1200 West Creek Coyote Trail, Clarksville, TN 37042
931-503-3288 | 931-503-3296 (fax)
Regular Day: 7:20 AM to 2:20 PM
Half Day: 7:20 AM to 10:50 AM
Early Release: 12:00 PM
23-24 TSI Distinction Notification
23-24 TSI Distinction
Required Documents for Sports Participation
In order for students to participate in any school sport, that student must have an updated Sports Physical (dated after April 15,2023), a Parent Consent Form, a TSSAA Concussion Form, and the TSSAA Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Those forms are linked below. The formal TSSAA Policy can be found at https://tssaa.org/physical-forms. Permissions and Physical https://cms-files.tssaa.org/documents/tssaa/health-safety-information/Physical-Form-Updated-8.2021.pdf Concussion Form https://cms-files.tssaa.org/documents/tssaa/health-safety-information/concussionparents.pdf Sudden Cardiac Event https://cms-files.tssaa.org/documents/tssaa/health-safety-information/SCAParentAthleteForm.pdf
What is PBIS?
PBIS is our school-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports program. Our goal is to provide proactive strategies for teaching and supporting appropriate student behaviors to create a positive school environment. A range of positive behavior supports for all students is implemented in the classroom and non-classroom settings.PBIS is a team-based approach to teaching expectations and preventing problem behaviors. It also teaches and encourages respectful and responsible behavior to all students. Our goal is to create a safe and effective learning environment by reducing discipline issues and increasing instruction time. PBIS is meant for all students and all staff.School-wide PBIS provides a positive focus to encourage desirable student behaviors. A set of universal expectations for behavior, positively stated, are established for all students in all locations of our school. At WCMS, those core values are: Be Repectful, Be Responsible, Be Engaged and Be Safe. Our expectations matrix identifies various school locations and then determines what each of the core values looks like in that setting. The specific expectations are described in a concise and positive manner. By developing a matrix of universal positive behavior expectations, the school is establishing a common language for staff and students. School-wide PBIS is a visual approach. Interventions and strategies are implemented to teach and reinforce these behaviors.
I have many questions about transportation for my child. What bus will my child ride? Where is the bus stop? What time will the bus arrive?
Transportation information will be available on the CMCSS website, please go to www.cmcss.net/zoning,. You will need to type in your street address, and you should be provided the answers to the questions above.