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January 18th, 2022

Drama Club

Drama Club
2022

Audition:
Wednesday, January 19, 2022 from 2:30-4:00

Rehearsal Dates:
January 26
February 2, 7, 9, 16, 23
March 2, 14

Drama Club Performance:
Tuesday, March 15, 2022 @ 6:00 with students reporting at 5:15.
The cost to attend will be $3 per person or $5 for a family.
“The Story of Claire Johnson” by our very own Colette Horn.

DRAMA INFORMATION:

• Drama Club will always meet from 2:30-3:30
• Students are allowed to bring a snack to eat BEFORE going into the theatre.
• All rides must be here by 3:30. The first time late, the student will receive a warning. The second offense will result in removal from the play unless prior arrangements are made with me. If you have a problem, please call me at 931-658-5620 or email me at [email protected]
• If you are going to be out or absent for a practice, please email me at [email protected]
• Make sure to like our Facebook page for up-to-date information. The page is called “Richview Middle School Drama Club” 


December 21st, 2021

2022-23 Application Period for Schools & Programs of Choice

What is the Application Window?

The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System offers several non-traditional schools and programs of choice for students. Each year, families can apply to express interest in their students participating in the program. Read below for more information on these innovative programs designed to provide families the opportunity to choose schools and programs that will help their children reach their potential. Unless otherwise noted, the application period is January 14 through February 11, 2022.

Access to the applications is NOT currently available. They will be available during the application period.

CMCSS K-12 Virtual School

CMCSS K-12 Virtual is an at-home educational experience that provides families the opportunity for both structure and flexibility in learning. Students accepted into CMCSS K-12 Virtual will be immersed in direct instruction from CMCSS certified teachers and also provided the opportunity for independent application of skills.
Eligibility:
CMCSS incoming kindergartener through 12th grader who is self-motivated, organized, and, with the help of teachers and learning mentors, can take responsibility for their own learning.
Application Deadline:
Feb. 11, 2022
Parent Informational Meeting:
  • Monday, January 17, at 12:00 p.m.
  • Thursday, January 20, at 6:00 p.m.
For more information, visit: k12virtual.cmcss.net

Moore Magnet Elementary STEM School

STEM, which stands for science, technology, engineering, and math, is embedded kindergarten through 5th grade at Moore. Students apply the knowledge they gain across the curriculum to solve challenges aligned with real-world problems tied to local community issues. Moore was one of the first schools in the state to receive the prestigious Tennessee STEM School Designation. Additionally, Moore was the first Montgomery County Green Certified School.
Eligibility:
CMCSS incoming kindergartener through 5th grader
Application Deadline:
February 11, 2022
Parent Informational Meeting:
Monday, January 17, at 5:30 p.m. Held in the Moore Magnet School Cafeteria 1350 Madison Street, Clarksville

Spanish Immersion Program at Barksdale

The Spanish Immersion program is a proven method of educating children by immersing them in the Spanish language so they become bilingual. In a language immersion program, the classroom environment becomes the setting for language acquisition through subject content instruction, educational discourse, and social interactions. Students who enter the program need to be committed to continuing Spanish dual-language learning through 5th grade at Barksdale.
Eligibility:
Incoming kindergartner; early literacy benchmark screening required
Application Deadline:
February 11, 2022
Parent Informational Meeting:
A virtual meeting will be offered on Tuesday, January 18, at 6:00 p.m. Parents must complete the RSVP form below to receive the invite. (An in-person meeting was offered in November.)

CMCSS Academies

College and career academies are schools within a school, aligned to a specific career theme. They are college and career preparatory small learning communities in which students focus their core class experience around a common career interest. Students share many of the same teachers, allowing educators to collaborate with each other in the coordination of lesson planning and classroom activities that align with the academy theme. Incoming high school freshmen will have the opportunity to apply to eight different college and career academies across the district. Rising sophomores interested in joining an Academy should talk with their school counselor.

Eligibility:

CMCSS incoming 9th grader

Application Deadline:

February 11, 2022

Parent Informational Meeting:

January 26, 2022 (in-person)
February 7, 2022 (virtual)

Middle College at Austin Peay

Middle College is a unique collaborative program between CMCSS and Austin Peay State University. This program enables junior and senior high school students to complete a high school education while receiving direct and invaluable access to free college courses at the same time, while on a college campus. Through grants and scholarships, Middle College students are not required to pay tuition nor do they incur the expense of college textbooks.

Eligibility:

CMCSS incoming 11th grader; 2.85 GPA or higher; maturity for a college environment; good attendance and behavior; and on track to graduate

Application Dates:

Rolling Admissions Process

Parent Informational Meeting:

January 13, 2022, at 6:30 p.m.
Held at Central Service South
1312 Highway 48, Clarksville

Early Technical College at TCAT

The Early Technical College at TCAT is a unique, hands-on learning experience that allows students a no-cost opportunity to work towards an industry certification while also completing the necessary high school courses for graduation in the state of TN. Students can choose one option from four pathways, earning up to two certifications for the chosen pathway. Students who qualify can use funding from TNPromise to complete TCAT diplomas following HS graduation.

