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February 4th, 2021

GET READY TO START SAVING! City Saver Fundraiser Starts February 17

Dear Families

Beginning February 17, we will be selling the 2021 Clarksville City Saver book to raise funds for our school. The book pays for itself with thousands of dollars in discounts from more than 150 of your favorite places to Eat, Play, and Discover! Discounts include buy one, get one free and 50% off!

Each book purchased comes with a FREE City Saver mobile app, giving you access to even more savings!

  • Look for materials coming home February 17.
  • Inside the order form envelope will be your City Saver coupon book to buy, sell, or return.
  • Please make checks payable to City Saver.
  • The fundraiser/prize deadline is March 5.

Did you know that there are City Saver books available for Nashville, Memphis, and Cincinnati? Visit citysaver.com/clarksville for details!

Please contact the school office if you need more information.


January 26th, 2021

Open Enrollment Information Sessions for 8th Graders

Last week, your child began working through a virtual course in SchoolsPLP called Registration Ready. Throughout this course, your child will be learning more about high school graduation requirements and the course options available to him or her in the high school setting. This includes an exploration of the traditional high school pathways and courses, as well as the specialized and non-traditional options.

CMCSS will be hosting multiple parent information sessions meant to explore the specialized and non-traditional high school opportunities available to your child as he or she enters freshman year.

The sessions on Monday, February 8, beginning at 6:00 p.m., and on Thursday, February 11, beginning at 5:00 p.m. will be geared toward students interested in the Academies of CMCSS. The general session will include a brief overview of each Academy and look into the application process, followed by time to visit individual information breakout rooms run by representatives from each of the CMCSS Academies. Click the following link to access the sessions on February 8 at 6:00 PM and February 11 at 5:00 PM: http://bit.ly/3qQI0ZR

Please note that Academies will only be available to students who plan to attend school in-person during the 2021-2022 school year.

The sessions below will focus on the updated CMCSS K-12 Virtual school.

  • January 27 at 6:00 p.m.
  • February 4 at 9:00 a.m.
  • February 10 at 6:00 p.m.

To access the Zoom meetings above and learn more about K-12 Virtual school visit https://www.cmcss.net/k-12virtual/.


January 26th, 2021

High School Registration 2021

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athletics January 22nd, 2021

Spectators at Athletic Events

As CMCSS implements its phased return to in-person learning the week of Jan. 25, the district’s Communicable Disease Team has approved a plan to allow a limited number of household spectators at athletic events. The following protocols will be in place at all CMCSS-hosted athletic events effective Mon., Jan. 25:

  • Two (2) household members per student-athlete from both the home team and visiting team are allowed to be in attendance.
    • TSSAA defines “household member” as the student’s parents/guardians or other immediate household members. TSSAA has recently extended this to include grandparents.
    • Each school will communicate protocols for students and visiting teams to turn in the names of spectators for each contest.
  • All spectators are expected to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms prior to the game and not attend if any such symptoms exist.
  • All spectators are required to wear a mask the entire game.
  • All spectators are required to be physically distanced the entire game.
  • All spectators will be screened before entry into the facility, including temperature checks.
  • Facilities will be cleaned by custodial staff after each game.

As TSSAA stated, those who fail to follow protocols are hurting all of our student-athletes and their possibility of completing the season. CMCSS has the authority to enforce health and safety guidelines for spectators and the right to remove spectators who do not adhere to the guidelines. Additionally, school and district leaders have the authority to prohibit spectators if there are concerns. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and support.

For more information on the Safety & Health protocols for Traditional Students, please click here.


December 4th, 2020

Basketball Schedule – Click Here

Updated Basketball Schedule


December 2nd, 2020

Safety Reminder!

Attention Hawks! We want all of our students and their families to be aware of important safety procedures. Especially this time of year, it is important to pay attention to fire safety! Ask your parents to install smoke detectors on every floor and in the sleeping areas of your home. Smoke detectors can save lives. Ask your parents to show you where each one is located so you are always prepared!


