Sports Pass on sale

September 7th, 2018

2018-2019 All-Sports Pass

Clarksville High School and Middle School

The All-Sports Pass is your ticket to athletic events at Clarksville Schools. Your one-time fee will take care of all ticket expenses for the 2018-2019 school year. The pass is valid for all regular season home athletic events except for scrimmages, tournaments, IHSAA events, and the Faulkner Relays.

General Admission Ticket Prices for All Home Events for 2018-2019 School Year is $5.00

 

2018-2019 ALL-SPORTS PASSES PRICES

Family All-Sports Pass
$150.00
Valid for family members living in one household
Includes two adults and dependent children

Adult All-Sports Pass
$75.00
Valid for a single adult

Senior Citizen Pass
$55.00
Valid for single senior citizen, 55 and over.

Student All-Sports Pass
$25.00
Valid for a single student

 

Passes will be sold at home athletic events. You can also purchase them by contacting the Athletic Department at 812-280-5009.

MakerMobile

September 4th, 2018

Inspiring innovation with STEM
Students created rockets at MakerMobile

CLARKSVILLE, Ind.— A 32’ long trailer, built to inspire innovation and help students expand their STEM skills, rolled over to Clarksville High School and Clarksville Elementary School on Monday, Aug. 20.

Students from both schools broke out into groups to visit the trailer. They used laser cutters, 3D printers, and more to create their own rockets and other items.

“Expanding our students’ exposure to STEM opportunities and how those relate to real-world challenges will help our students see how what they are learning in the classroom will apply to their lives and careers after school,” Scott Gardner, College and Career Readiness Coordinator.

The visit of the MakerMobile was funded by a grant to MakerMobile from the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana.

Free meal program

August 14th, 2018

Clarksville Schools to offer FREE meals to ALL students

Clarksville Community Schools will be offering FREE breakfasts and lunches to ALL students, regardless of income, starting this school year. This program will be at all of CCSC schools: Clarksville Elementary, Clarksville Middle, Clarksville High, and Renaissance Academy.

Clarksville Community Schools has been chosen to participate in the federal Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program, which provides federal reimbursement for the majority of the costs associated with offering free meals. The rest of the costs are expected to be paid for out of A La Carte (extras such as baked chips or extra entrees) purchases, which will still be for sale.

“We are excited to be able to offer this program to all our students,” said Superintendent Tina Bennett. “Now all students will be able to eat a free breakfast and lunch every day. When students aren’t worried about being hungry, they can focus in the classroom.”

Every student will be notified of these changes via mail. Families needing assistance with textbook fees will still need to apply for those via paper application.

Welcome Back Walk 2018

Welcome Back Walk 2018

About 50 teachers and staff members walked the neighborhoods in Clarksville on Aug. 1 to welcome students back to school.

The second annual Welcome Back Walk was started last year as a way to help ease the fears of those students who are starting in a new school building. Teachers and staff walked to the houses of incoming kindergarten, fifth and ninth grades to say hello, take a photo, and give each student a drawstring backpack filled with goodies for the new school year.

“We know that starting in a new school building can cause some anxiety,” said Tara Schmelz, communications specialist and event organizer. “We hope that by visiting with those students that we help ease any jitters and help students feel confident for their first day of school.”

Sponsors for the Welcome Back Walk include REALTOR Mark Ridings, CCSC Alumni Association, Kroger, Sams Club, Target and Krispy Kreme.

Update: Pack the Bus

4th Annual Pack the Bus Update

Clarksville, Ind.–The 4th annual Pack the Bus event was a great success, bringing in both school supplies and financial donations to help students start the 2018 school year off strong.

The event, organized by Clarksville Community Schools in partnership with One Vision Federal Credit Union, involved setting a bus up outside of One Vision, in Clarksville. Inside of the bank, people dropped off school supplies and/or financial donations.

Enough school supplies were collected to help EVERY student who requested help! Each teacher and counselor in the district also received a large bag filled with school supplies for their classrooms.

A total of $2,450 was collected as well to pay for additional school supplies– $2,000 of that from the Clarksville Police Department.

