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Elementary School

January 12th, 2022

Accessing Student Report Cards – January 2022

Families can now access their student’s report card for the second nine weeks.

January 10th, 2022

Administrative Appointments Announced in January

CMCSS has announced several administrative appointments.

January 7th, 2022

Handle with Care

Local first responder agencies are partnering with CMCSS to implement the national Handle with Care program in Clarksville-Montgomery County.

January 5th, 2022

January 5, 2022 Update for Families

Happy New Year! Here are a few reminders and updates as we embark on the second semester of the 2021-2022 school year.

January 4th, 2022

CMCSS Seeks Community Feedback Regarding District-Wide Rezoning

The Clarksville-Montgomery County School Board heard on first reading the recommendation that changes be made to the middle and high school zone lines for the 2022-2023 school year.

December 21st, 2021

2022-23 Application Period for Schools & Programs of Choice

Learn more about the innovative programs and schools of choice available to CMCSS families.

December 10th, 2021

A Hero’s Welcome at Barkers Mill Elementary

Student rescues siblings from a house fire, recognized by the fire department.

November 10th, 2021

Service Before Self: How Military Service Shapes Their Teaching

Many CMCSS employees are also military veterans, which brings a unique, necessary perspective to the school environment.

November 2nd, 2021

Birthday Wish: CMCSS Student Overjoyed His Bus Driver Attends His Party

Birthdays are a time of excitement for children. When considering how to make his birthday extra special, a CMCSS kindergartener had one wish at the top of his list. Jace Caudill wanted to celebrate with his bus driver, Mr. Mike. Mike Ellis, or ‘Mr. Mike’, has been a CMCSS bus driver for 15 years. After retiring from a business career, he turned to bus driving. “When we were making the list of who he would like to invite, Mr. Mike was the first person on the list,” Amy Caudill, Jace’s mother, recalled. “I said, ‘Your bus driver?’” Jace often comes home sharing stories of his time spent with Mr. Mike and refers to him as “the kindest man I know.” Amy had met Mr. Mike previously when her son insisted on introducing her during a local cross-country meet. Amy shares her son’s sentiment. “He is just so kind.” The Caudill’s prepared a birthday invitation for their bus driver. Amy made sure to include a note to say she didn’t expect him to come but that she was simply fulfilling her son’s request. Mr. Mike was the first person to RSVP for the birthday. “When I got to school and opened up [the invitation], I thought, ‘I’m going to that birthday party,’” said Mr. Ellis. After checking with his supervisors, making sure it was okay to attend the party, Mr. Ellis reached out to Amy and confirmed. Once Jace learned Mr. Mike would attend his birthday party, Amy said he could not contain his excitement, “He told everyone.” When Mike arrived at Defy, an indoor trampoline park, he instantly became the party’s highlight. “There were several kids that knew him. They were all over the moon excited Mr. Mike was there,” Amy said, laughing. In true Mr. Mike fashion, he made […]

October 29th, 2021

October 2021 Points of Pride

The following students and staff were recognized during the Points of Pride ceremony held at the School Board Meeting in October 2021. The Northeast High School Robotics Team 5999A Team 5999A Students: o Aleksandre Josef Barnuevo o Marcus Kinch o Guido Ricabal o Michael Scates Team 5999 Coaches: o Mr. Nicholas DuBee o Chief Thomas Hager o Mr. Daniel Saucer Team 5999A participated in the Remote VEX Worlds JROTC Division competition. This division was comprised of 23 teams throughout the nation that were also associated with a JROTC program. The students conducted an interview with judges before the competition. Within this judging, team 5999A received the Judges Award; an award that is given to a team that deserves special recognition. They then ran their robots through a skills competition where they had three one-minute attempts at driver skills and three one-minute attempts at programming skills. This team performed extremely well and they maxed out driver skills with a 126 and had a programming skills score of 67 for a total of 193 points. With that score, this team was awarded the VEX Worlds JROTC Division Robot Skills Award; the award for having the best-combined skills score amongst all competitors. This team continues to strive to achieve their best and they are excited to continue to compete in the 2021-2022 VEX Robotics season. Clarksville High School Girl’s Golf Team Student-Athletes: o Autumn Spencer o Zoe Phillips o Darcy Phillips Coach: John Robichaud The 2020-2021 TSSAA Girls’ Golf State Championship Winners. This amazing group of student-athletes won the state tournament by 15 strokes. Congratulations to our state champs, the Clarksville High Girls’ Golf Team! Cadet Major Kaylee Coon Cadet Major Kaylee Coon was one out of 65 Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine JROTC Cadets to receive the prestigious Legion of Valor […]