January 2024 News

January 26th, 2024

Thank you Nashville Predators and Hunt Brothers Pizza

Thank you Nashville Predators and Hunt Brothers Pizza, our staff enjoyed the delicious lunch!

January 26th, 2024

Important FAFSA Dates

Important FAFSA Dates:

Feb. 1st – Mrs. Wilson will be available during Parent-Teacher Conference from 4:30 – 7:30 pm to help students/families

Feb. 22nd – FAFSA Family Night 4-6 pm in the Library

March 15th– UTK FAFSA Priority Deadline

Mrs. Wilson is available during the day to help any student complete the FAFSA but they MUST have their SSN or I cannot help them. She also has videos posted in Google Classroom with step by step instructions.

FAFSA Website Link: https://www.cmcss.net/blog/2023/10/04/fafsa-and-tn-promise-information-for-2024/


January 24th, 2024

Credit Recovery After School Link

Please use the following link to sign your student up for credit recovery after school.




January 23rd, 2024

WCHS Theater Students MTSU Trip

Congrats to our WCHS actors and actresses that competed at MTSU!

January 22nd, 2024

Student Attendance Information


January 11th, 2024

Athlete’s of the Week

Thank you to all that voted in the Leaf Chronicle Athlete of the Week poll. Congratulations to Jamie Dexter and Lexi Dean! Boys and Girls Athlete of the Week!

January 8th, 2024

Student Code of Conduct Feedback for 2024-2025

Annually, the CMCSS Student Code of Conduct is reviewed in accordance with state laws and local policy and procedure. In May 2024, the CMCSS School Board will approve the Student Code of Conduct for the 2024-2025 school year. To receive valuable input to continuously improve, CMCSS is seeking feedback from all stakeholders on the Student Code of Conduct and student discipline.

Please click here to provide feedback. The survey will be open through Wednesday, January 31.

January 2nd, 2024

Special Populations Department Hosts “What’s DIDD?” Family Engagement Session

The CMCSS Special Populations Department will continue its Family Engagement Series on Wednesday, February 7, with the session “What’s DIDD?” The District is joined by the TN Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and will share the programs offered at the state level. Services include early intervention, support for children with disabilities, services to transition to independence, and behavioral health support.

This free event is open to the public, and CMCSS families are encouraged to attend. The meeting will be held at the William O. Beach Civic Hall at Veterans Plaza (350 Pageant Lane, Suite 201) from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

If you have any questions, please contact Shannon Peacock, CMCSS Director of Special Populations, at [email protected].

The first session in the series, “Understanding IDEA and Section 504,” was held in November 2023.