Latest StoriesJanuary 5th, 2023
During the 2021 Special Session, the Tennessee legislature updated that law to ensure that all students have the support to read and perform on grade level no later than the 2022-23 school year.
12-week Program Helps Families Develop Positive Behavior Strategies for School and Home
Information and feedback opportunities on zoning recommendations for elementary (no changes), middle (no changes), and high school (implement changes approved in Feb. 2022) for the 2023-2024 school year.
This invitation-only event will allow applicants to interview and potentially receive same-day offers. Candidates can begin onboarding immediately.
We will celebrate American Education Week the week of November 14th – 18th. Monday – Wear a favorite college or school shirt Tuesday – Dress like your teacher/ teachers dress like students Wednesday – Dress like your future career self Thursday – Grade Level Color Wars > PreK and Kindergarten wear yellow, 1st Grade wear […]
Share your opinion on the district’s strategic work goals during a focus group.
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In accordance with Tennessee’s accountability system, the Tennessee Department of Education names schools that are excelling, as well as those that need additional support.
CMCSS strongly believes in the importance of interscholastic athletic events and welcoming the community onto our campuses. However, providing a safe and secure environment on our campuses must always be the top priority.
A few updates and reminders from CMCSS as we finish the third week of the 2022-23 school year.