CMCSS hosted the annual Senior Hiring Fair in partnership with the Economic Development Council.
On April 19, 2022, the School Board has officially proclaimed April the Month of the Military Child in CMCSS.
The following administrator appointments were announced in April 2022.
The FY23 Budget was presented to the School Board on April 12, 2022.
Good afternoon, CMCSS families, There are only a little over 30 more school days left in the 2021-2022 academic year! CMCSS is reaching out with a few updates and reminders for the spring. Calendar Reminders Thursday, April 7 – Kindergarten Kickoffs Friday, April 15 – No School | All Schools and District Offices Closed Monday, April 18 – TNReady State Testing Begins. For more information on state testing, click here. For testing schedules for each level, click the following links or contact your child’s school for more information: Grades 3-5 Testing Schedule Grades 6-8 Testing Schedule High School Testing Schedule CMCSS K-12 Virtual families please refer to previous communications from your school about testing schedules Tuesday, May 3 – Staff Development | Students Do Not Report (County Primary Election Day) Wednesday, May 25 – Last Half Day of School for Students Charter Schools According to state law, nonprofit organizations with the intent to open a charter school in a Tennessee school district must apply through the local School Board for that district for authorization. The CMCSS School Board has received two applications for schools to open in the 2023-2024 school year. For more information on the applicants and to provide feedback on their applications, please click here. Director of Schools Search This month, the School Board and its search firm, Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA) are expected to select and interview finalists for the CMCSS Director of Schools. The District will communicate with stakeholders when community feedback and interview opportunities are scheduled. Please click here for a webpage with more information. Harassment, Assault, and Bullying Throughout this school year, CMCSS and individual schools have reached out and asked families to partner with us to address escalating student behaviors such as vandalism linked to social media challenges and threats of school […]
Throughout this school year, CMCSS and individual schools have reached out and asked families to partner with us to address escalating student behaviors such as vandalism linked to social media challenges and threats of school violence. We have received concerns and feedback from faculty, staff, administrators, students, parents/guardians, and community members about the increasing level of incivility, disrespect, anger, and violence of both students and adults. We are asking families to partner with us to address these concerns. A safe and respectful environment in school is necessary for students to learn and achieve and critical for our faculty, staff, and administrators to support our students effectively. CMCSS prohibits acts of harassment, intimidation, bullying, and hazing by students, district personnel, and volunteers or other third parties in the school environment. Students and adults are expected to demonstrate appropriate behavior, treat others with civility and respect, and refuse to tolerate bullying-related acts. To date, CMCSS schools have investigated nearly 100 accusations of bullying-related acts and harassment this school year and there have been hundreds of cases of fighting and assault. Additionally, there have been several incidents of students, parents/guardians, and other adults using threatening and abusive language and actions towards teachers, staff, and administrators. Students and adults are expected to immediately report incidents of harassment, intimidation, bullying, hazing, assault, or any other threatening or unsafe behaviors to any administrator, teacher, school resource officer, school counselor, or other school or district personnel. For more information, refer to the CMCSS Student Code of Conduct or the District’s Harassment, Intimidation, Bullying, and Hazing Policy. Due to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), CMCSS cannot share specific disciplinary actions taken against students, but the Student Code of Conduct provides the consequences of each founded offense. In addition to disciplinary measures per the Student Code […]
Annually, the CMCSS Student Code of Conduct is reviewed in accordance with state laws and local policy and procedure.
CMCSS is offering Open Enrollment in specific schools and grade levels with available capacity for the 2022-2023 school year.
Nonprofit organizations with the intent to open a charter school in a Tennessee school district must apply through the local School Board for that district for authorization.
Students find success during their involvement in community activities.