Primary on new bikes!

Riding new bikes at Primary!

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!

2016 5A State Weight Champions

Annual FFA Spring Plant Sale April 11-15

Annual FFA Spring Plant Sale April 11-15

Clarksville Cleanup

Superintendent's Message

Welcome to our website! We hope it provides you with the information you are seeking. If not, please use the contact information on this site to call us or simply email us with your questions, comments and/or suggestions. We hope you have a fantastic day! 

Here at Clarksville Schools, we are very thankful, to live in a country where we are free to pursue our dreams and where we have so many educational opportunities to help us accomplish our goals, and live the dream! I hope you make today the day you rededicate yourself to your dream and take advantage of the opportunities this school district provides. There is no doubt that this school can provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to meet the challenges you will face as you strive to seize your dreams. 

Recently I was at an educational conference listening to a speaker discuss the increase in competition our students will face for jobs with nations in the Far East such as China and India. The speaker said something that really encouraged me concerning our nation and our future. His comment was that theses nations had become very good at copying American products. So much so that many of our manufacturing jobs had relocated to that part of the world. However, the one skill that these nations desire the most, yet it continues to elude them, is the creative genius behind the conception of the products they are copying. For you see, it is our freedom and our way of life that allows the human brain to develop in such a way that our creative thoughts cannot be matched by the individuals living in these nations. We have not maintained our monopoly of the exportation of manufactured goods but we do dominate in the global exportation of ideas and creative thought. If we are to continue this domination and secure this nation’s economic future and viability we must encourage our students to dream the impossible dream and strive to equip and support them as they forge their future and our nation’s future. 

As we move forward, I commit to work with our teachers, parents, school board, and community to insure this district is providing the best education we can muster for our children. I hope you all have a blessed and successful experience while here at Clarksville Public Schools! Please call on me if I can be of service. 

David Hopkins, Ed.D.

News and Announcements

High School Annual Staff wins Program of Excellence Award

The High School annual staff received the Program of Excellence award. They were one in 7 schools in the Northwest/North Central region in Arkansas to receive the award. The award was based on three categories: creating a meaningful book, marketing the book, and effective project management. The staff consists of Kayla Newman, Chloe Taverner, Abby Meharg, Diali Baeza, Ashley Butler, Shyla Clifton, Alondra Suarez, Rachel White, Kaitlin Gill, Alyssa Stobbs, Alaura Streithurst, and Sunny Stephens. Congratulations Staff!!


The Clarksville School District is now accepting students
Under Arkansas Public School Choice Act which allows parents to apply
for admission of their child to attend a school in a district beyond the
one in which the parent resides.

Any parent residing outside the Clarksville School District that
desires to send their child to school in the Clarksville School District
beginning with the 2016-2017 school year may obtain an application at the
Administration Building at 1701 Clark Road.

Completed applications must be received by May 1, 2016


Houston Hopkins and Jack Meharg were guest speakers today (Thursday, April 7) at the Clarksville Rotary Club to share their experience after attending RYLA camp in Ferndale, Arkansas this past weekend. RYLA provides leadership training each year for thousands of young people worldwide. The leadership training camp Hopkins and Meharg attended was sponsored by the Clarksville Rotary club.


Tom Richardson, John Breithaupt, and Jason Freeman, members of The Confederate Six Gunners of America dropped by Clarksville School to deliver a $360 donation to the Trap Shooting team. Thank you Confederate Six Gunners of America for your generous donation!

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Upcoming Events

Date: 5/16/2016
Location: HS Media Center @ 6 PM.