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April 25th, 2019

New Kindergarteners ’19-20 School Year




September 15th, 2020

No Cost Curbside Meals, Free and Reduced Meal Application

The USDA approved for CMCSS to continue serving free breakfast and lunch meals to all children 18 and under, as the district has since March. The USDA stated that these free meals will be available through December 2020, or until funds run out. No information has been made available beyond December 2020. 




September 15th, 2020

No Cost Curbside Meals, Free and Reduced Meal Application

The USDA approved for CMCSS to continue serving free breakfast and lunch meals to all children 18 and under, as the district has since March. The USDA stated that these free meals will be available through December 2020, or until funds run out. No information has been made available beyond December 2020. 




September 2nd, 2020

Car Rider Car Tags

Morning car rider drop off should be made on the high school side of the building. Our staff is available to ensure your child gets out of the vehicle safely. Please practice with your child getting in and out of the car to keep our line moving. When arriving the line may seem long, but […]




August 27th, 2020

Learning Mentor Training

CMCSS K-12 Virtual Families: If you have not yet completed Learning Mentor training, please be sure to complete that no later than September 1, 2020. Traditional Families:  If you would like to understand how the online learning platforms work, some of this information may be useful to understand. Not all requirements will be applicable to […]




August 27th, 2020

Technology Support Instructions

Every CMCSS K-12 student will have a laptop assigned for the 2020-2021 school year, which starts Monday, August 31. The following information will assist with login information and general troubleshooting.  Please review the information below prior to the start of the school year. Password Retrieval and Login Information Information for your student’s login can be […]




August 27th, 2020

Technology Support Instructions

Every CMCSS K-12 student will have a laptop assigned for the 2020-2021 school year, which starts Monday, August 31. The following information will assist with login information and general troubleshooting.  Please review the information below prior to the start of the school year. Password Retrieval and Login Information Information for your student’s login can be […]




August 7th, 2020

CMCSS Reopening Update August 7

Please see below for several reopening updates for all students with sections below for CMCSS K-12 Virtual and traditional-specific updates. Updates for ALL students: IMPORTANT UPDATE: Laptops for K-12 The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System will provide all K-12 students, both traditional and virtual, with a laptop for the 2020-21 academic year. CMCSS district leaders are […]




July 15th, 2020

Pre-enrollment encouraged for 2020-2021

THIS INFORMATION WAS PUBLISHED JULY 2020. FOR CURRENT INFORMATION REGARDING REGISTRATION, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR CHILD’S ZONED/ENROLLED SCHOOL OR THE ENROLLMENT CENTER AT 931-542-5078. Yesterday evening, all kindergarten through 9th-grade students who are new to CMCSS for the 2020-21 school year whose parents/guardians had already pre-enrolled on enroll.cmcss.net were automatically moved into CMCSS’ student information system […]




July 15th, 2020

Copy of CMCSS Reopening Update July 14, 2020

Tonight, the district is providing more information on the CMCSS K-12 Virtual option and the safety and health protocols for the traditional model. Click here for an overview of the CMCSS K-12 Virtual option, including an FAQ. Click here for a brief video developed by the district’s Technology Integration Coaches to share more information about […]




July 15th, 2020

CMCSS Traditional Model Safety and Health Overview

In the traditional model, students are physically present in their zoned schools. While the traditional model will provide some normalcy during the pandemic, there will be several district-wide and school-specific precautions and modifications in place to mitigate, not eliminate, risk of COVID-19.