News from Clarksville Academy
Clarksville Academy is seeking vendors for the annual Fall Festival, which will be held October 25th. Vendor booths are offered to CA families first, but applications are being accepted through October 3rd, before being made available to the public. Booths are approximately 10 X 10 and rent for $40 each. Please call Debbie McConnell at 980-8837 or email for an application.
This annual event is just one project underway at the Academy.
Clarksville Academy seniors are selling Clarksville/Montgomery County Smart Cards to raise funds for their class trip. If you are interested in purchasing a Smart Card, please contact a senior or send $12.00 for each card you wish to purchase to your child’s teacher and the card will be sent to you.
Season passes for all home sports events are on sale in the Business Office for $50.00 each for students or adults. This will allow the pass holder admission to all home, regular season games.
Loaves and Fishes, “An Agency Working to Feed the Hungry”, invites everyone to their Louisiana Saturday Night fundraiser on Saturday, September 13th from 4:00 – 7:00 P.M. Tickets are $10.00 per person and are available at the door. There will be Cajun food galore!! Carry outs are available. This agency provides meals for the hungry of Clarksville six days each week.
APSU will host a College Fair in the Dunn Center on September 29th from 6:00 – 8:00 P.M. All seniors and parents are invited to attend. There will representatives from many different colleges and universities present.
Applications for 2009 Governor’s Schools are available for 10th & 11th grade students online or in guidance in the following areas: Agricultural Sciences, Computational Physics, Emerging Technologies, Engineering, Humanities, Information Technology Leadership, International Studies, Prospective Teachers, Science, Scientific Exploration of Tennessee Heritage, Scientific Models & Data Analysis and Arts. The websites can answer many of your questions or concerns.