On Friday, May 24, CMCSS and APSU hosted a signing day event for the first cohort of the Early Learning Teacher Residency, an innovative three-year residency and degree program […]
Kenwood Middle had the opportunity to build their own electric cars and race them this year.
Each CMCSS school had the opportunity to send teams from 3rd grade through 9th grade to present their STEM Challenges.
The FBI Memphis Field Office recognized 8th grade students at Richview Middle School for winning the National FBI Safe Online Surfing award on Friday, April 12, 2019. The eighth […]
At the 2nd Annual CMCSS Red Carpet Awards, we recognized our 54 Teachers of the Year. Our district level Teachers of the Year were Lindsay Karas and Abraham Wolfe […]
2018-2019 CMCSS Teachers of the Year PreK-4 – Deborah Chancellor, First Grade Teacher, New Teacher Mentor – Minglewood Elementary School 5-8 – Lindsay Karas, 6th Grade RLA – Kenwood […]
CMCSS Director of Schools, Millard House, O’Bee O’Bryant and Katie Williams of the CMC Education Foundation, and James Corlew of James Corlew Chevrolet made surprise visits to the teachers […]
For the past 9 years, the Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation has offered CMCSS educators the opportunity to compete for funds that support innovation in their classrooms and special educational […]
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 […]
This week, the over 2,400 eighth graders in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System participated in the annual CMCSS 8th Grade Career Exploration Day. Dozens of workforce professionals from the […]