Latest StoriesSeptember 13th, 2022
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.
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.
CMCSS is continuously seeking feedback from stakeholders on the ESSER Health & Safety and Budget plans in accordance with state and federal rules and regulations.
Records will be held through the individual’s age of 25. The destruction will occur after the individual’s 26th birthday.
Read more about everything you need to know about the beginning of the 2022-23 school year.
Response to instruction and intervention is the way CMCSS intervenes with students who are struggling academically.
CMCSS has communicated with families since last year that schools cannot eliminate the spread of COVID-19 during in-person learning, but our collective actions can help mitigate the spread. The District’s COVID-19 mitigation strategy has always been about using multiple layers to improve success, sometimes referred to as the Swiss Cheese model. For the 2022-2023 school […]
CMCSS will not include the TCAP state standardized test results as part of students’ final grades this school year.