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
The Work-based Learning program allows seniors in CMCSS to leave school early to gain real-world job experience.
The TNStars College Savings 529 Program is Tennessee’s own 529 program, a program that is designed to make college savings easy.
The Rossview Playhouse will present one last showing of “The Yellow Boat” by David Saar, Friday, April 21, at 7 p.m. in the RHS main theater. Tickets will be $5 at […]
Advanced Placement students that pass their AP exams with a score of 3, 4, or 5 will be eligible to win a brand new car, along with other prizes, […]
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.
Several high schools from CMCSS and surrounding counties met at Daymar College to compete in events in the Criminal Justice field.
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 […]
We had a chance to sit down with our 2017 valedictorians and ask them what it felt like to be recognized for their hard work.