher Residency Program will discuss the Elementary/Middle Teacher Residency. This program will allow those who do not currently hold a bachelor’s degree to pursue a degree and license to teach elementary or middle-grade levels and will also earn a special education interventionist endorsement through a three-year program. Residents will begin coursework at Nashville State Community College and transfer to Austin Peay State University to complete degree requirements. Current high school seniors can apply for this program! On Thu., Dec. 1, at 5:30 p.m., interested candidates will learn about the Lipscomb Teacher Residency (LTR) and Lipscomb Middle Teacher Residency (LMTR) programs available through a partnership with Lipscomb University. Through this pathway, […]
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