CMCSS schools will operate on a two-hour delay tomorrow, Friday, January 21. Pre-K will not report. Breakfast and lunch will be served. The majority of road and campus conditions have improved throughout the day, but there are still patchy areas that may refreeze overnight. This additional time will provide more visibility for drivers and pedestrians. We ask everyone to please exercise caution during your commute tomorrow.
Good afternoon, CMCSS families, District officials are closely monitoring the weather forecast for this evening and tomorrow. Although forecasters are predicting the potential for a wintry mix, the amount of precipitation and impacts on travel are uncertain. Currently, Montgomery County is not under any winter weather watches or warnings. Because of the uncertainty, there is no recommendation at this time to delay or close schools tomorrow. However, the Operations Department will continue monitoring the forecast and a team is on standby to drive routes across the county to check conditions very early tomorrow morning. We will keep families updated. As a reminder, if school buildings are closed, the CMCSS Communications Department will use SchoolMessenger to notify families via call, text, and email. Parents and guardians can use the Parent Self-Service Portal at parents.cmcss.net to update contact information throughout the year. The district also will share inclement weather closure updates on official CMCSS social media accounts, https://www.cmcss.net, and local media. Please ensure that you check your sources when viewing school closure information on social media. For official CMCSS social media, follow us @cmcssinfo on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Tennessee is the first state to be approved by the U.S. Department of Labor to establish a permanent Grow Your Own model with Clarksville-Montgomery County School System and Austin Peay State University.
The events will allow high school seniors the opportunity to ask questions and find resources related to the FAFSA.
Families can now access their student’s report card for the second nine weeks.
CMCSS has announced several administrative appointments.
Local first responder agencies are partnering with CMCSS to implement the national Handle with Care program in Clarksville-Montgomery County.
Happy New Year! Here are a few reminders and updates as we embark on the second semester of the 2021-2022 school year.
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.
The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System School Board will be employing a new Director of Schools. A key part of this process is to provide everyone an opportunity to be heard.