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October 8th, 2021

Senior Portrait Slots now open!

ATTENTION SENIORS AND SENIOR PARENTS!

PROSTUDIO7 has 90 slots open as of right now that they just made available for next Thursday, Oct. 14, Friday, Oct. 15, and Saturday, Oct. 16! So if SENIORS wants to do portraits on a non-school day and get awesome an casual image too, they should book with the link below asap!

www.rebrand.ly/cmcss2


September 29th, 2021

Social Media and School Safety Concerns

Good evening, CMCSS families,

Across the nation, schools are observing an increase in concerning student behaviors that are linked to social media, especially the app TikTok. As many CMCSS schools communicated with families a few weeks ago, an increase in vandalism and theft in schools and on buses was linked to a TikTok challenge. Recently, the District has been made aware of other planned challenges that promote crimes such as assaulting employees, sexual assault, and public nudity. 

“These social media challenges may appear to be harmless or fun to an adolescent, but what parents need to clearly understand is that these thoughtless actions will come with serious consequences,” stated Montgomery County Sheriff John Fuson. “I have heard some say ‘what is the big deal, it’s just a soap dispenser’ or ‘I was just messing around.’ The reality is, the damages left behind to school property and the invasion or violation of another student or staff member’s person can easily lead to thousands in fines and restitution for parents to pay and a felony offense for their child. I encourage parents to pay close attention to what their children are doing and intervene where it is needed. We plan to take the most appropriate action necessary to help resolve this issue and get their attention.”

In addition to concerns about TikTok challenges, there are other digital dangers like cyberbullying, child exploitation, sharing personal information, and offensive content. 

“Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) is the leading federal law enforcement agency that investigates crimes involving exploitation of minors,” said Nashville HSI Special Agent in Charge Jerry C. Templet Jr. “Our agents continually work with our local, state, and federal law enforcement partners to investigate and prosecute the perpetrators of these crimes and identify and rescue victims. While the internet is a great way to interact with friends and family, as well as meet new people, predators know this and actively stalk online meeting places such as chat rooms and social media sites. Education and community awareness regarding the dangers of online activity is extremely important.”

Finally, when a threat of violence is brought to our attention, we take it seriously and move forward to take the necessary action. Law enforcement and school officials work together to investigate. We will be vigilant in finding individuals responsible, and, as Sheriff Fuson has stated, “any and everybody involved will be charged and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.” 

School Resource Officers and CMCSS employees work diligently to keep our schools safe, but it takes the entire community working together to provide a secure educational environment. We are asking parents and guardians to please talk to their children about online safety, appropriate behaviors, and consequences for criminal behaviors and offenses in the Student Code of Conduct.

Additionally, please talk to your children about the importance of immediately reporting any safety concern to an adult. Whether it is on social media or in the schoolhouse, if you see or hear something, say something. Please report concerns of school violence to officials, do not post or repost rumors or threats on social media.

Thank you for your support.

The following are a few resources on internet safety for parents/guardians:


September 19th, 2021

Face Mask Requirement

On Tuesday, September 14, 2021, the CMCSS School Board established a face mask requirement for students and employees indoors in CMCSS facilities when physical distancing is not possible. This requirement will be effective Monday, September 20, 2021, and will be revisited by the School Board at each monthly Formal School Board Meeting through January 11, 2022, when the requirement is set to expire. Parent(s)/guardian(s) can opt their child out of this requirement.

To streamline the opt-out process for parents/guardians and minimize the paperwork burden on employees, the Technology Department sent an electronic form to parents/guardians via text and email on Sep. 16. If you did not receive a customized electronic form for your child or had trouble accessing the form, you can complete the opt-out form linked here and return to your child’s school nurse. Please contact your child’s school if you need support with the opt-out process.

To access the CMCSS COVID-19 Dashboard, health and safety protocols, previous health and safety updates, and more, please visit ​​cmcss.net/covid19


September 7th, 2021

Tennis Interest Meeting

There will be a short meeting in Lecture Hall A Wednesday, September 15 after school for those boys and girls interested in playing tennis.


August 24th, 2021

KHS Open House Thursday, Aug. 26 @ 5-7 PM

Parents and students are welcome to attend the KHS Annual Open House on Thursday, August 26 from 5 PM to 7 PM.  Parents can follow their student’s class schedules and meet the teachers!  Door Prizes will be available.  We hope to see you there!!  Find out more about the programs and activities offered to our students!

Parents of Seniors can stop by the Class Sponsor, Mrs. Smith’s room (C-106) for some information regarding upcoming Senior events.


August 24th, 2021

Student Parking Decals due August 31 for current drivers!

All students who drive to school and park on school grounds must have a parking decal for the 2021-22 school year.  The cost is $10 and the APPLICATION FORMS are in the front office or in Mrs. Smith’s classroom C-106.

Students must complete the application form and include a parent or guardian signature.  Students must also show their Driver’s License, up-to-date Registration, and current proof of Insurance to park on school grounds. The decal must be displayed on the driver’s side windshield.

THE DEADLINE FOR CURRENT DRIVERS IS AUGUST 31.

Decals will be sold throughout the year for students who begin driving after that date.

The application form and more details about school parking are on the website: https://khsdrivers.weebly.com

See Mrs. Smith in Room C-106 for questions or email at [email protected]


August 24th, 2021

Senior Portraits Appointment Times Update

ProStudio 7 has extended the appointment times into early September for Seniors 2022 who have not taken their formal yearbook pictures.  Please click on the website link provided and pick your date.  You will need to do this soon as the schedule will fill up again!

Seniors will need to take the pictures to be in the 2022 Yearbook.  You will also be able to purchase pictures if you choose to do so.

Please contact Alicia Archuleta with Yearbook related questions at [email protected].

Portrait Scheduler:  http://rebrand.ly/cmcss


August 13th, 2021

Senior Class 2022 Information

Please use the Senior Class Website link for information on Senior Pictures, Cap & Gown Ordering, Parking Permits, Prom, Graduation, and all things “Senior.”

“I am looking forward to working with our Seniors and parents this year!” – Jill Smith, Class Sponsor

SENIOR CLASS WEBSITE


August 12th, 2021

KHS Football Jamboree @ APSU, Friday, Aug. 13

All CMCSS High Schools participate in the annual Football Jamboree held at the APSU Stadium.

This year the games are being held at the APSU Stadium.  KHS will play at 7:30 PM.  Come on out and support our team!

 


August 11th, 2021

First Full Day of School – Thursday, Aug. 12

All CMCSS students will have their first full day of school for the 2021-22 school year on Thursday, August 12. Friday, August 13 will also be a full school day. KHS students may enter the building at 7:05 AM. Period 1 begins at 7:25 this year.  Please see the attached Bell Schedule and Student Calendar for this school year!

Student – Parent Calendar 21-22

2021-22 Bell Schedule