linda.highfill@cmcss.net931-648-5620
Hi, my name is Linda Highfill and I am beginning my 27th year in the Clarksville- Montgomery County School System. I was born at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. My father was stationed at Fort Campbell and we made Clarksville our home base. I graduated from Northwest High School in 1973 and attended Austin Peay from 1973-77. and was member of the women's basketball team. After graduation, I became a graduate assistant at Western Kentucky University with the women's basketball team and received my Master's in Physical Education in 1979 .I have taught school in Kentucky, Georgia and a few private schools before returning to Clarksville in 1992. I spent two years at Northeast Middle School and have been at Richview for the last 25 years. In the spring of 2016, I made the decision to retire from coaching the girls basketball team after 20 years. I enjoy biking, golf, crossword puzzles, jigsaw puzzles, working in the yard and scary movies. I have 2 dogs, Marley and Milo.
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This year we will be teaching a Health mini lesson at the beginning of class for 10 minutes.  Our State standards  which include: Mental, Social, and Emotional health, Personal Wellness; Safety and prevention; Human Growth and Development and Substance Abuse.  Please take a moment to go over our guidelines for PE.  A copy will be sent home and returned with parent signatures.  We have 4 PE teachers at Richview, please direct any emails to your child's teacher.  Each teacher grades different by their criteria, so if you have a problem, let us know.

During the early part of the semester we will be conducting area of Health for the Coordinated School Health screening.  The areas include: Height, weight, Blood pressure, BMI, Hearing and vision(6th grade only) and the pacer run. We do discuss the importance of health screening in our Health classes.  This data is sent to the state to compare the data from all schools in Tennessee.  Parents may opt out but the information is kept confidential and this is not a Wellness check, so to get a better understanding of your child's health  please visit with your Physician.  Nurses from Austin Peay will assist our school nurse.  The Pacer run can not be opted out unless for medical reasons.

Please feel free to contact us no matter what your concerns are.  We would like your child's experience in Richview PE class be a fun time.

  1. Be respectful of other.
  2.  Be respectful of property.
  3.  Think safety.
  4.  Be prepared for class.
  5.  Participate to the best of your ability.