Don’t despair, the Learning Center is now offering free homework help/tutoring for students in Kindergarten through 5th grade. Homework help/tutoring is offered on Tuesdays from 4:00 P.M.- 6:00 P.M. and Thursdays from 4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. The CMCSS Learning Centers-343 Pageant Lane (In the white house). SIGN-UP FOR YOUR TIME-SLOT IS REQUIRED: https://doodle.com/poll/m37tmsif6nrkn7s9 Did we mention it’s free? Continue reading Free Homework Help/Tutoring
If you’re a parent or guardian of a student with ADHD, please join the parent support group taking place tommorow, January 15th at 5:30 P.M. You can talk with other parents in similar situations and you can get answers from the experts to some of your most pressing questions or concerns regarding students with ADHD. You’ll also learn how to best support your child for … Continue reading You’re Not Alone
Military (with ID) – $9, Adults – $12, Visitors 18 and younger are always free! Downtown Nashville – 919 Broadway FristArtMuseum.org Continue reading Friends of the Frist Art Museum
If you believe your child is having difficulty coping with his or her emotions or maintaining positive relationships with others, please check out the resources listed on the family engagement website under the Social & Emotional Learning tab. It’s okay to seek help when you think you need it. What’s not okay is to suffer through it. Continue reading Get The Help You Need!
Apply today for scholarships and grants, which don’t need to be repaid, as well as student loans, by submitting the FAFSA. What is a FAFSA, you ask? Free Application for Federal Student Aid is the form that the federal government, states, colleges, and other organizations use to award financial aid. Submitting it on time is your key to accessing grants, scholarships, work-study programs and federal student … Continue reading How to Get Free Money for College
How do you know the start of school is approaching…? There’s nothing but back to school commercials on TV! LOL. Here are few things you should know and do: The first day of school, Monday, August 6, 2018, is a half day. The first full day of school is, Wednesday, August 8, 2018. Pre-K and Kindergarten students return to school on Wednesday, August 15, 2018. Sign … Continue reading Back to School! YAY!
Starting Friday, July 27th through Sunday, July 29th, the state of Tennessee offers Tax-Free shopping. If you plan to shop at Governor’s Square Mall on Saturday, July 28th stop by the CMCSS table between 10AM and 12 Noon at the center court, we’d love to meet you. There will be representatives from the school district ready to answer any questions you might have before the … Continue reading Tax-Free Weekend 2018
Clarksville Parks and Recreation has published its 2018 spring-summer activity guide. This guide provides a number of options for activities and programs. Registering for programs is FREE and EASY using their online registration option. Simply log-in using your email address at http://www.CityofClarksville.com/ParksRec. If you’re new to Parks & Rec, simply create your family’s household account, it’s as easy as 1,2,3. If you plan to spend … Continue reading Looking for Summer Fun?
is the first day of a new journey for our graduating seniors. Join us in sharing well wishes… “You’re off to Great Places, Today is Your Day! Your Mountain is Waiting, So Get on … Continue reading The Last Day of School…
There’s no better time to show your appreciation for your child’s teacher than National Teacher Appreciation Week, May 7th-11th. While we are grateful for our fabulous teachers year round, we’d like to take this moment to say, Thank You! We are thankful for the positive impact our teachers make in the lives of our students. CMCSS teachers are true Difference Makers! Continue reading National Teacher Appreciation Week