Latest StoriesJanuary 12th, 2022
Families can now access their student’s report card for the second nine weeks.
Local first responder agencies are partnering with CMCSS to implement the national Handle with Care program in Clarksville-Montgomery County.
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.
Learn more about the innovative programs and schools of choice available to CMCSS families.
With a recent update to state law, effective this school year, all school systems in Tennessee are required to provide a medically accurate, age-appropriate sex education. CMCSS is notifying parents/guardians of this new requirement and seeking feedback from parents/guardians on the selection of a Family Life Curriculum.
Information on report cards for the 2021-2022 academic year.
This week, CMCSS students in grades 6 – 12 will have the opportunity to voluntarily participate in a short one-question survey regarding ESSER 3.0 funding. The question will be a multi-select ranking question. Data collected will provide the district with another avenue of stakeholder feedback. The question was specifically designed for students and appeared as […]
Families will receive a survey link regarding Impact Aid. How does Federal money support our schools?
A surrogate parent is a volunteer who is appointed by a local education agency to assist children who do not have parents or family members.
Across the nation, schools are observing an increase in concerning student behaviors that are linked to social media, especially the app TikTok.