Our Leadership class will be collecting canned food and bottled water to support Loaves and Fishes of Clarksville. The canned food drive will be October 29-November 2.
October 24th, 2018
Homework Hotline is pleased to provide FREE one-on-one tutoring and homework assistance to students at Richview and other CMCSS schools. Hotline’s CERTIFIED teachers and trained student scholars will ensure that your students and parents have access to the quality support they need throughout the 2018-2019 school year.
Students may contact our teachers by phone at 615-298-6636 or chat with a teacher online at homeworkhotline.info Mondays through Thursdays from 4pm-8pm central time.
October 15th, 2018
ATTENTION Richview Cowboys (and girls)! The Scholastic Book Fair is coming up THIS MONTH! Come discover popular books from publishers around the world! The Book Fair will be open for business starting Tuesday, October 23rd and will be open for a week, closing at noon on Tuesday, October 30th. Check out more details at http://www.scholastic.com/bf/richviewmiddle.
Please note that there are discounts available to parents who download the “Scholastic Book Fair” mobile app on any mobile device. The discount code is APP19 for $5 off any $25 or more purchase. Online shopping begins earlier on Monday, October 15 and continues until Friday, November 2 at midnight.
All purchases benefit our school. Happy shopping!
October 2nd, 2018
KIWANIS Club of Clarksville, Inc.
2018 INTERVIEW-A-VETERAN ESSAY CONTEST
(September 4 – October 19, 2018)
Essay Title: “What can the (Veteran)’s Experience teach Me about being a better Citizen?” (List Title at the Top of First Page)
Eligibility: All Montgomery County and Ft. Campbell students – Grades 6-12
Content: Essays must include the veteran’s (or active duty) service branch, rank, and dates of service. The essay should reflect the student’s understanding of the veteran’s OR active duty service member’s service experience and how it affects you. Research is required of high school students but not middle school students.
Judging: Entries must be original and unpublished. Essays are judged on the following: development of the title theme (40%), veteran’s experience (30%), organization (20%) and evidence of research (10%). The winning Essays will be selected anonymously by a panel of veterans and military history professors. Schools are only to select the top three entries, submit all essays in paper form. Do not announce any school winners until notified by the Kiwanis Club.
The student’s name MUST NOT appear on the title page or in the manuscript. Essays MUST have a “Student Statement Form” attached. Information on the student form must be typed or neatly printed. The title must appear on the first page of the essay.
Word Length: 500 – 800 words Format: Typed, double-spaced, pages numbered
Deadlines: October 19, 2018 Essays* must be turned in at the student’s school
October 26, 2018 The top 3 school essays and all the other essays must be submitted in paper form on-time to the CMCSS Central Office or the Kiwanis Club Office, call 931-320-1337).
Individual School Awards: Each school winner will be awarded a plaque and $100 cash (only if school has a minimum of three entries) by the Kiwanis Club of Clarksville. The Grand Winner in each Division will be chosen from the school winners. School winners will be presented at the Kiwanis Club’s luncheon meeting at the Veterans Day program, Tuesday (11:45-1:00), November 13th at the First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall at 499 Commerce Street. Each school principal, student, parents, veteran and teacher of the school winners will be invited to attend but we must have a list by Friday, November 2. Lunch @ $11 is available for additional guests.
Grand Division Awards: Middle School and High School Division winners will receive a U.S. flag flown over the U.S. Capitol and $100 in additional cash.
The school in each division with the most student essays will receive recognition and a U.S. flag. Veterans are available for classroom presentations and interviews by contacting 931-320-1337.
*All essays from each school must be submitted and will be archived in the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library for future research. The essays become the property of the Memories of Service and Sacrifice Project sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Clarksville, Inc.
October 1st, 2018
Starts with Hello – Friday – Students helped to celebrate Clarksville Highs homecoming by wearing purple and gold. Post it notes were wrote by students and placed on random lockers for other students. Our day ended with the CHS parade.
October 1st, 2018
Starts with Hello – Thursday was Super Hero day. Students were super heroes by doing random acts of kindness for each other.