Latest StoriesSeptember 21st, 2021
Nationwide food shortages are impacting school cafeteria menus.
On Tuesday, September 14, 2021, the CMCSS School Board established a face mask requirement for students and employees indoors in CMCSS facilities when physical distancing is not possible. Parent(s)/guardian(s) can opt their child out of this requirement.
Helpful information for kindergarten families.
Curbside meals are available through the summer to families in Montgomery County.
The district’s CDT team has released the health and safety protocols for summer programs and the 2021-2022 school year based on updated guidance, recommendations, research, and requirements.
Two administrators have been announced for CMCSS elementary schools.
CMCSS families can use Parent Self-Service to access student report cards.
On Monday, January 25, CMCSS Pre-K through sixth-grade traditional students will return to in-person learning. Seventh through twelfth-grade traditional students will continue learning remotely until further notice.
The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System offers several non-traditional schools and programs of choice for students. Read below for more information on these innovative programs designed to provide families the opportunity to choose schools and programs that will help their children reach their potential.
The Tennessee Department of Education has not yet released the Pre-K application for the 2021-2022 school year. After CMCSS receives information from the state, the district will release application information, including dates, times, and locations for application events. Based on previous timeframes for receiving information from TDOE, CMCSS is typically able to begin accepting applications in April.