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Lower School Tag

Organization 101

Kayla Morgan, FUSE Coordinator When I was asked to write a blog post on organization, I giggled. Me? Organized? Yet… Read More >

What to Know as Your Child Leaves Kindergarten

By: Frances Traughber, Kindergarten Teacher Children grow and change so much during their kindergarten year.  They have made new friends,… Read More >

Going Back to School

By: Amy Burchett, Admissions Director & Christie Burger, Admissions Whether you are new to your child’s school community or have… Read More >

Fine Arts-Why they are important

By: Debbie Hollis, Fine Arts Chair The study of the Arts as part of a well rounded education dates back… Read More >

A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words

By: Cindy Williams, Third Grade Teacher, Reading Specialist We all remember some of our very first picture books that were… Read More >

Homework–Do we need it?

By: Patrick Miller, Intermediate Math Teacher Why is Homework Important? What does my child gain from doing work outside the… Read More >

Inquiry Based Learning

By: Carol King, FUSE Instructor As the world that our children are growing up in is changing, the way they… Read More >

Shaping the Next Generation

By Joanne Askew, Lower School Science What best describes the future member of the workforce? A person who is a… Read More >

Sherry Alsup

Sherry Alsup is a PreK teacher at Clarksville Academy. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from… Read More >

Marla Clemments

Marla Clemments teaches Second Grade at Clarksville Academy. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Austin Peay… Read More >