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July 2nd, 2020

District Offices Reopening

July 6 through July 31, Central Services Gracey will be open to the public by appointment only Tuesday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Enrollment Center at Greenwood will be open to the public by appointment only Tuesday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. To schedule an appointment, please review the list of topics below and email or call the respective point of contact.

Topic Email Phone
Accounting 931-920-7859, 931-920-7860, 931-920-7848, or 931-920-7816
Benefits 931-920-7810
Business Affairs (Other Inquiries) 931-920-7848
Certified Applications/Years Worked Verifications 931-920-7960
Certified Employee Concerns 931-920-7913
Certified Licensure 931-920-7919
Classified Applications 931-920-7962
Classified Employee Concerns 931-920-7423
Employee Loan Verifications 931-920-7814
Enrollment Center 931-542-5078 931-542-5078
Fingerprinting 731-920-7914
OJI/Safety 931-920-7836
Purchasing 931-920-7852 931-920-7797
Retirement 931-920-7966
Student Records 931-542-5051
Student Services 931-542-5069 931-542-5068
Sub Applications 931-920-7424


If you are unable to find a topic relevant to your needs, please call 931-648-5600 between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday – Thursday or email

On the day of an appointment, visitors will need to wait in their vehicles or outside of the building, call the number provided at the time the appointment was confirmed, and await further instructions for entering the building. Visitors will be required to wear face masks or cloth face coverings, and these will not be provided by CMCSS. It is important for visitors to check their temperatures before they arrive, cancel appointments if they or someone in their home are symptomatic (fever over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, cough or shortness of breath, sore throat, body aches, diarrhea, headache, or the loss of taste or smell), or if they have been exposed to anyone in the past 14 days who is positive for COVID-19 or is being tested.

Although the Enrollment Center will begin taking a limited number of registration appointments for students who are new to CMCSS or who have left the district and are returning, parents and guardians may begin the process online by visiting For most parents and guardians, after the process is started online, the only thing left to do is turn in required documents, such as proofs of residence, immunization records, and birth certificates. These documents can be turned in to the school or enrollment center when offices fully reopen.

Kindergarten Kickoffs that were originally scheduled for April 21 have been postponed with plans to reschedule in August. Parents and guardians of incoming kindergarteners may begin the enrollment process online. According to the State Department of Education, children entering kindergarten shall be five (5) years of age on or before August 15 of the current school year. CMCSS does not screen for early entry into kindergarten. Please know that kindergarten is not optional in Tennessee, and even if a parent has not been able to fully register their child, incoming kindergarteners will have a spot in a classroom at their zoned schools.

Central Services South, the Operations Complex, and individual school buildings will remain closed to the public until further notice.

March 12th, 2020

Corona Virus Update in CMCSS

Over the past few weeks, a Communicable Disease Team (CDT) comprised of leaders from CMCSS and the Montgomery County Health Department have been meeting regularly to review the latest guidance from the CDC, monitor the health and attendance of CMCSS students and employees, and make recommendations to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and other communicable diseases.

While the district has been implementing proactive measures to reduce the spread of illness, after reviewing the latest guidance, the CDT has made additional recommendations that will be communicated to parents and guardians via SchoolMessenger, video, social media, website, and local media today, Thursday, March 12.
All after school activities in CMCSS are cancelled today, March 12. Please refer to your email, the CMCSS website, and CMCSS social media
Travel – effective immediately, all school- or district-sponsored travel on for-hire transportation (charter bus, planes, etc.) for students and employees will be suspended through April 8.
The district will work with schools to make every reasonable legal effort to seek refunds for cancelled trips to the extent refunds are not extended upon the school’s cancellation. If costs are not refunded, the district will work with schools and parents to make efforts to provide reimbursements.
Trips via CMCSS transportation will continue to be reviewed on a case-by-case basis for approval. Travel will not be permitted to schools, districts, or other venues where there are school closures. Further guidance will be provided should there be any school or district closures.
The CDT will continue to monitor best practices and will provide further guidance ahead of April 8.

COVID-19 information is continuing to evolve as the experts learn more about this disease. We know there is a lot of fear and anxiety around this pandemic, and we assure you the CDT is continuously monitoring this situation. While education is important, the health and well-being of our students and staff are far more significant. We will continue to update you, and we welcome your questions and feedback.

