Topic: Clarksville-Montgomery County School Board
Montgomery County, TN – The Clarksville Montgomery County School Board has decided to change the start time for their formal Board meetings to 6:00pm beginning with the January 13th, 2015 formal session. This is intended to be a permanent change.
All CMCSS School Board meetings will begin at 6:00pm unless announced otherwise.
Montgomery County, TN – At Tuesday night’s Clarksville Montgomery County School Board work session, Elementary Schools Director Dr. Ann Griffin reviewed a state law (House Bill 2566) passed last year that impacts the age of children starting kindergarten for the 2013-14 school year. «Read the rest of this article»
January Points of Pride
Montgomery County, TN – Burt Elementary School teacher Kenzie Neuman is being recognized for the initiative she took in entering Burt Elementary School in a state lottery which will allow fifth graders to visit the Tennessee State Museum on February 15th and view the actual Emancipation Proclamation and Thirteenth amendment, which will be on display there for only 72 hours.
An Abraham Lincoln impersonator also will visit the students at their school February 4th to impart more knowledge about these historical documents. «Read the rest of this article»
Montgomery County, TN – At 6:30pm today, the School Board will host a public hearing for any one wanting to address the proposed zoning plan for the new Pisgah Elementary School, which opens in August.
The hearing will be in the Ann Hunter Board Room at Central Office, 621 Gracey Avenue. «Read the rest of this article»
School Board Selects Dr. B.J. Worthington as Next Director of Schools for Clarksville Montgomery County School System
Montgomery County, TN – On August 1st, Dr. B.J. Worthington will become the twelfth Director of Schools for the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System.
The Clarksville-Montgomery County School Board cast a unanimous vote for Dr. Worthington in special session Tuesday evening. The Board last week vetted and interviewed five candidates, which were recommended by the Tennessee School Boards Association, for consideration.
Montgomery, County – The team for the world’s largest educational accrediting organization announced that the Clarksville Montgomery County School System ranks among schools systems in the top two to three percent globally.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce announces upcoming events during the month of March.
The Chamber’s Business After Hours will be held on Thursday, March 15th from 5:00pm-7:00pm. The event will be hosted by Wyatt-Johnson at their Hyundai, Subaru, Mazda location, 2425 Wilma Rudolph Boulevard. Join us at this March Madness themed event to shoot some hoops, enjoy music, food, friends and giveaways! Business After Hours is offered at no cost. «Read the rest of this article»
Montgomery County, TN – The Clarksville-Montgomery County School Board reviewed the system’s results on its newly released state report card during its Tuesday work session, seeing improvements across grades, subjects and schools.
Chief Academic Officer Dr. B.J. Worthington reminded School Board members of the changes that Tennessee schools have experienced with more rigorous standards and assessments; redefined proficiency levels; a change in how results are calculated; and a state-legislated mandate that TCAP assessments count as part of students’ math and language arts grades for the second semester. «Read the rest of this article»
Montgomery County, TN – The Clarksville Montgomery County School Board held a Public Meeting on the Proposed Rezoning tonight at 5:30pm. Approximately 100 concerned citizens were in attendance along with Kaye Jones supporting her constituents in Ward 11. Also in attendance were two Montgomery County Commissioners which was appreciated by both the citizens and the board.
All citizens who wished to speak were asked to sign in and given three minutes to voice their opinion on the proposed rezoning to the board. This was primarily due to the large interest in speaking to the board on this matter. «Read the rest of this article»
Montgomery County, TN – When an academic intervention makes a significantly positive difference for a student, it’s a celebration for that student’s teacher and, more importantly, for that student’s family. Master Sgt. Clark Slone, the father of Smiddle school students Justin and Savanna, was amazed at the reading progress his children had made thanks to the Read 180 program. As a thank you to the teachers at New Providence Middle School, he presented a $2,000 check to support the Read 180 program.
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