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May 17th, 2021

Volleyball Tryouts!!!

Where: Northeast High School gym

When: June 1 – June 4

Time: 11:30 – 3:00 

Bring your sport physical and Consent Form, water bottle,  and a positive attitude.  If you have any questions please email Coach Joyce Wilson-Williams at [email protected] or call 931-561-7789.


May 17th, 2021

National Honors Society Digital Induction Ceremony

Please help us celebrate the new members of the National Honors Society.  Please click here to view the digital video celebrating their accomplishments.


May 14th, 2021

Ask the Expert Series

The Learning Center hosts a monthly Ask the Expert series to build knowledge of resources and supports with our CMCSS families, as well as provide us the opportunity to respond to questions about various topics. The July ATE session will be on July 26 (2-3pm and again 6-7pm), hosted by the Enrollment Center and Student Support Services (Kathy Philips, Tatrica Osborne, and Carol Davis) with a focus on what families need for enrollment and how to get the most from your PowerSchool access (flyer attached). Families will need to register using the link provided in the flyer (attached below) or by calling The Learning Center. Look for updates on the TLC site and please share with families!

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:0704ea35-d587-407f-84c2-bbfb8c98d4a0


May 7th, 2021

SENIOR PICTURES FOR CLASS of 2022

To try and help you beat the crowd, we are sharing the senior picture information now.  Please make contact using the numbers and emails below to set up an appointment.  If you have any questions, please email [email protected]

931-220-9896 Clarksville Studio 

931-278-5529 Student & Parent Support Line 

Studio Email: [email protected]

Website: https://www.prostudio7.com/seniorsforum

Address: 120 Franklin Street, Suite 112 & 201, Clarksville, TN 37040

Parking: Commerce Street Parking Garage

133 Commerce St, Clarksville, TN 37040

 

Facebook- theProStudio7

Instagram- @prostudio7

TikTok- @prostudio7photography

Twitter- @theprostudio7 


April 22nd, 2021

NEHS Awards Ceremony Video

Please click on the link below to watch a short video recognizing our amazing students and their amazing achievements.


March 22nd, 2021

Lady Eagles Softball Home Game

Here is the link for Go Fan Tickets for our softball game tonight at 5:30 PM.  Anyone that would like to come and show the Lady Eagles Support, or share with students that are asking, please purchase tickets here as they will not be sold at the game.  Anyone over the age of 5 will need a ticket purchased for them.  Thank you

 


March 1st, 2021

Boy’s Basketball Regional Semi-finals 3/2/21!

Tickets for the Regional Semi-final for Boys Basketball will be on sale to the public through www.gofan.co.  These remaining tickets will be available as of 3 PM today.  Please come and cheer the boys basketball team on to victory!


February 26th, 2021

WAY TO GO!! BOY’S BASKETBALL Regional Game Saturday!

Our Northeast High School boys basketball team will be playing in the region tournament after winning their fourth straight district tournament title!!  The game is this Saturday at NEHS! Tip-off is at 7PM! Any remaining tickets will be made available to the public today at 3PM via www.gofan.co. All tickets are sold on GoFan for this game, and no tickets will be sold at the door. GO EAGLES!


January 24th, 2021

BOYS SOCCER PARENT & STUDENT MEETING

BOYS SOCCER – parents and students meeting via ZOOM on Monday, January 25th, 6:00-7:00 PM. Please email Coach weaver at the email listed below to receive the link to join the meeting.
We will go over expectations for the season, tryouts, and fundraising. If you have any questions, please reach out to Coach Weaver via email at [email protected]

January 16th, 2021

Jan. 16 Update on Phased Return to In-Person Learning

As a reminder, there will be no school on Monday, January 18 in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King., Jr. Day. Classes for all students will resume on Tuesday, January 19, with traditional students continuing to learn remotely.

As we shared before Winter Break, the district has a contingency plan for a prioritized return to in-person learning for our youngest students. On Monday, January 25, CMCSS Pre-K through sixth-grade traditional students will return to in-person learning. Seventh through twelfth-grade traditional students will continue learning remotely until further notice. Next week, schools will be reaching out to parents and guardians of students in seventh through twelfth grade who are in self-contained, special populations classrooms to share more information about a phased return to in-person learning the week of January 25. After evaluating this phased return, the district will share more information about the return to in-person learning for all traditional students in upper grades.  

On average, there have been around 300 more students per grade level impacted by COVID-19 cases in the district’s upper grades than lower grades. CMCSS is prioritizing an in-person return for younger students and those in self-contained classrooms due to the greater difficulty distance learning poses for these students, the lower transmission rates among younger children, and the greater childcare burden placed on families with younger children. The district is hopeful this phased approach will help address staffing issues due to COVID-19 related leave and the substitute shortage that are expected to continue as the pandemic still exists.

Due to the ever-changing circumstances of the pandemic, families should always have plans in the event that school buildings are closed and remote learning must take place. Additionally, the Tennessee Department of Health’s requirements for contact tracing and quarantines are still in place. Therefore, families should have plans in the event a child must transition to remote learning due to being a close contact to a positive case

Finally, as Onsite Employee Health and Wellness partners with the Montgomery County Health Department to distribute vaccines to CMCSS employees in the coming weeks, the potential exists that schools will temporarily transition to remote learning in order to expedite the vaccination process. The Communications Department will communicate with families as soon as plans are finalized.