Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Christian School is pleased to announce the addition of a school guidance counselor, Mrs. Yvette Childs. Mrs. Childs received her Bachelor of Science degree in Middle School Education and her Master of Arts in Guidance and Counseling from Murray State University.
She has nine years experience as an educator, including five years as a teacher in the middle grades, and four years as a middle school counselor with the Clarksville Montgomery County School System.
She is certified in School Counseling for grades K-12, and has also received certification from the Association of Christian Schools International.
When asked why she wanted to become a part of CCS, she replied: “I believe Christian education builds a strong foundation in a child’s life. Children are the future, and setting the right foundation is very critical in the beginning of their lives. Find out more about Mrs. Childs and other news by visiting www.ClarksvilleChristianSchool.org.
About Clarksville Christian School
Founded in 2007, Clarksville Christian School’s goal is to foster and maintain an educational and Christian environment wherein God is glorified in every respect academically, socially, and morally according to the teachings of the Bible. In fulfilling this mission, Clarksville Christian School is dedicated to glorifying God and affirming only the Bible as His infallible, authoritative, and inspired word.
Clarksville Christian School fulfills this mission by teaching daily Bible classes, inspiring academic excellence in each student according to his or her ability, promoting physical fitness, and directing each student into his or her personal development of the body, mind, spirit, and a maturing, closer relationship with God.
Additionally, the traits of self-esteem, responsibility, tolerance, self-reliance, respect, courtesy, leadership, appreciation, pride in school and country, good judgment, and integrity are emphasized. CCS encourages active parent and family involvement in the Christian education of their children.