2018-2019 School Hours

April 17th, 2018

2018-2019 School Start and End Times

Beginning with the 2018-2019 school year, we are happy to announce that we are able to extend our elementary instructional day by 40 minutes. This adjustment will ensure that our students have the same instructional minutes/educational opportunities as other elementary students across the state. Our teachers will be able to utilize the additional time for classroom instruction, enrichment activities, group learning and more. We believe this change will help our students learn and achieve more, which in turn will better prepare them for the next phase of their educational journey.

Making this change will alter the start and end times for all four of our school buildings. We are happy to make these adjustments because this is what is best for our students and our students deserve nothing less than the best!

The 2018-2019 start/dismissal and bus route times for all CCSC Schools are as follows:

2018-2019 School Calendar

As a reminder, the 2018-2019 school calendar will be changed from a balanced calendar to a hybrid traditional calendar, which means that our 2018-2019 school start date will be August 8th.  This will allow a 2-week longer summer break and increase instructional time prior to state-wide testing. This calendar also aligns with the other schooldistricts in our county (West Clark and Greater Clark). I have attached a copy for your review.

Lastly, for your convenience, we have opened registration earlier this year. This means that you can register your student(s) NOW by logging in to your Campus Portal account and clicking on the “Online Registration” link or by going to our website at:  www.clarksvilleschools.org, clicking on the “RESOURCES” tab and then on the “To Register your student” link. Instructions for registering your student, setting up a Campus Portal account and recovering your Campus Portal credentials can also be found on that page. Our goal is to have all returning students registered by May 24th.

Enjoy the remainder of this school year and we look forward to seeing everyone this fall!

Best Regards,

Tina Bennett



2018-2019 Inicio Escolar y horas de Salida

Comenzando con el año escolar 2018-2019, nos complace anunciar que podemos extender nuestro dia de instrucción  básica en 40 minutos. Este ajuste garantizara que nuestros estudiantes tengan los mismos minuto de instrucción/ oportunidades educativas que otros estudiantes de primaria en todo el estado. Nuestros maestros podrán utilizar el tiempo adicional para la instrucción en el aula, actividades de enriquecimiento, aprendizaje grupal y mas. Creemos que este cambio ayudará a nuestros estudiantes aprender y lograr más, lo que a su vez los prepara mejor para la próxima etapa de su viaje educativo.

Hacer este cambio altera el horario de inicio y fin de los cuatro edificios de nuestra escuela. Estamos felices de hacer estos ajustes porque esto es lo mejor para nuestros estudiantes merecen nada menos que lo mejor.

Los horarios de inicio / salida y autobuses de 2018-2019 para todas las escuelas de Clarksville Community Schools (CCSC) son los siguientes.

2018-2019 Calendario Escolar

Como recordatorio, el calendario escolar 2018-2019 cambiará de un calendario equilibrando a uno tradicional híbrido, lo que significa que nuestra fecha de inicio de la escuela 2018-2019 será el 8 de Agosto. Esto permitirá un descanso de Verano más largo de 2 semanas y aumentará el tiempo de instrucción antes de las pruebas en todo el estado. Este calendario también se alinea con los otros distritos escolares en nuestro condado de (WEST CLARK Y GREATER CLARK) He adjuntado una copia para que puedan ver el calendario.

Por último, para su conveniencia, hemos abierto el registro más temprano este año. Esto significa que puede registrar a su hijo (a) o estudiante Ahora al entrar a su sesión de Campus Portal y hacer clic en el enlace “Registro en línea” (Online Registration) o ir a nuestro sitio Web en: www.clarksvilleschools.org, haciendo clic en “Recursos” (Resourses) y
luego en el enlace “Para registrar a su estudiante” (To register your student). Las instrucciones para registrar  a tu estudiante, configurar una cuenta de campus portal y recuperar sus credenciales de campus portal. Algunos padres ya están registrados y tienen su cuenta para entrar com su nombre de usuario que ellos crearon y su contraseña personal. Nuestro objetivo es que todos los estudiantes que regresan se registren antes del 24 de Mayo.

Disfruta el resto de este año escolar y esperemos ver a todos este otoño!

Best Regards,

Tina Bennett



Showcase of Schools

March 26th, 2018

Experience Clarksville Community Schools by participating in hands-on science experiments, working with a 3-D printer, creating comic strips, going on a treasure hunt, and more during the 4th annual Showcase of Schools!

Talk to students and staff about our schools and learn what Clarksville Community Schools has to offer.

Each visitor will receive a “passport” and once that person visits at least 4 stations within a school, he/she will receive a FREE t-shirt, coupon for a FREE meal at Arby’s, and a chance to win a gift card to a local business.

Those bringing an out-of-district friend to the Showcase will receive an extra entry in the gift card drawing.


Each building will have a Showcase:

Clarksville High School (9th-12th grades)
800 Dr. Dot Lewis Drive
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Renaissance Academy (9-12th grades)
806 Eastern Blvd.
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Clarksville Elementary School (Pre-K – 4th grades)
700 North Randolph Ave.
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Clarksville Middle School (5th-8th grades)
101 Ettel Lane
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.


