Thank you Tyson Foods, Inc. for donating $750 to the Migrant Summer School Program. Thanks to the company’s generosity, migrant students will be able to develop language, math, and literacy skills on an educational field trip this summer.
Mrs. Brenda Webb will be offering a driver's education course this summer at Clarksville School District. The course begins on June 1st and will go through June 14th. Students from other schools may attend this class. There is a limit of 24 students. The class will begin at 8 am and go to 3 pm.
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 2018-2019 school year may obtain an application at the
Administration Building at 1701 Clark Road.
Completed applications must be received by May 1, 2018
We, the educators, parents, community and businesses, believe that Clarksville Schools must Prepare every student for a successful life in a global economy Recruit and retain the best qualified staff to provide high standards and high expectations for a well-rounded education for all students Provide a learning environment that is safe, student-centered, and motivates and supports learning Work together to support the success of all students as they learn.
Together, we envision a school district that is a leader in student achievement in the state and nation, where all students graduate and are prepared to succeed in life.
The mission of the Clarksville School District is to do whatever it takes to identify and secure all resources necessary to accomplish our vision.