We are so proud of both of our Basketball teams for all their successes this season! Both fought hard all season long and were able to compete in the State Tournament. Our girls team made school history and we are so proud of all their firsts this season!
All Tuition Assistance applications must be filed by Friday, March 1. If you have questions regarding the application please contact the Business office at 647-6311.
Dr. Seuss Week
This week our Lower School is celebrating Dr. Seuss Week! There are lots of fun days planned! See a list below!
- Monday 2/25
Mixed Up Monday – wear your polka dot leopard with your Zisser-Zazzer-Zuzz, stripes, plaids, or checkers with fuzz.
- Tuesday 2/26
Top Hat Tuesday – Wear something silly on top of your head “Wear a crazy hat or wig,” the cat said.
- Wednesday 2/27
Wacky Wednesday – wear your clothes backwards, inside out, or mismatched. Wild hair and mustaches are encouraged!
- Thursday 2/28
Snoozy Thurzzzzzday – Some days it is hard to get out of bed. No need to get dressed. Wear pajamas instead.
- Friday 3/1
Fox in Socks Day – wear crazy socks!!Also on Friday, there will be a Sock Hop after school for our Lower School Students. This will take place from 3-5PM and you should RSVP to your child’s teacher. Cost is $10 and money raised will go to support our Teacher in Residence Program in Africa this summer.
Have you seen our new video? We’d love you to share it on social media or with friends or neighbors you think would be interested in CA.
Engage, Embrace, Empower
Clarksville Academy is blogging! Our new blog launched the week of Thanksgiving and will post twice weekly. The hope of this blog is to offer insights for parents. We will discuss a variety of topics from technology, to parenting ideas, ways to prepare your child for testing, long breaks, etc. We hope you will choose to subscribe and to encourage your friends to do so as well. These blogs will not be CA centered, but will offer insights for any parent at any school. Subscribe at: https://clarksvilleacademy.com/category/engage-embrace-empower/
All Items in the Cougar Store are 50% off! Lots of Adult Small and Mediums left. If you say you saw this in the newsletter, you will get an extra discount at check out. Go Cougars!!!!
Our Annual Fund giving has increased this year, but we still haven’t met our goal. In order to cover the needs of our school, we continue to need annual funds. This year annual funds are being directed to Security upgrades, Staff Professional Development, and facility improvements to name just a few. As we continue to look ahead, we have a few projects on the horizon. Our goal is to replace the metal doors at the entrances to our main building and Activities Center. These new doors would include a automated locking system and card swipe entrances. This comes at a cost over $200,000. We would also like to add additional parking to the front of campus, which will require major dirt work and a retaining wall. This would add approximately 20-30 much-needed parking spaces and come at a cost of $25,000. If you are interested in supporting either of these projects or would like to contribute to annual giving, please contact Sally Allen at email@example.com.
- March 1 – Tuition Assitance Deadline
- March 20-22 – Lower School Grandparent’s Day Celebrations
- March 25-29 – Spring Break – No School
- April 6 – Prom
- April 13 – Steak Dinner
- April 19-22 – Easter Break