How one former student is leading in athletics, business, and the classroom.
These administrative appointments have been announced in June 2021.
The Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission recognizes military-friendly schools across Tennessee
Over the two years of the grant, CMCSS and its partners will focus on initiatives that eliminate barriers for students who may not have the opportunity to engage in certifications, training, and on-the-job experience in a non-traditional school setting.
CMCSS Director of Schools Millard House II has been named the lone finalist for the superintendent of Houston Independent School District (ISD) in Houston, TX.
“I will miss the students, employees, and community members with whom I have built strong relationships over the past four years,” stated House. “I have learned a lot from the talented educators and leaders in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System. I will utilize my professional experiences from Tennessee, North Carolina, and Oklahoma and my continued focus on equity and innovation to lead Houston ISD.”
KMS is the first middle school in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System to receive this honor
The Tennessee Literacy Success Act requires each district and public charter school to submit a Foundational Literacy Skills Plan. School districts and public charter schools must create a local Foundational Literacy Skills Plan for students in kindergarten through fifth grade and submit the final approved plan to the department for approval. The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System’s Foundational Literacy Skills Plan has been approved by the Tennessee Department of Education. Click here to view the approved Foundational Literacy Skills Plan. Click here to view the approval rubric for the plan.
Good afternoon, CMCSS families, The district’s Communicable Disease Team (CDT) is releasing the health and safety protocols for summer programs and the 2021-2022 school year based on updated guidance, recommendations, research, and requirements. The updated protocols will take effect on June 1, 2021. Current protocols will remain in effect until then. For high school graduations, CMCSS is following APSU’s guidelines for the Dunn Center, which includes a mask requirement and reduced capacities. The following are a few of the significant changes effective June 1, 2021: Face Masks: In accordance with the CDC’s guidance that fully vaccinated people can resume activities without wearing a mask, CMCSS strongly encourages students, employees, and visitors who are not vaccinated to wear face coverings in common areas and when physical distancing cannot be maintained anywhere in a building or on transportation. At this time, there will not be a universal face-mask requirement for students, employees, and visitors effective June 1, 2021. Continuum of Learning: In accordance with the TN State Board of Education’s rule and the expiration of Continuous Learning Plans, CMCSS will no longer transition schools and/or the district to remote learning. For students who cannot attend in-person instruction due to quarantines, the district will work with families on a case-by-case basis to ensure students have access to instruction at home. Field Trips, Mass Gatherings & Out-of-State Travel: In-person field trips, mass gatherings (such as assemblies and pep rallies), and out-of-state, school- or district-sponsored travel for students and employees will be reviewed for approval on a case-by-case basis. Please note that at this time the rules on isolation and quarantines from the Tennessee Department of Health and the Montgomery County Health Department are still in place. Schools are still required to conduct contact tracing and exclude unvaccinated students and employees who are close contacts […]
The district’s Communicable Disease Team (CDT) has released the health and safety protocols for summer programs and the 2021-2022 school year based on updated guidance, recommendations, research, and requirements. The updated protocols will take effect on June 1, 2021.
Congratulations Class of 2021.