Parents: Click on this link for important information about Girl Scouts: https://5il.co/19vfu
Parents, Students may again start wearing shorts to school after Spring Break. Please be mindful of the weather and don't send them in shorts if it going to be cold that day as they will be going outside for recess. Thanks, Mr. Mooney
Parents: Click the link for info on Johnson County Boys Club Baseball signups: https://sportsplus.app/public/4776/registration
We are monitoring the weather and road conditions. At this time, temperatures are forecasted to hover just above freezing. Parents who are concerned about inclement weather may check out their students today, March 11, and have the absence excused. Families may also call the office to have their high school student released to drive home from campus. On-site instruction will continue and campuses will remain open throughout the school day. Buses will run their normal after school routes.
Parents, March 17th is the last day to qualify as "fully vaccenated" for the vaccine incentive here at CPS. This means the student has to be two weeks past the 2nd shot. With that being said tomorrow March 3 would be the last day for a student to get their 2nd shot to be considered "fully vaccinated". It is too late to send in proof of vacccination to qualify for the incentive on March 8 or 10 but we will do another round sometime in April for those who are fully vaccinated by March 17 that didn't get in on this round of incentive. If you have questions give me a call at 479-979-6002. Thanks, Mr. Mooney
Parents, March is National Reading Month, and we want your family to join us in the March RISE Reading Challenge! The goal of the RISE Reading Challenge is to help create a culture of reading with your family. Reading to your child daily will develop habits that will last a lifetime and will help them become lifelong learners! Complete the reading activities throughout the month with your family. At the end of the month, scan the QR Code and tell us about your family's experience! Click on the link to access the reading activities. https://5il.co/16du6
The administration is aware of rumors that have been circulating throughout the district regarding threats made toward the student body and faculty. We have investigated and located the origin of these threats. The Clarksville Police Department is assisting the district with this issue. At no time were any students or staff in danger.
Parents, Our vaccine incentive dates have changed. Click on the link for important information concerning this. https://5il.co/15rie
The Clarksville School Board met last night, February 7th, in response to the Governor ending the directives for students and staff to quarantine and mask. The board voted to end those mandates in both school facilities and buses. Student and staff illness will be handled in accordance with your child’s student handbook and district policy, as it was prior to COVID-19. If you have any concerns, please contact your child’s school office or the school nurse.
CPS students should be working on AMI day 7 today. Parents - make sure you sign the sheet that the work was completed. If you do not have the sheet write your teacher a note that the work was completed. The note must include the AMI day, the date, and your signature. If we do not have this documentation students will be counted absent for the AMI day.
Clarksville Schools will not have onsite learning tomorrow, Friday, February 4th. Students must participate in the AMI lessons to be counted present for today and tomorrow. Teachers are available via Schoology.
Attention Parents: click on the links below for access to AMI for Clarksville Primary School. We are closed for onsite instruction tomorrow February 3rd. Students should be working on day 6 on the AMI sheet and parents need to sign that the work is complete for students to be counted present. A decision and announcement about school Friday February 4th will be made around noon tomorrow. Kindergarten AMI: https://5il.co/1548y Kindergarten CVC words: https://5il.co/1548z First Grade AMI: https://5il.co/1548v
Parents, click on this link for the monthly RISE newsletter. It has lots of resources that help K and 1 students learn to read. https://sites.google.com/dawsonesc.com/risearkansas/rise-newsletter
As of today, February 1, Clarksville Primary and Clarksville Elementary have dropped below the mask requirement threshold. Those two buildings are now transitioning to masks recommended.
Parents, It appears our phones are working again. Just a reminder though that if you need to make a change in the way your child goes home you should email: firstname.lastname@example.org or you could email your teacher.
Parents, Our phones are not working at the moment. If you need to make a change in the way your child goes home please email email@example.com
Parents, Click on the link for the CPS January and February newsletter. You will also recieve a paper copy in your childs backpack. https://5il.co/14pui
Parents, click on this link for information on the vaccine incentive in the Karen language: https://5il.co/14ok6
Parents, Click on the link for information on a vaccine incentive for CPS students: https://5il.co/14lb4
Parents, Friday January 21st will be a regular school day for our students. However, we will be running limited bus routes. If your child does not come to school due to limited bus routes your teacher will send home a make up packet of work when your child returns to school. Your child will be allowed one day for each day missed to make up the work so for example if your child misses Friday and comes back Monday they would need to turn in the work on Tuesday. If your child does not turn in the make up work they will be counted absent for Friday January 21st.