Not only was today the first day of school for CMCSS students, faculty, and staff, but for our new Director as well.
Students from the Computer and Information Technology Academy at Northeast High School are developing an augmented reality app to help young readers. They tested the app with students at […]
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 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.
Esperanza Soriano-McCrary, CMCSS Parent Engagement Specialist, speaks with Taylor Hall from the State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE). In this episode, Mr. Hall discusses AIM High Tennessee, an initiative […]
Esperanza Soriano-McCrary, CMCSS Parent Engagement Specialist, speaks with Taylor Hall from the State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE) about the TNReady Assessment.
CMCSS Teacher of the Year, Grades K-4, East Montgomery Elementary Planting Flags by Blue Dot Sessions is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial License.
CMCSS is fortunate to have licensed nurses assigned to all of our schools. Here’s how they’re making a difference in the lives of our students, faculty, and staff.
Henry Rothenberg from NewsChannel 5 took time out of his day to speak to 3rd graders at Sango Elementary about their STEM Challenge.
Supervisory Special Agent Dennis Fetting from Homeland Security Investigations gave a presentation about internet safety at West Creek High School.