Clarksville School District
Due to the Governor's announcement lifting the mask mandate, we wanted to remind our parents that we will continue our mask policy until the end of this school year. This was decided by our school board at the March meeting.
21 days ago, Clarksville School District
Clarksville Junior High
Information on Arkansas Run for the Fallen from Mr. Jeff Marshall: Tomorrow 19 March 2021 Stops will be: 27 LCPL IRVIN M. CENICEROS Old Clarksville High School Fri 3/19/2021 12:30 PM 27A SSG HESLEY BOX JR Clarksville Junior High School Fri 3/19/2021 12:40 PM 27B SGT WILLIAM W. BUSHNELL Clarksville Elementary School Fri 3/19/2021 12:50 PM 27C SPC DUSTIN C. FISHER New Clarksville High School Fri 3/19/2021 1:00 PM Mile marker 27 is one some of the staff like to attend as he was a student at Clarksville School District. These are estimated times, typically it's 10 minutes plus or minus.
about 1 month ago, Clarksville Junior High
Dr. David Hopkins
The Clarksville School Board voted to accept the recommendation, of the district's Ready for Learning committee, to continue our current mask wearing policy till the end of this school year. The committee expressed concerns that lifting the mandate might jeopardize our state testing with a COVID-19 outbreak. The Governor has indicated that he will lift the mask mandate on March 31, if conditions are still favorable. This is still a fluid situation and changes could occur before the end of the school year. We will update you here if changes occur.
about 1 month ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
The Clarksville School District became aware that a group of students intended to meet at a location off campus and attach flags to their vehicles so that they would be prominently displayed as they drove onto the high school student parking lot. Due to the complexity of policing these items and the safety concerns that arise from such activities, the administration does not allow any flags to be flown from vehicles on school grounds. Our legal understanding of this matter is that if a student is allowed to prominently display a flag on their vehicle, regardless of the meaning behind the flag, we would have to allow everyone to display a flag of their choosing. We are here to provide a constitutionally mandated, free and appropriate education for all of our students. We are not here to inspect or referee issues that arise when students are allowed to rig flags to their vehicles.
about 1 month ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville School District
Follow the link below to see our swim team in action at the 4A-1A Arkansas State Swim Meet in Texarkana. https://www.magnoliapanthers.net/broadcasts
about 1 month ago, Clarksville School District
Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville buses will resume normal routes this afternoon 2/22/2021.
about 1 month ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Bus routes that will not run tomorrow 2/22/2021. Students on these bus routes that cannot make it to school on their own will continue with AMI/ Remote Instruction. Bus 1-CR3222, CR3251 Bus 8-CR3450, CR3456 Bus 12-CR4100, CR4200 Bus 30-Country Club Road west of golf course
about 1 month ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville Schools will return to on-site instruction tomorrow morning, 2/22/2021. Some bus routes will be modified due to road conditions. Bus route info will be posted later this evening. If you cannot safely get to school please call your school’s office and advise them of your situation so that accommodations can be made.
about 1 month ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Expect an announcement Sunday afternoon regarding Clarksville school closure/ opening. More thawing must take place to safely operate buses on our secondary roads.
about 1 month ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville Schools will remain closed to on-site instruction until further notice. Please stay safe out there! Your principal and teachers will provide more detailed instruction concerning school work/ AMI.
2 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville Schools will not have on-site instruction tomorrow 2/16/2021. Continue with AMI/ remote instruction tomorrow.
2 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Due to the possibility of inclement weather Clarksville will not have on-site instruction tomorrow 2/11/2021. Students will need to participate in AMI/ remote learning tomorrow. All campuses will be closed tomorrow. Teachers will be available via email or Schoology.
2 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville School District
The Clarksville Junior High School will pivot to remote learning starting tomorrow, January 26th. On site learning will resume on Monday, February 1st. The reason for this actions is due to having a number of staff members isolated and quarantined because of COVID-19.
3 months ago, Clarksville School District
Clarksville School District
Due to the COVID-19 restrictions we have had to implement concerning deliveries and visitors, and given that Valentine's Day falls on Sunday, Clarksville Schools will not accept Valentine deliveries this year.
