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CHILD NUTRITION ANNOUNCEMENT

The Child Nutrition Department encourages you to complete the 2019-2020 Free and Reduced Meal application. Applications are available in the school office.

Applying for free/Reduced school breakfast and lunch helps your family.

A household of four (this includes adults, children, grandparents or others that live in the household) earning up to $47,638 could save up to $75 per child/ month? If you have two children attending school that’s a $1,500 savings for the school year to have them eat breakfast and lunch at school for no charge. A household of six (2 adults and 4 children) would be eligible for the same benefit, if the household income does not exceed $63,992.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact our child nutrition office @ 479-979-6008 or email cathy.holland@csdar.org .

Clarksville Child Nutrition Department is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER

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CHILD NUTRITION ANNOUNCEMENT

The Child Nutrition Department encourages you to complete the 2019-2020 Free and Reduced Meal application. Applications are available in the school office. Applying for free/Reduced school breakfast and lunch helps your family. A household of four (this includes adults, children, grandparents or others that live in the household) earning up to $47,638 could save up to $75 per child/ month? If you have two children attending school that’s a $1,500 savings for the school year to have them eat breakfast and lunch at school for no charge. A household of six (2 adults and 4 children) would be eligible for the same benefit, if the household income does not exceed $63,992. If you have any questions please feel free to contact our child nutrition office @ 479-979-6008 or email cathy.holland@csdar.org . Clarksville Child Nutrition Department is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER
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BE A MENTOR

🐾Clarksville School District is looking for a few good volunteers!! If you are wanting to make a difference in the life of a child, ONE HOUR per week, here is your chance! Similar to Big Brothers/Big Sisters this is mentoring at its finest. WE NEED YOU!! PM me or feel free to email Andrea.edgmon@csdar.org for more details.🐾 (We will also come speak to your church group, civic club, or other organization!)
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Agriculture Panthers Rack up at Johnson County Fair

Clarksville kids worked very hard over the spring and summer to prepare for show season. You should be proud of the way these Panthers represented our school, and their community! Here's a list of the accomplishments earned at the Johnson County Fair: -Grand Champion Commercial Heifer -Grand Champion Commercial Dairy Cow -Grand Champion Overall Mare -Grand Champion Overall Gelding -Reserve Grand Champion Breeding Beef -Reserve Grand Champion Commercial Ewe -Junior Showmanship Winner-Horse -Senior Showmanship Winner-Lamb -Senior Showmanship Winner-Horse -1st Place Overall Livestock Judging -4th Place Overall Livestock Judging -1st Place Western Ranch Pleasure -1st Place Western Pleasure -2nd Place Reining -1st Place Class Market Goat -3rd Place Overall Breeding Doe -3rd Place Overall Market Goat -3rd Place Commercial Doe -Tie for 1st place-Rate of Gain (Lamb) -Best Rate of Gain (Goat) Thank you all for your continued support of our agriculture program! Way to go Panthers!
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Registrar Information Updated

Registrar Office is Closed on Monday, July 29, through Wednesday, July 31. Registrar will be open on Thursday, Aug. 1. If you wish to register before this date, you may go to the various buildings to complete this process. ***One exception: High School Registration will not be available until Thursday. Clarksville Primary School: Grades K-1. Clarksville Elementary School: Grades 2-5. Clarksville Middle School: Grades 6-7. Clarksville Junior High: Grades 8-9.
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FIRST ANNUAL REGISTRATION DAYS FOR NEW STUDENTS

The Clarksville School District’s new District Registrar’s Office will host its First Annual Registration Days for students who are NEW to the district: Clarksville Primary School, July 24 Clarksville Elementary School, July 25 Clarksville Junior High, July 26 Clarksville Middle School, August 1 Clarksville High School, August 2 Building representatives will be in the registrar’s office to greet students who are new to the district and help families complete required district paperwork. The District Registrar’s Office is located next to the District Administration Office at 1701 Clark Road. Registration Hours will be 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM for this event. Please bring proof of residency and any other helpful documents.
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Shared Core Beliefs

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.

Shared Vision

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.

Mission

The mission of the Clarksville School District is to do whatever it takes to identify and secure all resources necessary to accomplish our vision.
 
 
 
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