RSVP now on our Facebook page.

Clarksville Elementary Preschool Open House April 11

March 5th, 2018

Preschool Open House April 11, 2018 6:00pm Door 8


CHS Drama Department Presents “Legally Blonde The Musical”

Important Message From Superintendent

February 15th, 2018


Dear Parents, Guardians and Community Members:

We were deeply saddened to hear the news of the school shooting that occurred Wednesday, February 14 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Our thoughts and deepest sympathy are with the families affected and all members of that community.

We want to ensure you that the safety of our students and staff is our top priority at Clarksville Community Schools. We take seriously our responsibility to ensure the safety of your child every day.

I would like to take this opportunity to remind all of our families that we have a plan in place at each of our schools to handle emergency situations and continuously work to evaluate such plans to ensure they are relevant and up to date. We are fortunate to work with the Clarksville Police and Fire departments to prepare for all types of emergencies that may occur, including having a School Resource Officer on campus at all times. As a county, we continuously evaluate our safety plan through quarterly meetings of school administrators and first responders with the Clark County Safety Coalition.

As school administrators, we are troubled by events like what occurred in Florida. However, senseless tragedies such as this provide us with the opportunity to be leaders as we help our children to understand, also reminding them that, as the adults in their lives, we do everything we can to keep them safe. As always, we urge anyone to report any type of concerning social media messages, behavior, etc. to your child’s school immediately.

Thank you for your continued support of Clarksville Community Schools.

Tina Bennett
Clarksville Community Schools

Paint Prosser Pink Day- February 24

February 1st, 2018



Eight CCSC Juniors Selected as Rising Stars of Indiana

December 20th, 2017

This month, the Indiana Association of School Principals presented the 2nd Annual “Rising Stars of Indiana” to 1,025 high school juniors from 265 schools across the state!

Based on academic achievement, each school was given the opportunity to nominate four juniors for this honor!

Congratulations to our eight rising stars from CHS and RA: Austin Grant, Ashley Jackson, Bryce Jackson, Caitlyn Wright, Keegan Allred, Tyler Howard, Mark Leezer and Mary Roberts!

Thank you ALL for your hard work and dedication! #ThinkClarksville

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CCSC Approves Agreement with Under Armour

December 13th, 2017

The Clarksville Community Board of School Trustees voted unanimously to approve an agreement between Clarksville Athletics and Under Armour.

This agreement includes no up-front cost to Clarksville Community Schools and will ensure that all CHS sports teams will have Under Armour brand uniforms by 2021.

Jason Carter, CCSC athletic director is pleased with agreement and the advantages it will give CCSC, including cost savings.

The agreement gives CCSC a 35 percent discount on purchases and 15 percent credit for future purchases.

CHS is excited about being an Under Armour Athletic School!


Inclement Weather Information and Communication


When severe winter weather or other emergency conditions occur, school may be closed or starting times delayed.

New this school year, Infinite Campus notifications will be sent regarding a delay or closing due to inclement weather by 6 a.m. You will receive a phone call, email and Campus Portal Message relaying the message; if you do not respond to the phone call, a text message will also be sent.

If you have previously signed for text alerts via our website, you will still receive a text message from that system for the remainder of the 2017-18 school year!

This will give you time to ensure your contact information within Infinite Campus is up to date!

The district’s status will also be posted on our website breaking news scroll, Facebook, Twitter and sent via text message to those signed up for text alerts. The following television stations will be notified of school closings or delays:

WHAS (Channel 11);
WAVE (Channel 3)
WLKY (Channel 32)
WDRB (Fox 41).

Please be sure to listen carefully to media school closing announcements as we are announced as Clarksville Community Schools.

If schools are closed:

There will be no school for all Clarksville Community Schools.
School will resume the next day unless additional closing announcements are made.
Make-up days will be announced and the school calendar will be updated.

If starting times are delayed:

School will begin two hours late. Buses will run two hours later on their normal routes.
Afternoon dismissal will remain the same.
Full Day Kindergarten will attend on the delayed schedule.
A.M. Preschool will not attend if start times are delayed.
P.M. Preschool will attend at the regularly scheduled time.

In the event of inclement weather, it is possible buses will run later picking up students at their stops. Parents, please prepare children to wait for an extended period of time for the bus to arrive. If you have any questions regarding school closings, delays, or procedures, please contact your building principal.

Sign up HERE to be notified of school closings or delays via text message

2018-2019 School Calendar Approved by Board

The Clarksville Community Board of School Trustees unanimously approved the 2018-19 school calendar at the Regular Meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 12. CCSC will be transitioning to a “modified” balanced calendar with one week breaks during the fall and spring in exchange for a two week longer summer break.

This calendar will allow for more instructional time for students prior to state testing, more days in the summer to prepare for the upcoming school year (staffing & facilities) and a longer summer for families.

Area superintendents collaborated to align, as closely as possible, the calendars of public school districts within Clark County.

Click HERE to view the PDF of the 2018-19 School Calendar