3 months ago, Clarksville School District
Dr. David Hopkins
January 8th, will be our first Blended Friday of the spring semester. Buses will run the same reduced routes as last semester. The afternoon route will begin at 12:10 PM. School will start at the regular time and be open until 3 PM . All students are expected to participate in their virtual classrooms. BLENDED FRIDAY BUS STOPS AND TIMES: West Part of District—Bus #36 Crosswoods/Kountry Kitchen (Big parking Lot off Hwy. 64) South/Central Part of District—Bus #39 Clarksville Medical Group (North side parking lot across street, McKennon St.) Northwest Part of District—Bus #43 U of O Gym (North side of parking lot on Buchanan St.) Northeast Part of District—Bus #44 Soccer Complex (Parking lot off Hwy. 164 behind Green Source Recycling) East Part of District—Bus #46 Atwoods (Parking lot off Rogers St.) The morning bus stop times for ALL locations will be 7:30 a.m. The afternoon bus stop times for ALL locations will be 12:10 p.m.
4 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Karen Translation
4 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
School Based Telehealth Dear Parents/Guardians, ARcare is excited to be working with the Clarksville School District by offering parents and students a new option for pediatric care. Through telemedicine technology, your child can connect with one of our providers for quick assessment and treatment within minutes without even having to leave school. With a parent’s permission, the student will be evaluated by an ARcare provider through a secure, HIPAA compliant video connection. With the assistance of a school nurse, and the use of special equipment, our provider can listen to a patient’s heart and lungs and examine their ears, throat, eyes and skin conditions. Once the assessment is complete, a summary of the visit and instructions for follow-up care is given to the parent. Our provider will submit an order for prescription medications to the pharmacy of your choosing, if needed. Our school-based telehealth clinic can provide treatment to many common illnesses. Some of those illnesses and conditions include: allergies, earaches, fever, headaches, coughs and colds, respiratory infections, pink eye, rashes, bug bites, nausea and vomiting, muscle sprains and urinary tract infections. In addition to onsite rapid testing for flu and strep, COVID-19 testing will also be available. If you would like for your child to have access to our school-based telemedicine program, you can register electronically using the online link https://hipaa.jotform.com/93155638366163 or you can complete a paper packet (available at your school nurse’s office) and return to your child’s school. In addition, the school nurse will always contact a parent/guardian before a child receives any telemedicine services. If the nurse is unable to reach a parent/guardian, your child will be given the care normally provided by school health staff. Please contact the school or our office with any questions you may have. Respectfully, ARcare | Coordinated Care Program 623 N 9th St. Ste 500, Augusta, AR 72006 (870) 347-3461
4 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Chase Carter
Clarksville School Probable Close Contacts Testing WHAT: COVID Testing; for Clarksville School District student Probable Close Contacts. HOW: Drive-Through testing in your car. Do not exit the vehicle. DATE: MONDAY, December 14, 2020 TIME: 9am to 2pm PLACE: Junior High Parking Lot (at the awning, in front of the building) This testing it is only open to students and staff of CSD who have been identified as probable close contacts and to CSD staff who wish to be tested. It is not open to the general public. Contact Nurse Bowen for more information 479-979-8776.
4 months ago, Chase Carter
Dr. David Hopkins
DISTRITO ESCOLAR DE CLARKSVILLE DEPARTAMENTO DE NUTRICIÓN INFANTIL APRENDIZAJE VIRTUAL OPCIONAL OPCIÓN FUERA DEL CAMPUS/ APRENDIZAJE VIRTUAL Los estudiantes que toman el APRENDIZAJE OPCIONAL FUERA DEL CAMPUS/VIRTUAL EN LÍNEA aún pueden recibir desayuno y almuerzo los viernes. Estas comidas se ofrecen a cualquier niño(a) menor de 18 años SIN CARGO. Las comidas se pueden recoger entre las 11:00 a.m. y las 12 del mediodía todos los días en la Escuela Secundaria de Clarksville (Jr. High). Para RECOGER será debajo de un toldo en el carril del autobús escolar. Permanezca en su vehículo en todo momento. Se le pide que se registre para las comidas siguiendo el enlace en la página de SCHOOLOGY de los estudiantes. Existe la opción de solicitar el desayuno. Los estudiantes no necesitan estar presentes para recoger las comidas. Si los padres/ tutores tienen preguntas o inquietudes, pueden comunicarse al DEPARTAMENTO DE NUTRICION INFANTIL llamando al 479-979-6008, por correo electrónico cathy.holland@csdar.org o comunicándose a la oficina de la escuela de sus estudiantes. DEPARTAMENTO DE NUTRICION INFANTIL DEL DISTRITO ESCOLAR DE CLARKSVILLE es un PROVEEDOR DE IGUALDAD DE OPORTUNIDADES
4 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville School District
Students that take the OPTIONAL OFF CAMPUS/VIRTUAL ON LINE LEARNING can still receive breakfast and lunch on the Fridays. These meals are offered to any child under the age of 18 FREE of CHARGE. Meals can be picked up between 11:00 am and 12 noon at the Clarksville Jr. High. PICK UP will be under the awning in the bus lane. Remain in your vehicle at all times. You are asked to register for meals by following the link in the students SCHOOLOGY page. PLEASE order by 9 am on Friday. There is an option to request breakfast. Students do not need to be present to pick up meals. If parents/guardians have questions or concern, they may contact the CHILD NUTRITION DEPARTMENT by calling 479-979-6008, by email cathy.holland@csdar.org or by contacting their students building office.
