August 2022 News


August 12th, 2022

Age-Appropriate Materials Act

In accordance with the TN Age-Appropriate Materials Act, CMCSS has a policy and procedure to ensure that each school’s library collection is developed and periodically reviewed in accordance with state law and has a procedure to receive and evaluate feedback from students, parents/guardians, and employees of each school.

A list of each school’s library collection is linked below. In the future, a list of each school’s library collection will be found on each school’s website via the “Library Media Center” link on the homepage.

Barkers Mill Elementary

Barksdale Elementary

Burt Elementary

Byrns Darden Elementary

Carmel Elementary

Clarksville High

Cumberland Heights Elementary

East Montgomery Elementary

Glenellen Elementary

Hazelwood Elementary

Kenwood Elementary

Kenwood High

Kenwood Middle

Kirkwood Middle

Liberty Elementary

Minglewood Elementary

Montgomery Central Elementary

Montgomery Central High

Montgomery Central Middle

Moore Magnet Elementary

New Providence Middle

Norman Smith Elementary

Northeast Elementary

Northeast High

Northeast Middle

Northwest High

Oakland Elementary

Pisgah Elementary

Richview Middle

Ringgold Elementary

Rossview Elementary

Rossview High

Rossview Middle

Sango Elementary

St. Bethlehem Elementary

West Creek Elementary

West Creek High

West Creek Middle

Woodlawn Elementary

Click here for the CMCSS Library Services and Collection Policy (INS-A091).

Click here for the CMCSS Library Procedure (INS-P048).

Any student, parent or guardian of a student, or school employee may provide feedback regarding one or more of the materials in the library collection of the student’s or employee’s school by submitting a request for reconsideration. The request must be submitted to the school’s principal.

Click here for the CMCSS Request for Reconsideration of Resource form (INS-F164).


August 8th, 2022

Middle College Celebrations!

We want to take a minute to celebrate our seniors from the class of 2022!

58 seniors in the class of 2022

3.6 million dollars received in scholarships by the class of 2022 ($63,079 per student)

26.9 Average ACT for the class of 2022 (state ave-18.6)

78% met all 4 ACT benchmarks (state ave-15%)

3.7 Average GPA for the class of 2022

100% graduation for 14 years

100% of graduates Ready Grad

100% of graduates Graduating with Distinction

18 students earned an Associate’s Degree


August 4th, 2022

1st Day of School!

Welcome back! All (new and returning) Middle College students have a required meeting to attend on Monday, August 8th in the Clement Auditorium. Students should arrive to the Clement Auditorium no later than 8:45am. After our meeting, new students will meet their orientation leader, receive laptops, have a campus tour, and learn lots more about Middle College. Plan to wear comfortable shoes and bring a bag for your laptop and umbrella/rain jacket if rain is expected. This meeting is just for the students attending Middle College. Family or friends should plan to meet up at the end of the day. New students should be finished around 11:30am.


August 4th, 2022

Applications for 2022-2023 school year!

The application for the 2022-2023 school year has closed. It will reopen on Sept 15, 2022 for juniors who want to join in January 2023. The application for the 2023-2024 school year will be available in December 2022.  Click here for the application.

Please visit the Frequently Asked Questions for answers to many questions you may have about Middle College. Frequently Asked Questions https://middlecollege.cmcss.net/parent-info

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August 1st, 2022

ESSER Health & Safety and Budget Plan Feedback

To review the CMCSS 2022-2023 In-Person Learning COVID-19 Overview and provide feedback, click here.

To review the CMCSS ESSER 3.0 Funds Allocation and provide feedback, click here.