The Perkins Reserve Grant will allow CMCSS to fund opportunities to promote career readiness initiatives throughout the district.
A recent communication was sent to some middle school families: You are receiving this message because your eighth-grade student (name specified in email) has been promoted to high school even though they failed two or more classes in middle school. We are reaching out to you today to ask for your assistance in ensuring that your student comes to high school in August prepared for the academic course load. West Creek High School will be offering a unique opportunity for your student to attend a High School Summer Session. The session will take place for two weeks, July 6-9 and July 12-16 from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. each day. Completion of this program will bridge the academic gap. Additionally, this program will ensure that incoming high-school student-athletes are eligible to play sports at the high-school level. All athletes must be academically eligible to participate in the fall in accordance with TSSAA rules. If you are interested in allowing your child to attend, please complete the following form by Friday, June 18. (Fill out this Google form.) If you have questions, please email [email protected]
Information for rising ninth-graders at Rossview High for summer learning.
Information regarding summer learning for rising ninth-graders at Northeast High School.
Information regarding summer learning programs at Montgomery Central High.
Information for families regarding the summer learning program and Kenwood High.
Information for rising ninth-graders regarding summer learning.
Information regarding Summer School program for rising ninth-graders.
The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System has named Chris Reneau as its Chief Financial Officer, effective July 1, 2021. He will be replacing Marcia Demorest, who announced last month that she would be stepping down to assume a different role in the district’s Business Affairs Department. Reneau will be joining CMCSS after a successful career in various senior-level roles with Fortune 500 companies and other organizations. Most recently, he was the Vice President of Operational Excellence for VLS Recovery Services in Houston, Texas. Previous professional experiences include Corporate Director of Engineering for Plymouth Tube Company in Warrenville, Ill.; Senior Manager: Financial Planning & Analytics for Staples in Columbia, S.C.; Global Director: Quality and Director: Rental Operations for Dayton Superior Corporation in Dayton, Ohio; and Global Director: Quality and Business Unit Manager: North American Mechanics Hand Tools for Apex Tool Group, LLC in Sparks, Md. He also has served as a Director of Quality, Senior Quality Engineer, Quality and Lean Manager, and Industrialization Engineer. “Mr. Reneau’s impressive background in business, finance, engineering, and continuous improvement will be a tremendous asset to CMCSS,” stated Director of Schools Millard House II. “During the interviews, it was clear that he had the desire to make this career change to be a part of an organization focused on the growth of our children and betterment of society rather than just profits and losses.” Reneau earned his MBA from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Okla. and his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tenn. He is a Senior Member of the American Society of Quality and holds certifications from that organization in Six Sigma Black Belt, Quality Engineer, and Organizational Excellence/Quality Manager. Additionally, he has the Project Manager certification from PMI, Production & Inventory Manager certification from APICS, Lean Senpei from Toyota, […]
ESSER 3.0 Federal Funds The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System has developed a plan to use specifically allocated federally provided funds, referred to as ESSER 3.0, beginning in the 2021-2022 school year. ESSER 3.0 funds are provided to State educational agencies and school districts to help sustain the safe operation of schools and address the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the Nation’s students. Watch the video above to observe the proposed distribution of these funds over the next three years. Stakeholder feedback is valuable to the process. After reviewing the information, you can provide feedback via the survey link at the bottom of the page. ESSER Fund 3.0 Frequently Asked Questions. How to Engage Watch the video above, providing an overview of CMCSS’ proposed ESSER 3.0 funding distribution. Review the detailed listing below for each department requesting ESSER 3.0 funds. Submit your questions, comments, or suggestions via the “Provide Feedback” survey link. Business Affairs Total Cost: $635,881.50 What is Included Payroll staff (2020-2021): 3 positions, including benefits $31,439.68 Payroll staff (2021-2022): 3 positions, including benefits $160,670.25 Payroll staff (2022-2023): 3 positions, including benefits $163,488.54 Accounting staff (2020-2021): 2 positions, including benefits $27,544.85 Accounting staff (2021-2022): 2 positions, including benefits $113,698.56 Accounting staff (2022-2023): 2 positions, including benefits $115,577.42 Furniture for New Positions: $23,462.20 Communications Total Cost: $558,918.00 What is Included Parent and Family Engagement Specialist (PFES): With benefits [60000 x .2051 = 12,306] over 3 years $216,918.00 PFES Furniture: $12,000.00 PFES Cell Phone: Over 3 years $3,000.00 PFES Resources, Contract Service, Equipment: Over 3 years $60,000.00 PFES Professional Learning: Professional learning for all 40 schools over 3 years $135,000.00 Emma Email Marketing: District-wide email and communications marketing platform, over 3 years $45,000.00 Canva Enterprise: 50 accounts x $30 x 12 months x 3 years $54,000.00 SMS Short Code Service: Dedicated […]