Thank you, everyone, for helping this important event be a success!

Pack The Bus

July 9th, 2018

Pack the Bus

Clarksville Cares, in partnership with One Vision Federal Credit Union, kicked off the fourth annual “Pack the Bus” campaign on July 9 to collect school supplies to help all of Clarksville Community Schools’ students start the school year off strong. The campaign will run through July 20.

Donations can be dropped off at One Vision, located at 206 W. Lewis and Clark Parkway, in Clarksville. 

Cummings appointed to Board

July 5th, 2018

Clarksville School Board Fills Vacancy
Teresa Cummings appointed to District 5 seat

The Clarksville Community Board of School Trustees has appointed Teresa Cummings to fill the District 5 seat vacancy during the Board’s special meeting on Tuesday, July 3.

The District 5 seat was left vacant after Board member James “Jim” Payne passed away on June 21. Cummings will fulfill the remaining time left on Payne’s term, which ends January 2021.

Cummings is the General Manager at Bella Built Roofing. She and her husband have lived in Old Clarksville for more than 20 years. They have three children. Their oldest child just graduated from Renaissance Academy. Their second child is a junior at Clarksville High School. Their youngest child is a sophomore at Renaissance.

“I think Teresa will be an excellent addition to the Board,” Board President Bill Wilson said. “Her heart is with Clarksville Schools.”

 

 

2018-19 School Supply Lists

June 26th, 2018

2018-2019 School Supply Lists

The 2018-19 school supply lists are now ready for preschool-8th grade. Please see below for your list:

Preschool          (Versión en español haga clic aquí)
Kindergarten    (Versión en español haga clic aqui)
Grade 1             (Versión en español haga clic aquí)
Grade 2             (Versión en español haga clic aquí)

Grade 3             (Versión en español haga clic aquí)
Grade 4             (Versión en español haga clic aquí)

Clarksville Middle School supply list (grades 5-8)

$16,000 grant to fund literacy program

June 25th, 2018

CLARKSVILLE, Ind.—Clarksville Elementary School will be launching a two-week summer reading program called Camp CES: Let’s Read S’More, thanks to a $16,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation.

The camping-themed program will focus on helping 20 incoming 2nd graders who need extra support in reading for two weeks prior to school starting (July 23rd-Aug. 3rd). After that, those students will receive weekly reading tutoring for the first semester of school.

“We are so excited to provide this fun learning opportunity for our students,” Principal Mindy Dablow said. “It will be a great way to provide these students with a jump start in preparing for the new school year.”

Clarksville’s program is one of 24 that received Duke Energy Foundation grants for summer and school-year reading initiatives. This grant is part of an approximately $400,000 investment the Duke Energy Foundation is making in summer literacy programs.

Class of 2018

June 18th, 2018

 

Congratulations to the Clarksville High School and Renaissance Academy Class of 2018!

A total of 110 students graduated from the two schools on June 2, 2018. Of those, 40 students (39 seniors and 1 junior) made up the first-ever graduating class from Renaissance Academy.

Breaking down Renaissance Academy’s graduating class:

  • All graduates earned Core 40 diploma or higher
  • 2 earned the Associate of General Studies degree and Technical Certificate from Ivy Tech Community College (60+ college credit hours)—1 junior and 1 senior
  • 1 earned the Technical Certificate of General Studies from Ivy Tech (30+ college credit hours)
  • 5 earned the New Tech Seal: STEM curriculum; 50 hours of an internship; 100 hours of community service; minimum of 12 dual college credits
  • 13 graduated with Core 40 with Academic Honors
  • 2 graduated with Core 40 with Technical Honors
  • 3 graduated with Core 40 with Academic Honors and Technical Honors
  • 45% earned some type of honors diploma at RA

Breaking down Clarksville High School’s graduating class:

  • All graduates earned Core 40 or higher
  • 16 earned Core 40 with Academic Honors
  • 5 earned Core 40 with Technical Honors
  • 1 earned Core 40 with Academic Honors and Technical Honors
  • 3 juniors graduated in three years

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