carolyn.ross@cmcss.net931-648-5675
Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year at NWHS! This is my 14th year at Northwest High School. I consider it an honor as well as a great responsibility to be entrusted with your student. We must partner together to ensure that the student is successful. Please monitor your student's progress using PowerSchool. Welcome parents and students. I have a Bachelor of Business Administration from Austin Peay State University and a Masters of Business Education from Middle Tennessee State University. In addition, I have thirty-three graduate hours beyond Masters Degree from Austin Peay State University. #VikingStrong#GoVikings
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Teaching Schedule

1st period Intro to Business and Marketing

2nd period Intro to Business and Marketing

3rd period Planning

4th period Intro to Business and Marketing

5th period Business Management

6th period Business Management

7th period (1) Business Management

7th period (2) Marketing and Management I Principles

 

Mock Interview Day

All business students will participate in Mock Interview Day. The dress code is professional "Dress for Success". Volunteers from the Clarksville area, Central (Office) Services, South Services, Guidance, and different branches of the Military will interview our students. Mock Interview Day is normally the first week of April. I will let you know when we get the final date approved.

Students will complete a portfolio that will include certain items. Although I have shared the item with the students, the list of items will be given at a later date.

Be Prompt

  • Be in class when the tardy bell rings
  • Bring a note if you have a legitimate reason for being tardy
  • Turn in assignments on time

Be Prepared

  • Notebook paper
  • Folder with brads and pockets
  • #2 pencil, pen with blue or black ink ONLY

Be Responsible

  • Be ready to work when the bell rings
  • Stay in your assigned seat at all times unless otherwise directed
  • Keep the room clear of trash, food, drinks, and gum.
  • You may have clear water only (per school rules)
  • Take care of furniture and equipment
  • Use school equipment for INSTRUCTIONAL purposes ONLY
  • Participate and be an asset to your groups and to the class
  • Obey all rules in the CMCSS Code of Conduct and the Northwest Handbook

Be Respectful

  • Respect yourself, fellow students, and teacher
  • Raise your hand if you have a question, comment, or concern and wait to be recognized
  • Speak at appropriate times with appropriate language
  • ABSOLUTELY no profanity
  • No personal grooming in the classroom
  • Be YOUR best at all times
  • Students are not allowed behind the teacher's desk or in the  document reader/sink area without permission

Be Honest

  • No cheating; results in an automatic zero; no redos
  • Return any borrowed items of a fellow classmate or the teacher before leaving the classroom