November 19th, 2020

Thanksgiving Break Reminder

Good evening, CMCSS families,

As a reminder, next Monday, November 23 through Wednesday, November 25 are pre-planned, district-wide remote learning days for traditional students. With remote learning, students will not report to the school building as they will access learning via the laptops provided by the district. This week, teachers will communicate with students on how to access lessons. Families who need access to no-cost meals can find information here.

Thanksgiving Break will be Thursday, November 26, and Friday, November 27, and classes will resume on Monday, November 30.

CMCSS students, faculty, staff, and administrators have worked hard to implement the district’s reopening plan and to keep our school buildings open for those families that chose the traditional option. It is going to take the community working together to minimize the spread of COVID-19 in order to keep our buildings open. Please remember, everyone is expected to self-screen prior to entering school property. In addition, students, faculty, and staff should not enter a school building if they are awaiting a COVID-19 test result or if a household member is awaiting a COVID-19 test result unless the household member is being tested routinely for work or surgeries. If you have questions, please review the Back to School/Work Flowchart.

Regarding fan attendance at athletic events, CMCSS is following guidance from TSSAA. All CMCSS facilities have limited seating capacities for all sporting events. Masks are required for all spectators. Families are allowed to sit together, but spectators must remain physically distant whenever possible from all other spectators. CMCSS has the authority to enforce health and safety guidelines for spectators and the right to remove spectators who do not adhere to the guidelines. Additionally, school and district leaders have the authority to prohibit spectators if there are concerns.

The percent of COVID-19 in the community is continuing to rise. Please follow the guidance of our local, state, and national public health experts. Wash your hands frequently, wear a mask when physical distancing cannot be maintained, and stay home if you are sick. The district will continue to do its best to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our schools, but we need everyone to do their part.

Have a safe, happy, and healthy Thanksgiving holiday!


November 18th, 2020

Rossview Middle School – Angel Tree 2020

Rossview is currently identifying students and their families for our Angel Tree Program. Since many of our students have “aged out” of the Salvation Army Program, we want to be able to offer Christmas gifts for kids who might be overlooked.  Please consider participating.  We are asking for sponsors to spend no more than $75. If you would like to choose your Angel, please send your request to [email protected] and Angel information will be forwarded to you.

Please return Angel gifts by Monday, December 14th.  Monetary donations are also welcomed.

Thank you for helping Rossview serve our community.


November 5th, 2020

Rossview Middle School develops new afternoon traffic plan

In an effort to alleviate traffic congestion, Rossview Middle School has altered the afternoon pick up location for families.

Families picking up at the middle school will enter the complex on Cardinal Lane and turn right to drive past the front of the school. Drivers should be aware there will be two lanes of traffic for the pickup process. Drivers can turn left into the circular lot and pick up their middle school students. Vehicles are encouraged to leave the Rossview complex the same way in which they entered.

Those picking up middle and high school students should complete their middle school pickup and turn right on Cardinal Lane to proceed to the back of the middle school. Drivers can then turn left, go past the athletic fields, and proceed to the high school activities entrance.

These changes will only impact the afternoon schedule at this time. Morning drop-off will remain the same. To see the map regarding afternoon pick-up please visit our website.

rossview middle traffic map


October 30th, 2020

Curbside Food Distribution – November 2020

The CMCSS Child Nutrition department will alter its curbside food distribution days the week of Election Day and the week of Thanksgiving. Please see the alternate pick-up dates below. All curbside food distribution will take place at the elementary schools.

Friday, October 30: Distribution from 1 – 2 pm will include eight meals for include Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday meals. (Virtual and Traditional students)

Monday, November 2: No meal distribution. Traditional students will be in a remote learning model and not report to in-person school. 

Wednesday, November 4: Distribution from 1 – 2 pm will include six meals for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. (Virtual students)

Friday, November 6: Distribution from 1 – 2 pm will include four meals for Saturday and Sunday. (Virtual and Traditional students)

The week of November 9 – 13 will operate as normal with Monday and Friday distribution.

The week of November 16 – 20 will operate as normal with Monday and Friday distribution.

Monday, November 23: Distribution from 1 – 2 pm will include fourteen meals to cover Monday – Sunday. (Virtual and Traditional students)

The week of November 30 – December 4 will operate as normal with Monday and Friday distribution.