CMCSS Transition Programs seek to provide real-world work experience for our Special Population students.
CMCSS 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students presented their STEM challenges to APSU math and science professors and grad students at the Dunn Center.
This year’s Leadership CMCSS class held their graduation today. Here are some thoughts from two participants about the program. For more information, visit https://cmceducationfoundation.com
This message went out to all of our faculty and staff yesterday to show them the difference they are making in our community and our students’ lives.
Kenwood Middle School hosted a Community Leaders Luncheon to highlight some of the great things going on at the school, and to let community members know how they can […]
While driving a bus route as a substitute, CMCSS Vehicle Mechanic Thomas Mitchell saw a family with a need. Thomas contacted the Lowe’s on Lowe’s Drive in Clarksville, and […]
Moore Magnet held a STEM Showcase to show off what they’ve been working on this school year.
The Downtown Kiwanis Club of Clarksville, in partnership with the Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation, is providing free books to every third grader in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System through […]
Bomb squads from around Middle Tennessee gave students from all 7 CMCSS middle schools a chance to use their robots to compete in this year’s Robot Rodeo. The students […]
Congratulations to Shyanne Kelly, a Clarksville High senior, who won a new car at Saturday’s 8th Annual Pass and Go, a program for students who pass their Advanced Placement […]