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Clarksville-Montgomery County School System January 2018 Points of Pride

January 24, 2018 | Email This Post Print This Post
 

Clarksville Montgomery County School System (CMCSS)Montgomery County, TN – Clarksville-Montgomery County School System students representing Tennessee as nominees for the National U.S. Presidential Scholars Program include: Hunter Silverstrim, Northwest High; Navarone Dupont, Northeast High; and from Kenwood High, Marzell Norris and Aubrey Doll, for Career Technical Education.

CMCSS students representing Tennessee as nominees for the National U.S. Presidential Scholars Program with Principals Marcus Heaston and Theresa Muckleroy, Assistant Principal Mandy Frost and Board Member Margaret Pace.

CMCSS students representing Tennessee as nominees for the National U.S. Presidential Scholars Program with Principals Marcus Heaston and Theresa Muckleroy, Assistant Principal Mandy Frost and Board Member Margaret Pace.

Their information has been submitted to the U.S. Department of Education and a representative will interview each of them. Finalist selections for the program will be announced in February and winners will receive an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. in June 2018.

Marzell Norris also recently was selected 2017 Tennessee Titans Radio Student Broadcaster of the Year. He was presented a plaque live during the Titans Radio Pregame Show where he met Mike Keith, Dave McGinnis, Rhett Bryan, Hunter Rice, and Mark Howard.

Marzell was given four tickets to the Titans vs. Jaguars game. He brought his A/V Production peer Keona Boykin, his A/V Production teacher Mandy Kelly and her daughter.

KHS Principal Marcus Heaston, studetn Marzell Norris, Broadcasting teacher Mandy Kelly, Board Member George Giles.

KHS Principal Marcus Heaston, studetn Marzell Norris, Broadcasting teacher Mandy Kelly, Board Member George Giles.

Marzell also received a gift card for the Titans Locker Room and he and his guests were able to welcome the Titans football players in the tunnel before being escorted to their club level seats.

He won the contest by submitting an example of play-by-play announcing, as well as a recommendation from his A/V Production teacher.

Clarksville-Montgomery County School System continues to see academic success for its students. The State Department of Education recognized nine CMCSS schools as “Reward Schools” for exceptional gains made in academic growth or achievement.

Reward schools for performance include: Middle College at APSU; Hazelwood Elementary. Reward schools for progress include: Barksdale Elementary, Byrns Darden Elementary; Glenellen Elementary; Liberty Elementary; New Providence Middle; and, Northwest High School. East Montgomery Elementary was named a reward school for performance and progress.

On the morning of November 2nd, Brittani Sigears was at the wheel of CMCSS Bus 01-104, picking up Montgomery Central High School and Montgomery Central Middle School students on Southside Road. The bus was a substitute for her regular bus, 806, which had been damaged the previous day by impact with a deer.

Transportation Manager Ron Garner, driver Brittani Sigears, Board Member George Giles and Chief Operations Officer Jim Sumrell.

Transportation Manager Ron Garner, driver Brittani Sigears, Board Member George Giles and Chief Operations Officer Jim Sumrell.

Ms. Sigears began to smell smoke coming from the bus so she immediately pulled over and calmly began evacuating the 20 students from the vehicle. As she and students looked on, they saw the bus on which they were just riding become fully engulfed in flames.

Thanks to her following safety training protocols and her calm, collected demeanor, all students were safe.

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