Administrative Announcements in April 2023
The following students and staff earned a Point of Pride recognition from the CMCSS School Board on April 25, 2023. On March 11, 30 schools from across the 7th Brigade traveled to North Harden High School in Radcliff, Kentucky to compete in the SGM Paul Gray 7th Brigade (BDE) Drill Championships. 7th Brigade consists of JROTC programs from the states of Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee, all vying to be called the Warrior Brigade Champion. When the dust settled, it was the cadets from Montgomery Central High School (MCHS) out of Cunningham, TN, who walked away with the championship. MCHS dominated the competition, sweeping both overall categories and winning the Overall Armed and Unarmed championships as they were crowned the SGM Paul Gray 7th Brigade Grand Champions. They earned eight trophies, two championship belts, and the Grand Champion 7th BDE Warrior drill rifle. CSM (r) James Manning – Instructor / Coach Jubilee Ashford Emma Bierman Ray Black Daniel Budde Mia Butler Omelia Cage Gracie Carman Shaun Debien Abigail Epps Ella Galassi Kyle Heath Ethan Herring Lewis Lastik Camryn Lord Anderson Lowe Gage McMains Jessica Mooney Alaiha-Victoria Santana Rivera Myla Smith Kamara Smith Emilee Thill Kalena Towe Ivy Tubbs Carmella Vittetoe Mia Webster Savannah Pinckney
The annual Senior Hiring Event will take place on Wednesday, May 3, 2023.
CMCSS wrestlers received Point of Pride recognition during the recent school board meeting.
To review and provide feedback on the 2023-2024 budget presentation from the April 11, 2023, School Board Study Session, click here.
Good morning, CMCSS families, We have been closely monitoring the weather. At this time, Clarksville-Montgomery County is not under any watches, advisories, warnings, or other significant weather statements. With our previous closures or early dismissals due to weather, we had urgent guidance from the National Weather Service that we have not yet received today. Based on the timing of the predicted thunderstorms, we could experience delays or disruptions with the afternoon commute. CMCSS is a StormReady district, and all CMCSS schools have severe weather plans, designated safe areas, and required drills throughout the school year. Additionally, the CMCSS Transportation Department has protocols for severe weather, including rerouting buses to the nearest school in the event of a tornado warning. Our bus drivers and school personnel are focused on student safety and are prepared to make accommodations during dismissal, if needed. Although we are not dismissing early today, all after-school activities are cancelled. Additionally, we understand some families may wish to check out their students early today, including those who are typically walkers or bus riders. If families check out students as early as three hours before normal dismissal time, students will still be counted as present for the full day based on our 7-hour school day. As always, we ask everyone to please stay weather alert and ready! If you are new to Tennessee or our region, severe weather season is typically March through May and mid-October through November.