4 months ago, Clarksville School District
Clarksville School District
Virtual Care School Nurse – ARcare is accepting applications for a LPN to assist with the Virtual Care Program at Clarksville Schools. The Virtual Care School Nurse works as part of the clinical provider team and will work alongside the school nurse to attend to any needs students or staff may have. Work schedule for this position will coincide with school schedule. Qualifications: Current Arkansas LPN license and CPR. Duties: Assist in primary health care, patient education, E.M.R., direct patient contact. Follow the link to fill out your application today! https://secure.jotformpro.com/form/51135254089959
4 months ago, Clarksville School District
Dr. David Hopkins
Due to the large number of 4th grade staff members that have been quarantined, because of COVID-19 exposure, we will be pivoting the 4th grade to remote learning for the rest of this semester. This semester ends on December 18th, which is the last day of school prior to the Christmas break. Also, please keep your 4th grade students at home on the virtual Friday tomorrow and on December 18th.
4 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville School District
Pride, our panther mascot, and our Resource Office dancing to the fight song! @Whitson Morgan Stadium Go Panthers!!
5 months ago, Clarksville School District
Dr. David Hopkins
Tomorrow, November 6th, is a Blended Friday. Buses will run reduced routes. The afternoon route will begin at 12:10 PM. School will start at the regular time and be open until 3 PM . All students are expected to participate in their virtual classrooms tomorrow.
6 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville School District
This Friday, October 30th, will be a district wide Flex Day. Flex Days are intended to be used by staff members needing professional development hours. This is not a virtual day; school will be closed. The Clarksville Football Team will be traveling to Harrison Friday night. Have a great long weekend!
6 months ago, Clarksville School District
Dr. David Hopkins
The following changes are ONLY for "Blended Fridays:" This week will bring our third “Blended Friday.” We originally stated we would run regular bus routes for the first two weeks, in order to determine the number of buses, and bus stops needed to provide for the students electing to come on-site for the blended virtual day. After observing the first two Fridays, we will no longer make door to door bus stops. Instead, the following changes will be made to bus stops, and pick-up and drop-off times. BLENDED FRIDAY BUS STOPS AND TIMES: West Part of District—Bus #36 Crosswoods/Kountry Kitchen (Big parking Lot off Hwy. 64) South/Central Part of District—Bus #39 Clarksville Medical Group (North side parking lot across street, McKennon St.) Northwest Part of District—Bus #43 U of O Gym (North side of parking lot on Buchanan St.) Northeast Part of District—Bus #44 Soccer Complex (Parking lot off Hwy. 164 behind Green Source Recycling) East Part of District—Bus #46 Atwoods (Parking lot off Rogers St.) The morning bus stop times for ALL locations will be 7:30 a.m. The afternoon bus stop times for ALL locations will be 12:10 p.m.
