Weekly News: January 22 – January 25, 2019

Photography Winners

Jacob Robison and Midge Barger’s photography was selected to represent the Middle Tennessee Regional Student Art Exhibition at Belmont University.  Their work was chosen from 790 entries.  Only 96 works of art were chosen for this show.  Their work has been on display the past month at Belmont University’s Leu Center for Visual Arts.



Congratulations to our Bowling team for the run at the State Tournament!  Congratulations to Leah Hayes for finishing 3rd in the DII Bowling State Tournament and being selected at Miss Bowler of the Year for the 2nd time!

Congratulations to the CA Boys Bowling Team (Tyler Lucas, Luke Poston, Tyler Jones, Zach Austin, Dalton Daniels, Mitch Westerbeck, and Bryson Batson) on their DII Bowling State Tournament Appearance! We are so proud of all these students and their hardwork this year!


Kindergarten Preview

All current PreK students and parents are invited to a Kindergarten preview on Wednesday, January 30 at 3:00 P.M. This event will give you a sneak peek into our Kindergarten program.  Join us for refreshments, class tours, and important information about the 2019-2020 Kindergarten year.


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/


Dominican Republic

Follow along on our Spanish trip to the Dominican Republic by reading Coach Magrans blog.


Dress Code

New dress code policies went into effect today, Tuesday, Jan 22.  Everyone should have received an email from our Student Council President regarding these.  Please contact your Head of School with questions regarding these changes.



FCA would like to thank those who donated and everyone who participated in our Christmas Dress Down Day. The money raised fulfilled all of our Christmas projects! We would also like to thank the Lower School teachers and students for decorating the Christmas cards for the nursing homes, they were beautiful.

Christmas Projects:

• Christmas dinner and gifts for four Angel Tree families

• $100.00 donation to Manna Café.

• 353 beautifully decorated Christmas cards to three local nursing home residents.

• BioSand water filter, chickens, fishing net, mosquito net, gospel tracts to help support Gospel for Asia.

• $100.00 donation to missionaries Jeff and Mary Beth Meyers.

• Cleft lip surgery for a child through the Smile Train.

• $100.00 donation to St. Jude Hospital.

Thank you and Happy New Year!


Communication of School Closing

When inclement weather prevents us from coming to school or causes us to be late, school closing information can be found on News Channels 2, 4, 5, and Fox 17, the Leaf Chronicle and Clarksville Now.  We will also email and send text notification.  Our website will have any school closing information posted as well.  We will do our best to quickly assess the situation and make an announcement.  We do not follow Montgomery County School System in these closings.


Annual Giving

Over the course of our first semester one way we have used our annual funds is to purchase a much needed software system for our enrollment management offices.  This new system will help us track students as they inquire about CA and follow them throughout the enrollment process.  It will allow our admissions office to better serve our future and current students.  This is one of the many things that doesn’t merit a tuition increase, but is best served by our annual funds.

As you can see, we have already made strong use of the annual funds already committed, but we need your help to continue to improve our school.  We have plans for additional professional development opportunities, emerging needs like AED machines, technology needs, updating our library to be a Makerspace, and continuing to boost our security with upgraded cameras, mag strike doors and more.  If you have any questions about annual giving, please contact Sally Allen at sallen@clarksvilleacademy.com.

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