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Fetters Receives Recognition

Congratulations! National Federation of High Schools Coaches Association is recognizing Clarksville Coach Lance Fetters as the Arkansas 2018-19 State Coach of the Year and Sectional Coach of the Year in Girls Swimming & Diving. The NFCA recognizes Sectional Coaches for distinguished work with interscholastic activities.
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Clarksville School District’s first-ever VEX IQ Challenge robotics competition

Saturday, January 25, Clarksville Elementary and Clarksville Middle Schools hosted Clarksville School District’s first-ever VEX IQ Challenge robotics competition. The competition took place in the Panther Game Center with 31 elementary and middle teams from Clarksville, Russellville, Harrison, Van Burean, London, River Valley Homeschoolers, and Dover participating.

In a VEX IQ Challenge, two robots compete in the Teamwork Challenge as an alliance in 60 second long teamwork matches, working collaboratively to score points. Teams also compete in the Robot Skills Challenge where one robot takes the field to score as many points as possible. These matches consist of Driving Skills Matches, which will be entirely driver controlled, and Programming Skills Matches, which will be autonomous with limited human interaction.
VEX IQ Challenge Squared Away is played on a 4’x8’ rectangular field with 35 3” diameter balls and 7 cubes. The object of the game is to score as many points as possible with your alliance partner in one of two ways: by scoring balls in or on cubes, and by moving cubes to their respective scoring zones.
Clarksville Elementary robotics teams are
Turbo Bots: Kam Pipkins, Ryan Lensing, Drake Pearson, and Chase Cadman
Robo Pros: Ty Kimbrough, Braxton Tackett, Maddox Vergara, and Carson East
Gadget Girls: Samantha Montelongo, Lillian Schouweiler, Emma Wiggins—Bratton, and Jordyn Warren
Coaches are Nikki Patterson and Andrea Lensing.

CMS 6th grade team: Angel Yount, Kale Porter, Olivia Pipkins, Emiliano Zuniga, and Penelope Wilson
CMS 7th grade team: Carley Flurry, Jackson Snow, Jackelyn Bautista
The Clarksville Middle School robotics coaches are Anne Nelson and Cristy Snow.
Clarksville Elementary and Middle School look forward to more competitions in the future and continuing to host a competition again next year. We thank our parents and volunteers for their support!
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Snow Day January 22nd

Clarksville School District has declared this day as a snow day. Please refer to your building’s website and follow the plan for alternative methods of instruction (AMI). The Information for an AMI day will be listed. Please follow the guidelines for the AMI day.
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Little Panthers’ Bookmobile!

Clarksville Primary School is very happy to announce that the Little Panthers’ Bookmobile will be visiting our school this year twice each month.
Students will receive books to take home to read and enjoy with their families. The best part is—the children will get to keep the books to create or add to their own personal libraries!
The Little Panthers’ Bookmobile will be funded by a $5,000.00 grant from the Johnson County Community Foundation, and $5,000.00 Scholastic Bucks from the bookfairs at Clarksville Primary School Library. Clarksville Primary School students and staff say, “Thank you for helping us share the love of reading!”
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Elizabeth Sanderson, agri teacher/FFA advisor, announced she had received notification that the Clarksville FFA will be featured in the spring edition of the New Horizons magazine. This magazine is a publication delivered to every FFA member, advisor and alum in the world, which adds up to approximately 600,000 people. Mrs. Sanderson said the magazine editor had heard about the diversity of our Chapter and about how we are making things work for us. Over the next few weeks the students and Mrs. Sanderson will be interviewed. This is very exciting news for our FFA Panthers! Congatulations.
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🐾Clarksville School District is looking for a few good volunteers!! If you are wanting to make a difference in the life of a child, ONE HOUR per week, here is your chance!

Similar to Big Brothers/Big Sisters this is mentoring at its finest. WE NEED YOU!! PM me or feel free to email for more details.🐾

(We will also come speak to your church group, civic club, or other organization!)
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Board Meeting

Tonight’s school board meeting will be held as scheduled. The meeting will take place in the Jr High Media Center at 6 PM.
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Agriculture Panthers Rack up at Johnson County Fair

Clarksville kids worked very hard over the spring and summer to prepare for show season. You should be proud of the way these Panthers represented our school, and their community!

Here's a list of the accomplishments earned at the Johnson County Fair:
-Grand Champion Commercial Heifer
-Grand Champion Commercial Dairy Cow
-Grand Champion Overall Mare
-Grand Champion Overall Gelding
-Reserve Grand Champion Breeding Beef
-Reserve Grand Champion Commercial Ewe
-Junior Showmanship Winner-Horse
-Senior Showmanship Winner-Lamb
-Senior Showmanship Winner-Horse
-1st Place Overall Livestock Judging
-4th Place Overall Livestock Judging
-1st Place Western Ranch Pleasure
-1st Place Western Pleasure
-2nd Place Reining
-1st Place Class Market Goat
-3rd Place Overall Breeding Doe
-3rd Place Overall Market Goat
-3rd Place Commercial Doe
-Tie for 1st place-Rate of Gain (Lamb)
-Best Rate of Gain (Goat)

Thank you all for your continued support of our agriculture program!

Way to go Panthers!
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Registrar Information Updated

Registrar Office is Closed on
Monday, July 29, through Wednesday, July 31.

Registrar will be open on Thursday, Aug. 1.
If you wish to register before this date, you may go to the various buildings to
complete this process.

***One exception: High School Registration will not be available until Thursday.

Clarksville Primary School: Grades K-1.
Clarksville Elementary School: Grades 2-5.
Clarksville Middle School: Grades 6-7.
Clarksville Junior High: Grades 8-9.
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