6 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Tomorrow, October 9th, will be our first Blended Friday. Students have the choice of staying home and working virtually, or coming to school to work virtually. Buses will run as usual. We do encourage our students to work virtually from home when possible, but if you need to send your child to school that option is also available. Teachers will be utilizing this time to catch-up on lesson preparation and grading. **You can order meals for Virtual Fridays!! Meals need to be ordered by 9:00 a.m. Friday and may be picked up at the Junior High in the bus lane at the awning between 11:00 and Noon. Click the link below to order: https://docs.google.com/.../1FAIpQLSc8kikP.../viewform
6 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville School District
Clarksville Food Service Information Concerning Blended Fridays English https://5il.co/lpuo Spanish https://5il.co/lpuq Karen https://5il.co/lpup
7 months ago, Clarksville School District
Clarksville School District
The Clarksville School Board recently approved a change to the district’s Ready for Learning Plan. The change creates a 4+1 blended schedule. This means Monday through Thursday will be school as normal, but Friday will be a blended-virtual, and on-site day. The first blended day will begin Friday, October 9th. “Blended Fridays” give parents/students the option of learning from home or school. Students who choose to learn from home on Fridays will not be counted absent. Instruction on blended Fridays will be 100% virtual. These are catch-up days for teachers and students: there will be no new content taught or major assessments given. This change is being made primarily to help ease the burden on our faculty. We have listened and we trust the feedback received from our teachers: the amount of work required with our current model of instruction is not sustainable. Blended Fridays will give teachers protected time for the added tasks that have come with this unusual school year, and are designed to bring relief to everyone: parents, students, and staff. This is a hard time for all of us. We hope this will help. Meals will be provided to all students that choose to attend school on blended Fridays. Pickup meals will also be provided for virtual students. Buses will continue to run regular routes for the first two blended Fridays. However, starting on October 23rd, bus stops, routes, and times will be changing. We will provide updates on the busing adjustments. To see the Ready for Learning Plan, click on link below. https://5il.co/lpp3 For further explanation, click video link below. https://youtu.be/k3ZxoqQS4dg
7 months ago, Clarksville School District
Clarksville School District
The Clarksville School District uses a messaging service to produce mass phone calls. Mass phone calls from Clarksville School District will come from the following phone number: 501-712-2633. You may wish to add this number to your phone’s contact list.
7 months ago, Clarksville School District
Dr. David Hopkins
All Clarksville Schools will be OPEN for onsite learning tomorrow, Tuesday, September 29. The following link will take you to a video explaining our situation. https://youtu.be/FM7bpWc2QqQ
7 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Las escuelas de Clarksville estarán cerradas al aprendizaje en el aula el lunes 28 de septiembre de 2020. La situación se reevaluará el lunes para determinar si la escuela puede reabrir o si el distrito debe permanecer cerrado al aprendizaje en el aula. Todos los maestros y el personal informarán como de costumbre para captar la atención a nuestros estudiantes a través del aprendizaje remoto. Todos los estudiantes deben continuar con sus clases mientras están en casa a través de Schoology. Esperamos tener una actualización sobre esta situación antes del cierre del lunes. Este cierre se debe a la cantidad de miembros del personal que actualmente están infectados o en cuarentena debido al COVID-19. Consulte los archivos adjuntos sobre la distribución de comidas escolares. Si tiene alguna inquietud o pregunta, comuníquese con el director de la escuela de su estudiante o con la oficina del superintendente.
7 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville Schools will be closed to onsite learning Monday, September 28, 2020. The situation will be reevaluated Monday to determine if school can reopen, or if the district should remain closed to onsite learning. All faculty and staff will report as usual to engage our students through remote learning. All students need to continue with their classes while at home via Schoology. We hope to have an update on this situation by close of business Monday. This closure is due to the number of staff members that are currently infected or under quarantine due to COVID-19. Please see attachments regarding school meal distributions. If you have any concerns please contact your child's building principal or the superintendent's office. https://5il.co/lhhq https://5il.co/lhhu https://5il.co/lhhp
7 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Spanish translation of the parent /teacher conference information that was posted 2 days ago. Este año, debido a COVID-19, nuestras conferencias de padres y maestros no serán reuniones en persona. En cambio nuestros maestros llamarán a los padres por teléfono, comenzando con los estudiantes que tienen mayor riesgo de reprobar. Debido a la falta de tiempo, es posible que no se llame a todos los padres en la fecha programada para la conferencia entre padres y maestros. Los padres son siempre bienvenidos y pueden llamar a la escuela o utilizar Schoology para reunirse con el maestro de su hijo.
7 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville School District
This year, due to COVID-19, our parent/teacher conferences will not be in-person meetings. Instead, our teachers will be calling parents on the phone, starting with the students that are at most risk of failing. Due to a lack of time, all parents may not be called on the scheduled parent/teacher conference date. Parents are always welcome and encouraged to call the school or use Schoology to conference with their child's teacher.
