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Joe Heitz & Clarksville Montgomery County School System hold Pass & Go event

CMCSSThe Joe Heitz Pass & Goevent is quickly approaching. On Aug. 8, all CMCSS students who passed their Advanced Placement exams with a score of 3, 4, or 5 have the chance to win a brand new Toyota from Joe Heitz.

With the vision from the Director of Schools, Michael Harris, The Education Foundation searched for an additional partnership to complement the Pass and Go event to provide additional incentives for the students who qualified for the car. Premier Medical came on board and agreed to give-away 12 laptop computers to provide students another chance to win, in addition to the car. Premier will also provide flash drives to every student participant in the program so that everyone will walk away with something.

“Education is such an important facet to healthcare and we are very excited about the opportunity to partner with the Clarksville Montgomery County School System as a sponsor of the Pass & Go event,” says Cathy Hayes, Premier Medical representative. “This program provides an opportunity to recognize and reward students for their academic achievement which we see as an investment in the youth and ultimately the future of this community.”

William Beach from Beach Oil Company recently came on board to give students a chance to also win gas cards.

Mike Harris, Director of Schools says, “I am thankful that we have so many businesses and individuals in our community who are willing to help us recognize students for their hard work and also support our district programs.” Without the support of our community we would not be able to have such events and rewards.”

For information about how your business can become a business partner with CMCSS please contact Candy Johnson at 931-920-7955 or

Candy Johnson
Candy Johnson
Candy Johnson is a Clarksville native. She is married to Bryan Johnson, and they have one daughter. Mrs. Johnson has a BA in Public Management with a minor in leadership studies from Austin Peay State University, she also received a Master of Public Administration degree from Murray State University. She is employed by the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System, and currently represents Ward 5 in the Clarksville City Council. She is a member of the Finance, Parks and Recreation, and Community Housing Committees for the City of Clarksville, serves on the Animal Control Board for Montgomery County, and volunteers on several community boards. Candy is an active member of Fifth Ward Missionary Baptist Church. She is a member of several professional organizations including but not limited to Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honors Society, Alpha Sigma Alpha, and Order of Omega greek honors Society.
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