A student in the Academy of Media Arts and Technology at Rossview High School, along with members of the Clarksville community, worked together to publish a brochure highlighting locations […]
Students from Kenwood Middle had the unique opportunity to visit the Google Data Center in Clarksville and get some first hand experience in computer building and coding. At the […]
The Read United program allows community members to volunteer their time virtually to help students become better readers.
At their Career Day, students at Norman Smith Elementary were able to see how professionals still use concepts they learned in elementary school everyday.
Esperanza Soriano-McCrary is joined by Michael Dawn Daniels from the American Job Center to discuss their services.
This morning, we celebrated our partnerships with businesses and community members by having our annual Partners in Education Appreciation Breakfast. Representatives from F&M Bank were presented with the Sarah […]
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.