7 months ago, Clarksville School District
Clarksville School District
Starting today, September 3, 2020, Clarksville Schools will serve ALL students free breakfast and lunch. We are told this will last for the remainder of this semester.
8 months ago, Clarksville School District
Dr. David Hopkins
Parents, download our NEW school app to your phone!! This app will help you keep up with school events, news, lunch menus and other important information. For both Android and iPhone! Do it today! https://apps.apple.com/us/app/clarksville-school-district/id1517462840?fbclid=IwAR1MdzHJXxX6RTSqlwNZJMsAOHLJCJe43WGmPO8577GTUJx0O69ViyImnAQ https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apptegy.clarksvillear
8 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
This website will keep the public notified regarding the number of COVID cases confirmed on a given day within our district. This is not an overall total number. It is only the number of positive cases confirmed on the indicated date along with the "probable close contacts" associated with the positive case that must also quarantine. https://sites.google.com/a/csdar.org/covid-19-daily-case-count/
8 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
An update from the superintendent regarding the COVID-19 cases affecting the football teams. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5Px4Mvdv7M
8 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
School will start as scheduled on Monday, August 24. Remember to use the screening tool before you come to school. We are working hard to follow all of the Dept of Health guidelines so that your children will be as safe as possible. Please wear a mask to school.
8 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Due to the quarantine protocol our football teams must follow, Clarksville will have to cancel all football games through September 4th. We currently have positive cases on the HS and JH teams.
8 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
We have had a senior high football player test positive for COVID-19. We are suspending all levels of football until further notice.
8 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Another football coach has tested positive for COVID-19. Our coaches have been working very hard to maintain social distancing with the team members and wear masks at all times during practice. Based on the ADH guidelines we will continue with practice.
8 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
We have a couple of recently posted videos that will help parents navigate the Schoology App. Schoology is how our teachers, students and parents will communicate, receive class instruction and turn in assignments electronically. https://www.facebook.com/clarksvillejuniorhigh/videos/352081262490247 https://youtu.be/WU-3OHmqLCQ
8 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
COVID-19 case numbers by school district now available. The numbers reflect the whole population within our school district boundaries not just students and staff that attend our school. https://achi.net/covid19/
8 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville School District
One of our football coaches has tested positive for COVID-19. Our coaches have been following ADH guidelines. We will disinfect both field houses and will continue with our football practice schedule tomorrow.
8 months ago, Clarksville School District
Dr. David Hopkins
Please see this short video to get started using our district's new phone app! https://youtu.be/xZ4F0TyqORs
9 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville parents, I have made a video to help explain the plans our district will use for the return to onsite learning on August 24th. For more information please contact the school where your child attends. https://youtu.be/Pfl5LmQ4Aa4
9 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Christel Thompson
If still thinking about virtual or on-site instruction, this document may help. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/decision-tool.html Still have questions? Contact us at 479-705-3256 or email an administrator.
9 months ago, Christel Thompson
Kathy Gregory
Updated Calendar-Approved 7/20/20
9 months ago, Kathy Gregory
Clarksville School District
The following links will take you to the Clarksville Schools’ “Return to Onsite Learning Plan” and the alternate “Remote Learning Contract” for those that do not feel safe returning to school on August 24th. If you choose to keep your children at home and utilize our remote learning option, you will need to have the contract returned to your child’s school by July 31st. Please understand that these plans could change due to the nature of the COVID-19 pandemic. English: https://5il.co/i6gu https://5il.co/i6hj Karen: https://5il.co/i6gv https://5il.co/i6hi Spanish: https://5il.co/i6gw https://5il.co/i6hh
9 months ago, Clarksville School District
Dr. David Hopkins
All sports have been suspended for the time being. We have had 2 football boys test positive for COVID. They also play on a baseball team that has Clarksville basketball players on the team. With all the possible cross team exposure we decided to suspend all athletics until the State Health Dept can conduct the "contact tracing."
10 months ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville School District
Our "Ready For Learning" Committee will be meeting tomorrow to review the guidelines our district will be using when we resume school in the fall. We hope to have a guidance document posted this week. Because of the nature of this pandemic, all plans are subject to change.
10 months ago, Clarksville School District