Due to strong storms predicted for the early evening hours today, all athletic events for the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System are canceled. Afterschool activities are NOT canceled.
Schools will be in session on Monday, Feb. 19 which is Presidents Day. Because students have missed six days of classes due to inclement weather, the makeup plan approved by the School Board last summer has students making up their sixth missed day on Presidents Day.
Schools in CMCSS will be closed on Friday. School staff including Child Nutrition are asked to report from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Custodians are asked to report at 8:30 a.m. Bus drivers, aides and monitors do not report. Employees are encouraged to use caution around campuses. All school-based employees will receive an email with more details regarding tomorrow. Central Support at Gracey, South, Greenwood and Operations report at 10:00 a.m. Because Friday is the sixth day missed this school year, the inclement weather makeup plan will go into effect and schools will be in session on Presidents Day, February 19.
Because of the continued frigid temperatures forecast for Thursday and Friday, schools will be delayed one hour for both days. Buses will be running inclement weather routes where possible.
Please note: This article was originally published on 9/1/2017. Information and/or dates from past events may be not be relevant for the current school year. Due to flooded roads and downed power lines and roads blocked by fallen trees, schools in CMC are closed today. Twelve-month employees should report to work. If conditions prevent employees from getting to work, they should contact their supervisor.
The Clarksville-Montgomery County School Board voted at its formal session July 18, 2017 on the Inclement Weather Make Up Plan for the school year, should it be needed. The first five days missed by students will not be made up and will come from stockpiled student days The sixth day missed and subsequent days will be made up as available: January 2, 2018 (staff development day) February 19, 2018 (Presidents Day) Early release day on March 2, 2018 will be converted to a full day with thirty minutes added to eight additional school days to equal one day.
Please note: This article was originally published on 3/1/2017. Information and/or dates from past events may be not be relevant for the current school year. This is the Communications Office from the Clarksville Montgomery County School System. We will be on a two-hour delay this morning, March the 1st. We apologize for this late notice, but the storm system has moved into the area more rapidly than expected, and it will be in our immediate vicinity during our school bus loading and delivery times. Again, there will be a two-hour delay this morning.
Please note: This article was originally published on 1/6/2017. Information and/or dates from past events may be not be relevant for the current school year. Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools will dismiss one hour early today, Friday, January 6. This allows time for the city and state street and highway departments to clear roads, and helps us avoid delivering students home at dark. Please work with us as transportation may be slower since the whole community is dealing with this unexpected snowfall and our buses may be running at a slower pace. Schools will remain open to receive students if the bus cannot deliver children to their stops. Parents will be contacted by the school if their child is taken to a school. Buses may not be able to follow the inclement weather routes if a road is not passable.
Please note: This article was originally published on 1/5/2017. Information and/or dates from past events may be not be relevant for the current school year. JANUARY 5, 2017 – CMCSS WILL OPERATE ON THE HALF DAY DISMISSAL SCHEDULE FOLLOWED BEFORE WINTER BREAK. EACH SCHOOL’S HALF DAY DISMISSAL TIME IS LISTED ON EACH SCHOOL’S WEBPAGE LOCATED AT WWW.CMCSS.NET . BREAKFAST WILL BE SERVED. LUNCH WILL NOT BE SERVED. PRE-K DOES NOT ATTEND TODAY.
During the winter months, bad weather sometimes impacts our area during the night or early morning, making it difficult to make a school closing announcement in the afternoon or early evening. In an effort to help parents prepare, the Communications Dept. will make a call to all stakeholders on SchoolMessenger in the afternoon or evening before an anticipated weather event that could cause the closing of schools. This is to let stakeholders be aware of the possibility, and alert them to make plans “just in case.” If schools will be closed, you can expect a call the following morning (between 5 and 5:15 a.m.) as you have in the past. If you do not receive a phone call, schools will be open. If the information about a school closing is known earlier than 5 a.m., information will be posted to the CMCSS website, the CMCSS Facebook page, Twitter, and released to Nashville TV stations and local radio. When weather moves in early enough to make the decision on the afternoon/evening before, we will continue to follow our procedure of sending out a notification then.You can now choose how you want to be contacted by your school or the district. SchoolMessenger’s InfoCenter allows the ability to view and listen to messages from your school or district, add, delete and verify your contact information, and personalize how you receive school communications such as this one. InfoCenter centralizes these communications in a unified inbox where you may access the contents of emails as well as voice and text messages. If you are associated with students in different schools, all matching records will be linked to your account. Simply set your communication preferences inside the SchoolMessenger InfoCenter parent portal.