Eligibility:

CMCSS incoming 11th grader; 2.2 GPA for IEMM, HVAC, Diesel Powered Equipment, Pharmacy Technology, 2.5 GPA for Pre-Practical Nursing; maturity for a college environment; good attendance and behavior; and on track to graduate

Application Dates:

Rolling Admission Process

Parent Informational Meeting:

January 13, 2022, at 6:30 p.m.
Held at Central Service South
1312 Highway 48, Clarksville


December 9th, 2021

Spirit Week

Spirit Week

Spirit week will be the week of 13-17 December.


November 2nd, 2021

Girls Soccer Game 11/3

Richview MS girls soccer team plays tomorrow night 11/3/21 at the CHS Athletic field at 7:30 p.m. in this years Middle School Soccer Championship Game. Tickets can be obtained at –
https://gofan.co/app/school/TN8579


October 25th, 2021

Basketball Season starts this week.


The kickoff season for basketball is this Thursday night at the district Jamboree. It will be hosted at NEHS and we play early against WCMS. Boys tipoff at 3:30 and the girls tipoff at 4:05. The Jamboree is a good way to measure up all the district teams in a shorten game scenario.
Attached is the gofan barcode for any students or supporters that might need to buy a ticket. Tickets are not sold at the gate.


October 8th, 2021

THANK YOU!

Beautification in progress…. Riley completed a Girl Scout project with the supervision of Ms. Kinser. Junior Civitan will sponsor the legacy and upkeep. Our club’s primary focus this year will be school beautification. Thank you Riley for a great start!


October 8th, 2021

THE SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR IS COMING!

THE SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR IS COMING!
In School: October 25th – 29th
Daily 7:00-2:00, but closing at 12:00 on Oct. 29th
Online Shopping October 22nd – November 4th
Scholastic Book Fair Home Page
Volunteers Needed! Sign up here

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yeWmqFIC1nbojqNIwiPNjhHgIzoSc_Svo-I-OEgSDRk/edit?usp=sharing


September 30th, 2021

DISTRICT AND STATE CHAMPIONSHIP meets

DISTRICT AND STATE CHAMPIONSHIP meets and matches coming up.

CROSS COUNTRY – members that qualified will compete in the state championship in Clarksville this Saturday, October 2nd @ Weakley Park. Girls run at noon with boys to follow.

VOLLEYBALL – Girls will be competing in the semi-final game against New Providence at MCMS October 4th at 5:30. The Championship game will be played on October 6th at 6:00 at MCMS.

Please come cheer on our athletes!!!


September 29th, 2021

Social Media and School Safety Concerns

Good evening, CMCSS families,

Across the nation, schools are observing an increase in concerning student behaviors that are linked to social media, especially the app TikTok. As many CMCSS schools communicated with families a few weeks ago, an increase in vandalism and theft in schools and on buses was linked to a TikTok challenge. Recently, the District has been made aware of other planned challenges that promote crimes such as assaulting employees, sexual assault, and public nudity. 

“These social media challenges may appear to be harmless or fun to an adolescent, but what parents need to clearly understand is that these thoughtless actions will come with serious consequences,” stated Montgomery County Sheriff John Fuson. “I have heard some say ‘what is the big deal, it’s just a soap dispenser’ or ‘I was just messing around.’ The reality is, the damages left behind to school property and the invasion or violation of another student or staff member’s person can easily lead to thousands in fines and restitution for parents to pay and a felony offense for their child. I encourage parents to pay close attention to what their children are doing and intervene where it is needed. We plan to take the most appropriate action necessary to help resolve this issue and get their attention.”

In addition to concerns about TikTok challenges, there are other digital dangers like cyberbullying, child exploitation, sharing personal information, and offensive content. 

“Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) is the leading federal law enforcement agency that investigates crimes involving exploitation of minors,” said Nashville HSI Special Agent in Charge Jerry C. Templet Jr. “Our agents continually work with our local, state, and federal law enforcement partners to investigate and prosecute the perpetrators of these crimes and identify and rescue victims. While the internet is a great way to interact with friends and family, as well as meet new people, predators know this and actively stalk online meeting places such as chat rooms and social media sites. Education and community awareness regarding the dangers of online activity is extremely important.”

Finally, when a threat of violence is brought to our attention, we take it seriously and move forward to take the necessary action. Law enforcement and school officials work together to investigate. We will be vigilant in finding individuals responsible, and, as Sheriff Fuson has stated, “any and everybody involved will be charged and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.” 

School Resource Officers and CMCSS employees work diligently to keep our schools safe, but it takes the entire community working together to provide a secure educational environment. We are asking parents and guardians to please talk to their children about online safety, appropriate behaviors, and consequences for criminal behaviors and offenses in the Student Code of Conduct.

Additionally, please talk to your children about the importance of immediately reporting any safety concern to an adult. Whether it is on social media or in the schoolhouse, if you see or hear something, say something. Please report concerns of school violence to officials, do not post or repost rumors or threats on social media.

Thank you for your support.

The following are a few resources on internet safety for parents/guardians:


September 27th, 2021

Richview Middle Basketball Schedule