Prepped for Success is a large scale, community-wide initiative to give schools supplies to students whose parents are unable to afford the basic supplies to start school. Volunteers from […]
Mr. House shares his thoughts on this year’s graduations.
Each CMCSS school had the opportunity to send teams from 3rd grade through 9th grade to present their STEM Challenges.
The 11th Annual Northern Mid-TN Construction Competition was held last week at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center. Five CMCSS high schools were represented, as well as 2 from neighboring […]
The Rossview High School Theatre presentation of Our Place recently won 1st place at the Tennessee High School Speech and Drama League One Act Play Competition for District 2. They also […]
Students from 6 CMCSS high schools took part in the 12th annual Battle of the Books at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library
The 2019 Academic Awards Banquet was held last week with 258 students being recognized for their academic excellence over two evenings. Schools appear in the video in alphabetical order […]
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 […]
A student in the Academy of Media Arts and Technology at Rossview High School, along with members of the Clarksville community, worked together to publish a brochure highlighting locations […]
The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts at Austin Peay State University, the Kennedy Center, and CMCSS are partnering together to engage students on a creative level. Randy […]