Topic: Clarksville Montgomery County Schools
Montgomery County, TN – The Clarksville Montgomery County School System (CMCSS) reports that based on current conditions and the weather forecast, Clarksville Montgomery County Schools will be open and operating on a regular school schedule tomorrow, Thursday, January 31st, 2019.
Clarksville Montgomery County School System (CMCSS)
The decision to delay is for safety reasons.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Association of Realtors® (CAR) will host their 11th annual FUEL fundraiser, Appetite For Art, on Saturday, April 28st, 2018.
This event will include a “farm to table” dinner at The Ruby Cora (2300 Gunn Road, Adams, TN). The dinner will include food from local farmers and vendors, and will showcase artwork from Montgomery County students.
Written by Curtis Johnson
Nashville, TN – This month, House Speaker Pro Tempore Curtis Johnson (R-Clarksville), State Representative Jay Reedy (R-Erin), and the Tennessee Department of Education announced that Montgomery County Schools has received district growth funding to support education initiatives in Montgomery County.
Specifically, Montgomery County received $3,566,500.
This funding is a direct result of a Republican-led effort to not only fully fund education in Tennessee but also provide an additional $18 million to towards school district growth.
These significant investments in many Tennessee school districts will allow growing schools to maintain the necessary resources, so that they can continue offering quality education for our state’s young leaders.
Montgomery County, TN – The Clarksville Montgomery County School System (CMSS) has announced that Dr. Sean Impeartrice has been named Interim Chief Academic Officer for CMCSS.
Dr. Impeartrice most recently has served as Secondary Special Education Coordinator in Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools.
City leads community wide effort to improve health, fitness
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan and members of Healthy Clarksville were applauded Tuesday morning by Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam for making Clarksville a Healthier Tennessee Community.
The Governor’s Foundation for Health and Wellness hosted a breakfast and awards ceremony at Waller Law in Nashville to honor Clarksville and eight other communities that have earned the designation.
Montgomery County, TN – Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools will dismiss one hour early.
This allows time for the city and state street and highway departments to clear roads, and helps us avoid delivering students home at dark.
City leads Community wide effort to improve Health, Fitness
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville has earned the designation as a Healthier Tennessee Community for strong collaborative work to improve the health of local citizens.
The Governor’s Foundation for Health and Wellness makes the designation through its Healthier Tennessee Communities initiative, which drives better health by engaging local leaders and citizens to support physical activity, healthy eating and tobacco abstinence.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System is reminding everyone of the School Bus Stop Law. Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools start with a half day on Monday, August 8th, 2016 and then begin full day schedule on Wednesday, August 10th.
Any driver meeting a school bus or church bus on which the red stop warning signal lights are flashing should reduce his speed and bring the vehicle to a complete stop while the bus stop signal arm is extended. The vehicle must remain stopped until the stop arm is pulled back and the bus resumes motion.
Clarksville-Montgomery County School District 2 candidate Margaret Pace spoke at 108th annual Lone Oak Picnic
Cunningham, TN – Clarksville-Montgomery County School District 2 candidate Margaret Pace gave a speech on Saturday, July 30th, 2016 at the 108th annual Lone Oak Picnic put on by the Central Civitan Club.
“I was born in Metropolis Illinois, raised on a cattle farm. I graduated from Murray State College with a bachelors degree. I have two masters degrees from Austin Peay State University. I started my teaching career in Harrisburg Illinois as a primary teacher,” stated Pace. “We moved to Clarksville the next year.”
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