Clarksville, TN – Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office investigators have arrested a former contract coach with the Clarksville Montgomery County School System for administering a controlled substance to a student.
Investigators received an anonymous tip that the coach may be providing and injecting a student with an anabolic steroid as part of his strength and conditioning training.
After an extensive investigation, the findings were presented to the Grand Jury who issued a sealed indictment for his arrest.
Austin Peay State University, Vol State, Robertson County Schools partner on innovative three-year residency, degree program
Springfield, TN – Over the last 50 years, the U.S. has suffered from a growing teacher shortage, with fewer and fewer college students majoring in education.
This shortage has hurt schools across the country, but small, rural school districts are often the hardest hit by this educational crisis. In Tennessee, communities such as Robertson County need more teachers, and they need them now.
Montgomery County, TN – This has certainly been a challenging year for many of us. We did not think we would ever be in a position to mandate what people do. Yet, the government’s role does in face make mandates. The government sets speed limits, creates zoning, develops ordinances, and sets policy, but in this generation, the government has never told people to wear a mask and social distance. A mandate that some of us believe infringes upon personal freedoms.
Austin Peay State University graduates, now serving as local school counselors, participate in student-focused forum
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University (APSU), Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (CMCSS) and Spring Forth Counseling Center recently coordinated a virtual forum called “Turning the Talk” to empower middle and high school students to discuss social injustice.
Montgomery County, Clarskville-Montgomery County School System Elected Officials took their Oaths of Office, Sunday
Montgomery County, TN – On Sunday, August 30th, 2020 Montgomery County elected officials who won their respective elections on August 6th were sworn into office by Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett in the Commission Chambers of the County Historic Courthouse.
Family members of the elected officials as well as Clarksville-Montgomery County Director of Schools Millard House, County Chief of Staff Kyle Johnson and several other County officials attended to show their support.
Clarksville, TN – Tracy Provo Knight announces her candidacy for the Montgomery County Circuit Court Clerk position.
Ms. Knight is a native Clarksvillian and practicing attorney at Batson Nolan, PLC. She also serves as an adjunct faculty member in the Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) College of Business.
As a practicing attorney, Ms. Knight is aware of the important role the Montgomery County Circuit Court Clerk’s office plays in the court system.
Clarksville Police will be watching for bus, school-zone infractions
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department reminds everyone that a new public school year starts Monday, and local motorists are urged to be ready for increased traffic around school zones, added pedestrian traffic, and a return to the road of those big yellow school buses.
Clarksville-Montgomery County School System classes start with a half-day on Monday, August 31st and then resume with a half-day schedule on Tuesday, September 1st. Full-day schedules resume on Thursday, September 2nd.
Montgomery County, TN – Tonight, the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (CMCSS) has a few updates and several reminders for families. Thank you in advance for taking the time to thoroughly review today’s reopening update!
Metrics: CMCSS and the Montgomery County Health Department (MCHD) are, on a daily basis, reviewing the several COVID-19 metrics in Montgomery County.
Clarksville, TN – Kay Martin recently contributed an in-kind gift of a Steinway piano to the Austin Peay State University Department of Music. The gift enabled the department to acquire two new Steinway instruments.
Montgomery County, TN – Earlier this month, Montgomery County Government, Austin Peay State University (APSU), Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (CMCSS) and Spring Forth Counseling Center collaborated to host a virtual forum for a diverse group of middle and high school students.
The purpose of the forum, called Turning the Talk, was to provide an outlet for the students, rather than the adults, to take the lead in a candid conversation about social injustice and how they have seen it affect them and others.
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