G.R.E.A.T. stands for Gang Resistance Education And Training. The lessons of the G.R.E.A.T. program include making good decisions, controlling anger, and giving and earning respect. Students can now enjoy a comic book series authored by Clarksville Police Officer and G.R.EA.T. Instructor, Greg Granderson, by downloading part one of the three part series for free from TEAM G.R.E.A.T. comic book. Continue reading Looking for a G.R.E.A.T. Role Model?
Schools and parents have something in common, both want your child to do well. Parent-Teacher Conference is a great time to get on common ground with your child’s teachers. It’s also a great time to start a conversation about your child’s progress. You should ask whether your child is meeting academic standards and ask about resources that will help you support learning at home. For … Continue reading On Common Ground
Sign up for PowerSchool at powerschool.cmcss.net. You can create an account that will provide 24 hour access to grades, assignments, and attendance history. You also can download the App to conveniently communicate with your child’s teacher from your mobile device. Use code PZQN when prompted. If you’re having trouble, you can watch the EngageTV video demonstrating how to create a PowerSchool Account. Continue reading PowerSchool
On August 21, 2017, North America will observe a total solar eclipse. A total solar eclipse happens when the moon completely covers the sun and the sun’s corona can be seen. While this might be awe inspiring, you should not look directly toward the sun before and after the eclipse because the sun’s surface is so bright that if you stare at any portion of … Continue reading A Golden Opportunity
Friday, July 28 through Sunday, July 30 is the annual State of Tennessee Sales Tax Holiday. Many items purchased during those dates in preparation for a new school year will be tax-free. There are exemptions, so be sure to visit the TN Sales Tax Holiday page for more information. The Elementary School Supplies list can be found at http://www.cmcss.net. Continue reading Saving $ has become a Holiday
Encourage your child to read at least twenty minutes a day to strengthen reading and comprehension skills. You’ll be amazed what a short twenty minutes can do. Continue reading Twenty Minutes Can Go a Long Way
Don’t let what you’re child has learned throughout the year melt away during the summer. Research tells us that so much of student achievement relies on the ability to read. myON has provided CMCSS students with access to the entire myON library between May 1, 2017 and August 15, 2017. Please see the instructions below to access the myON library. CMCSS Student Login Instructions: 1. Go … Continue reading Melting Away
With the TNStars College Savings 529 Program, families can save for their children’s college tuition. TNStars is a simple and cost effective means of accruing savings. As little as $25 gets you on the road to college savings. Please visit http://www.tnstars.com, for more information. Continue reading It’s Never too Late to Save for College
The Learning Center located at 343 Pageant Lane and The Learning Center North located 800 Lafayette Road @ Northwest High School serve as a resource for parents by providing materials, workshops, and consultations. For more information, please call:(931) 648-5653 or (931) 647-2778. Continue reading The Learning Center
Read Across America Day is a nationwide reading celebration that takes place annually on March 2nd-Dr. Seuss’ birthday. You can participate by taking time to read aloud on this day with your children and have them take turns reading to you. Remember, “You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child.”-Dr. Seuss Continue reading Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!