Congratulations to all of our 2014 – 2015 Teachers of the Year!
Matt de la Peña stopped by CHS yesterday as part of Student Reader Day. The Student Reader Day Program was created by Humanities Tennessee to bring writers together with […]
The Month of the Military Child is observed each April and celebrates the contributions children make to the Armed Forces community. We asked several military connected students about their […]
Students at Burt Elementary are getting the opportunity to learn about European culture from two Swedish student teachers. Isabelle and Moa are participating in an exchange program run by […]
Students in the Academy of Criminal Justice and Homeland Security had a chance to experience what it’s like getting behind the wheel while distracted or impaired. The simulator was […]
Last Friday, 192 third-year Academic Award recipients were honored at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center by the Education Foundation for their outstanding academic achievements.
With 28% of the students in CMCSS being military dependent, we get a lot of questions regarding the attendance policy as it pertains to deployment and rest and recuperation […]
Have you ever wondered what happens in CMCSS when bad weather occurs? Ride along with our Chief Operations Officer as he discusses the considerations that are taken into account […]
The Monday of Spring Break was very busy for some CMCSS students. Montgomery Central High School hosted an FFA competition for their district. Participating schools included Clarksville High, East […]
March is Youth Art Month across the county, and CMCSS is celebrating by displaying artwork from our elementary and middle schools at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library for the […]