Gary Linfoot, a former soldier, visited with several classes at Rossview Elementary. Mr. Linfoot was a helicopter pilot, but a horrific accident in 2008 crushed his spine and left […]
Pisgah Elementary celebrated Bike to School Day last week by having students, faculty, and members of the community ride their bikes to school.
Leadership CMCSS participants get a chance to see how the school system works from the inside. If you’d like more information, please contact Rebecca Dyer at email@example.com.
Gregory Richardson, owner of Colorado Cutthroat Connection and the National Video Game Association, visited with the Academy of Computer & Game Programming at Northeast High School to tell them about […]
With 3rd-8th grade students taking the TCAP this week, several schools held pep rallies last week to get students excited about testing. Here are highlights from Northeast Elementary and New […]
Pass & Go – the annual community business-sponsored reward event for students enrolled in Advanced Placement classes – will be held Aug. 2 for those students who pass their […]
The Academy of Plant and Animal Systems at Montgomery Central High School visited a cattle farm, a golf course, and a sod farm to learn more about grass, water, drainage, […]
Sango Elementary’s Drama Club has been rehearsing since November for their performance of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves of the Black Forest.”
Carnival and Encore are the premiere show choirs at Clarksville High School. They will be performing their “Made in the U.S.A.” show next week.
CMCSS held the 6th annual Construction Carpentry Contest recently and invited schools from Montgomery County as well as surrounding counties. MCHS took home the trophy in the Wall Building Contest.