Integrating technology into the classroom environment helps prepare students for how they’ll use technology after high school.
STEM Academy sophomores had a chance to visit the Cumberland City Fossil Plant last week.
Clarksville High School Business Academy students are being given the opportunity to participate in the Chick-fil-a Leader Academy. Chick-fil-A Leader Academy is a national high school leadership program focused […]
Bomb squads from around Middle Tennessee gave students from all 7 CMCSS middle schools a chance to use their robots to compete in this year’s Robot Rodeo. The students […]
Entrepreneur Mark Cleveland met with students from all seven CMCSS Career Academies to encourage them to not let fear stand in the way of innovation. Mark is the owner […]
After 23 years in the Army, Tom Snow found his second calling as a custodian for CMCSS. However, in his words, “It’s more than just a custodian job.” Tom […]
While only in town for a few hours, Mr. Fisher made himself available to speak to the Freshmen at Rossview High School.
What’s the best way to find out what your student is learning in school? By asking what the Clear Learning Targets were for the day and by referring to […]
Since 1986, the CMC Education Foundation has partnered with the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that operates to enhance public education beyond what tax dollars provide.
Business leaders from around Montgomery County gathered at Northeast High School yesterday evening to learn about the CMCSS STEM program. “Oceans Apart” by […]