Rowan Carey | NEHS
Rowan Carey stood in stunned silence after learning he won a new car at the 13th annual Wyatt Johnson Automotive Pass and Go event. Carey, a Northeast High School junior, was speechless after his key started the Hyundai Accent on Sat., Aug. 7.
September 15th, 2021
Safety and security are paramount to our Student Transportation Department. The drivers, dispatchers, and maintenance personnel understand their role extends far beyond daily transportation to and from school.
Thank you to the drivers and driver aides that step up each day and bring our students safely to and from school. You are the first friendly face in the morning and the last goodbye at the end of the day. Our gratitude stretches beyond the roads we travel. Please know your service means so much to our CMCSS families.
August 18th, 2021
Thank you to the CMCSS custodians who go above and beyond every day. A clean, safe facility is essential to a positive learning environment. You focus on the details many of us take for granted, and we are grateful for your service.
August 10th, 2021
The 13th annual Pass and Go Event at Wyatt Johnson Mazda had over 600 CMCSS high school students participate who passed over 900 AP exams.
June 22nd, 2021
Thank you to our school nurses, food service, and child nutrition. Your support and encouragement nourish and comforts us daily. This year, you have achieved more than was ever thought possible. Thank you for the service and compassion you extend to our community.
May 7th, 2021
Mr. Millard House II, CMCSS Director of Schools, has been named the TN Mid-Cumberland Superintendent of the Year and is in the running for the state’s Superintendent of the Year.
May 4th, 2021
In 2020, amid a world of physical-distancing, the simple joy of a chorus of voices seemed at risk. Thankfully, related arts teachers are known for their out-of-the-box thinking, and they refused to let a pandemic stop the music.
April 21st, 2021
For the past five years, the CMCSS Operations Department has partnered with Special Populations to create a specially designed internship program. The internship allows students in the CDC program, who are able and willing to work, an opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge they need to be marketable in employment areas.
April 21st, 2021
There is little our administrative assistants cannot accomplish. Thank you for keeping our schools running smoothly, helping parents, students, and staff, at times simultaneously. We appreciate how you efficiently maintain CMCSS departments; we all rely on your organization! Thank you for answering the difficult questions, finding solutions, and tracking our success. Sometimes you are the first friendly face and calming voice for our stakeholders. What a difference your kindness makes. Thank you for answering the call and supporting our students and staff. Thank you to our Administrative Assistants, Bookkeepers, Office Assistants, Accounting, Business Office, Human Resources Departments, and more
April 14th, 2021
A West Creek High senior learned his hobby could earn him thousands of dollars in college scholarship offers.
March 31st, 2021
The power of influence is at the core of Kenwood Middle School’s newest initiative, Power Mondays. With a focus on student motivation, the program brings in guest speakers who share their testimony each week. Power Mondays provide a real-world conversation about setting goals, staying inspired, and making choices.