Upper School News: November 6 – November 10, 2017


Stone Norris finished 17th in the Division II Class A TSSAA Cross Country Championship with a time of 18:15. Great job Stone!


Model UN

Clarksville Academy was well represented with 37 delegates at this year’s Model United Nations Annual Conference held in Murfreesboro on November 3-5. With 1,000 students from all over Tennessee in attendance, this conference was the biggest yet. The countries of Brunei Darussalam [Will Mabry, Macy Truitt, Georgia Smith and Daniel Loos] and Latvia [Maggie Clark, Cheyenne Deibert, Brennen Morrow and Ben Truex]  had their resolutions ranked favorably enough in Committee on Friday to make it on Saturday’s docket in the General Assembly. Brunei’s resolution 17-7-4 was for the Colonization of the Earth’s Moon and Latvia’s resolution 17-2-3 was A Resolution to Encourage Discussion Regarding State Use of Information and Communication Technologies. Both of these resolutions came up for debate and Latvia’s resolution was passed by the Red General Assembly. At Sunday’s award ceremony Cheyenne Deibert was recognized for receiving an Outstanding Delegate Award and the Dominica team of Rosie Robinson, TJ Jenkins, Jason Herlick and Hunter Kueter received an Outstanding Resolution Award for their resolution 17-4-19 which was A Resolution to Improve Education in Developing World Countries.

Check out this story on one group’s MUN Bill:




There will be an interest meeting for any upper school  students interested in participating in the Rotary Club’s Youth Exchange on November 30th at 5:30 pm in the Dorothy Martin Library. Come hear 10th grader Will Mabry discuss his experience traveling to Italy last summer with this successful program. You can visit www.scrye.org for more information.



This week honors anatomy students used hand dynometer sensors with a Vernier interface to record grip and pinch strength in Newtons.  Students determined the effect of gender, height, and handedness on grip strength.  


Babysitting Certification

Do you have a young person who wants to be a babysitter? Or maybe older siblings who need to know how to care for younger siblings? Sign them up for this three day after school enrichment! 

Babysitting Certification using the Red Cross certification training and hands on experience with diapering training, basic first aid, and basic cooking skills.

Monday Nov 27, Tuesday Nov 28, Wednesday Nov 29, 3:15- 5:30pm Room 119
$80 Open to CA students Ages 11-15 (Limit 20 students)



Clarksville Academy Association (CAA) is the parent volunteer association of Clarksville Academy. There are many opportunities throughout the school year for parents, guardians, and grandparents to get involved by volunteering your time and/or contributions. We certainly hope you will join us in making CA an even greater place for our children, faculty and staff!  

Please contact Beth Mabry on how to get involved. bethfmabry@gmail.com


Box Top Contest

The CAA invites everyone to participate in our Box Tops Contest this year! When you turn in your Box Tops please label the baggie with your student’s name, grade and teacher (Lower School). A tally will be kept of all box top returns and a Pizza party will be awarded to the class with the most labels returned!  



The Fellowship of Christian Athletes would like to invite everyone to be a part of FCA this year! High School will meet in room #118 Coach Trent’s Room, Intermediate School will meet in Mrs. Drake’s room. Please make plans to attend Wednesdays at 7:15am, everyone is welcome!

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