May 2021 News


May 28th, 2021

Diploma Distribution

Starting date for diploma distribution has to be postponed to Tuesday, June 1.  Seniors can pick up their diplomas on the following dates:

 

June 1 and June 2 from 7:30 am to 2:00 pm

June 7 – July 15

Monday – Thursday

8:00 am to 1:00 pm

 

Please use WCHS Class of 21 Transcript Request to request a high school transcript.


military Glenellen May 26th, 2021

11 CMCSS Schools Earn Purple Star School Award

The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System is proud to announce 11 schools in the district have been awarded the Tennessee Purple Star School Award. The Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission (MIC3) Tennessee selected just eighteen schools across the state for this honor.

The Tennessee Purple Star School Award was designed to highlight military-friendly
schools that show a major commitment to serving students and families connected to
our nation’s military.

Military-connected families make up 30-percent of the CMCSS population. Strong supports for military-connected students is a focus for the district, as well as providing resources and opportunities for students to learn about our nation’s servicemembers.

To earn the Purple Star designation, schools must have a point of contact within the school that has completed a professional development component specific to the needs of military-connected students. The school website must contain a page that provides resources for military families. The school then chooses an additional activity that aligns with the school’s population and goals. To maintain the designation, the school must reapply every two years.

The following 11 schools were recognized in 2021:

Glenellen Elementary
Hazelwood Elementary
Kenwood Middle
Moore Magnet
New Providence Middle
Oakland Elementary
Rossview Elementary
West Creek Elementary
West Creek High
West Creek Middle
Woodlawn Elementary

Children in military families experience many challenges: transfers to multiple schools,
adapting to new environments, or a parent deployed to a war zone. Military-connected
children have needs that are different from other students. This program provides families a sense of relief that their child’s unique needs will be recognized.

In 2020, CMCSS had three schools that earned the Purple Star School Award – Ringgold Elementary, Rossview Middle, and Rossview High.


May 21st, 2021

Summer School Info

SUMMER SCHOOL DATE & TIMES

June 7th – July 15th

Session 1:  6/07 – 6/24

Session 2:  6/28 – 7/15

7:30 am – 1:30 pm

Select either session or both sessions

BUS STOP LOCATIONS

Barkers Mill Elementary

Hazelwood Elementary

State Line Rd – Piggly Wiggly

Ringgold Elementary


May 20th, 2021

Boys Basketball Tryouts

Boys Basketball Tryouts

Thursday & Friday

May 27th & May 28th

8:00 am – 10:30 am

For current 9th, 10th & 11th graders


May 20th, 2021

Baseball Tryouts for Next Year

Baseball tryouts for next year will be:

Thursday, May 20th

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Baseball field

See Coach Arrington


May 19th, 2021

Belles and Beaus Scholarship Program

Belles and Beaus flyer 2

“ Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., hosts an annual Belles and Beaus scholarship program which consists of the young ladies and young men in your school. This program will allow your students the opportunity to engage in financial aid workshops, college prep workshops, interviewing skills workshops, community service projects etc. while building relationships with other students and citizens within our community. Our program also gives students the chance to raise money for their scholarships which will conclude with a grand finale ball that will be open to the public to attend. West Creek has always had the highest number of participants in our program and we look forward to having that same representation! Please distribute the flyer and information to students that have 2.5 GPA or higher.”


May 18th, 2021

Graduation Live Stream Links & Information

Due to COVID-19 restrictions at APSU, only 4 guests per graduate will be permitted. Therefore, all CMCSS graduations will be broadcasted live. Below are the links via YouTube for all 3 West Creek High Class of 2021 Graduation ceremonies.

 

 


May 18th, 2021

West Creek High School

The following awards, accolades, and recognitions are for the West Creek High School Class of 2021.

 

Academics

Academic Awards

The annual Academic Awards Ceremony honors high school seniors who have achieved academic excellence during the entirety of their high school careers. To be eligible for an academic honor, students must have an average of 93 for their entire high school career, not dropping below an 85 in any one subject. 

The Academic Awards are sponsored by the Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation.

Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Jayda Shine, Valedictorian

Evgeny Turdakov, Salutatorian

Career & Technical Education

OSHA 10 General Industry

Emily Fertig

James Jenkins

Austin Zawisza

Related Arts

Additional Highlights

Congratulations to the following students for their achievement.

JROTC: Cadet Laurencio Lopez has been accepted into the United States Military Academy Prep School at West Point.

Graduation Information

Wednesday, May 26, 2021
Ceremony A (9:00 am):
Watch the graduation here (YouTube)
Ceremony B (11:30 am):
Watch the graduation here (YouTube)
Ceremony C (2:00 pm):
Watch the graduation here (YouTube)


May 18th, 2021

Yearbook Distribution & Sales

Yearbooks will be distributed to Traditional students during the school day on Friday, May 21st.  Students who pre-ordered a book will receive a collection ticket during 5th period on Wednesday that they will need to get their yearbook on Friday.  Contact Mrs. Holliday in the library with any questions.

 

There are still 25 yearbooks available to purchase.  The cost is $85 cash, and they can be pre-purchased in the library.  Contact Mrs. Holliday in the library with any questions.


May 18th, 2021

Library Books

All library were due back on Friday, May 14th.  Please return any library book as soon as possible.  Students will not be charged a fine if they return the book, but they will be charged for any lost or damaged books.