August 2022 News


August 12th, 2022

2022 Fall Sports Schedule


August 12th, 2022

Age-Appropriate Materials Act

In accordance with the TN Age-Appropriate Materials Act, CMCSS has a policy and procedure to ensure that each school’s library collection is developed and periodically reviewed in accordance with state law and has a procedure to receive and evaluate feedback from students, parents/guardians, and employees of each school.

A list of each school’s library collection is linked below. In the future, a list of each school’s library collection will be found on each school’s website via the “Library Media Center” link on the homepage.

Barkers Mill Elementary

Barksdale Elementary

Burt Elementary

Byrns Darden Elementary

Carmel Elementary

Clarksville High

Cumberland Heights Elementary

East Montgomery Elementary

Glenellen Elementary

Hazelwood Elementary

Kenwood Elementary

Kenwood High

Kenwood Middle

Kirkwood Middle

Liberty Elementary

Minglewood Elementary

Montgomery Central Elementary

Montgomery Central High

Montgomery Central Middle

Moore Magnet Elementary

New Providence Middle

Norman Smith Elementary

Northeast Elementary

Northeast High

Northeast Middle

Northwest High

Oakland Elementary

Pisgah Elementary

Richview Middle

Ringgold Elementary

Rossview Elementary

Rossview High

Rossview Middle

Sango Elementary

St. Bethlehem Elementary

West Creek Elementary

West Creek High

West Creek Middle

Woodlawn Elementary

Click here for the CMCSS Library Services and Collection Policy (INS-A091).

Click here for the CMCSS Library Procedure (INS-P048).

Any student, parent or guardian of a student, or school employee may provide feedback regarding one or more of the materials in the library collection of the student’s or employee’s school by submitting a request for reconsideration. The request must be submitted to the school’s principal.

Click here for the CMCSS Request for Reconsideration of Resource form (INS-F164).


August 11th, 2022

Daily Announcements


August 11th, 2022

Daily Bell Schedule

Late arrival seniors:  1st period ends at 8:10 and 2nd period ends at 9:00.  Please check this link daily in the event of a special bell schedule.


vezeau with new car August 7th, 2022

Clarksville High Junior Wins a New Car During Pass and Go

Michael Vezeau could not stop smiling after learning he won a new car at the 14th annual Wyatt Johnson Automotive Pass and Go event. Vezeau, a Clarksville High School junior, threw his arms up in victory after his key started the Hyundai Accent on Sat., Aug. 6. “I’m just shocked. I didn’t even know this was possible,” he said. 

Over 600 CMCSS high school students, who passed 869 Advanced Placement (AP) exams, qualified for the event hosted by the Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation. Vezeau was randomly selected as the ultimate winner.

“Hard work pays off,” he said. Vezeau admitted the AP classes took hard work and dedication. When he learned that Pass & Go was a possibility after putting in all of the efforts, it was a welcome reward. 

Each year, CMCSS sophomore, junior, and senior students who have passed their AP exams with a 3, 4, or 5 are invited to participate in Pass & Go. Students receive numbered tickets and are eligible for prizes ranging from gas cards to a brand new car.

The grand prize winner had the choice between a brand new 2022 Hyundai Accent or a 2022 Kia Rio. “Wyatt Johnson is proud to sponsor the Pass and Go event each year,” said Brian Burkeen, Wyatt Johnson General Manager. “It is important we continue to support the students and the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System.”  

Over 25 students walked away from the day with various prizes, including gift cards to Domino’s Pizza, gas cards from Beach Oil, a Google Chromebook, an iPad, and Apple AirPods. 

“The Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation exists to support the improvement of public education,” said Robin Burton, Executive Director of the Education Foundation. “By providing CMCSS students programs and initiatives such as Pass & Go, we contribute to student achievement.”


August 4th, 2022

SCHEDULE CORRECTION FORM

Schedule requests that involve incorrect graduation requirements will be prioritized first. We will not honor schedule request changes that involve a teacher change, class period change, or lunch period change. Click on the link to view and complete the form.