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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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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 .

Clarksville Child Nutrition Department is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER
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At the school board meeting last night Mrs. Janice Price, principal, Kraus Middle School was presented with the OEP awards. Congratulations Kraus on your accomplishment!

Kraus Middle has been recognized by the Office for Education Policy (OEP) at the University of Arkansas as a school that is Beating the Odds, because students demonstrated high growth on the ACT Aspire even though the school serves a high percentage of students who participate in Free and Reduced Lunch! As you may know, the OEP creates an annual report entitled the Outstanding Educational Performance Awards, and this year we are recognizing schools with high student growth. We think growth is the best indicator of the positive impact that your school is having on students. In the "Beating the Odds" report, Kraus Middle School received the following awards:

Statewide "Beating the Odds" Math Growth: Middle Level

"Beating the Odds" Math Growth: Middle Level (Northwest Region)

Awards are based on the 2018 content growth score calculated by the Arkansas Department of Education. These growth scores reflect how much students at the school improved from 2017 compared to how much they were expected to grow considering prior achievement. We recognize schools based on Overall growth, as well as for growth in Math and English Language Arts separately.

Again, congratulations on "Beating the Odds"!!
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W-2 Access for CSD Non-employees

Please use the following link to access your 2018 W-2.
1. Your username is first name.last name
2. Please contact Jessica Key at or
by phone at 479-705-3202.
3. Please click "read more"
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At the April Board meeting, former Migrant students were recognized. These students have received invitations and are now members of the National Technical Honor Society. This honor is based on GPA and faculty recommendations. They will be given their first year of college free and they will receive a free computer.

Congratualtions to Say Klu Taw, Business Technology major,
Hser Gaw, Nursing major, Paw Thu Mwe, Nursing major
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January is School Board Member Recognition Month

Clarksville School District would like to recognize and thank School Board Members,
Clay Austin, Bobby Freeman, Joanie Liles, Joe Don Parris and Jamie Payne for their dedication to our school and for unselfishly contributing their time
and energy to make certain Clarksville School District provides a quality
education for our children.
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The Clarksville School District is accepting students
Under Arkansas Public School Choice Act

Interested parents may pick-up an application at the
Administration Building at 1701 Clark Road.

Completed applications must be received by MAY 1, 2019.
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