March 4th, 2020

Band Competition

Today Viking Band performed at the Middle Tennessee Concert Performance Assessment where they were scored on their performance of 2 pieces.We are so proud to say that our Viking Band scored straight superior ratings qualifying them for the TMEA State Festival later this spring!

March 3rd, 2020

Drill Team

The JROTC Drill team competed in the Red River Brigade Drill Meet over the weekend.   They finished 1st place in the LET 1 Armed Squad, LET 1 Color Guard, Unarmed Platoon, Unarmed Drill Inspection, and the Armed Drill Inspection.  The team earned 4 individual medals, to include Kaley Coon, who won 1st place for Armed Drill Knockout.  The team was crowned The 2020 Red River Brigade Overall Drill Champions!!   The next goal is to travel to the 7th Brigade Drill Championships at Ft Knox, Kentucky and spread a little more Viking Excellence.

February 4th, 2020

Class Rings

Jostens will be back this Friday, February 7th to deliver your Class Rings and Adidas backpack during lunch hours. Balances must be paid in full. You can pay online at

February 4th, 2020

Wrestling Results

The boys wrestling team participated in JV State this weekend and had 3 medalists:

Derek Garis 4th place

Jordan Caldwell 2nd Place

Casey Fuaau 1st Place


Your Lady Viking Wrestling Team wrestled in the West Region Individual Tournament and placed 2nd as a team and had the following medalists:

Roseanna Vaughn 4th

Brette Spink 3rd

Taylor Rickley 3rd

Lily Chantler 4th

All of these girls will represent the Vikings at the TSSAA State Tournament on February 21st.

November 14th, 2019

Wrestling Tournament

The wrestling team hosted their Viking Invitational Tournament this past weekend and this was a huge success. A lot of the wrestlers got their first taste of victory and the following wrestlers went undefeated-

Taylor Rickley

Cooper Palmieri

Austin Freeman

Shayra Calderone

All the wrestlers demonstrated the Viking Strong mentality and represented the school very well.

November 14th, 2019

Choir Recognition

This past Monday and Tuesday, our very own Logan Stewart (Senior, Bass 2 in Mainstream Choir) participated in the Middle Tennessee Vocal Association Choir rehearsals in Brentwood Tennessee. This concluded with a performance last night which was amazing! Over 3000 students from Middle Tennessee auditioned for this opportunity and Logan was one of 120 men selected not only for Mid-State Men’s Choir, but he is also going to be performing with the All-State Men’s choir in February where students from all over the state have auditioned to be accepted. Logan not only represents his school, but he also is the only student to make it into either Mid-State or All-State in the entire Montgomery County District. Acceptance into All-State means that he ranked in the top 40 of 120 accepted out of the 3000+ that auditioned. I am very proud of Logan and we are all expecting great things from him.

Another accomplishment comes from our very own Lacey Patterson (Soprano 1 in Mainstream Choir) who was accepted to sing in a 1000 voice choir that will be performing at the Ryman Auditorium with the Nashville Pops Orchestra and soloist Kathie Lee Gifford in their concert “1,000 Voices of Christmas”. This is an accomplishment that was awarded to her for her involvement in other community events such as the Welcome Home Veteran’s Wreath Laying Ceremony at Beachaven Winery and for her participation with the Middle Tennessee Vocal Association. Lacey has a BEAUTIFUL voice and we are lucky to have her with us representing Northwest High School at the Ryman Auditorium this coming Sunday, November 17th. This event will later be televised on national television sometime in December.

September 30th, 2019

October 1st Bell Schedule

Tuesday, October 1, 2019
7:30-7:35 1st Period for Announcements & Attendance
7:35-7:40 Students dismissed to Testing Locations via announcement
7:40-11:55 Test Administration
11:55 All tests should be complete by this time
Wait for dismissal via announcement
12:00-1:25 5th Period/Lunch *Bells turned on
*Report to 5th period or A lunch
A Lunch 12:00-12:25
B Lunch 12:30-12:55
C Lunch 1:00-1:25
1:30-1:55 6th Period
2:00- 2:25 7th Period

September 30th, 2019


Jostens will be back this Friday during lunch hours and after school from 3-5pm to receive your 2020 Graduation and letter jacket orders.Please bring your completed order form and $60 down payment.