CLARKSVILLE, TN – Tickets are on sale now for the “Innovation in Education” Breakfast hosted by the Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce October 6 at Mosaic Church. This new event is a community conversation featuring district leaders from the Clarksville-Montgomery County school system. Tickets cost $ 25 for members and $ 35 for non-members and are available at clarksvillechamber.com.
The Clarksville-Montgomery County school system is the seventh largest district in Tennessee, with a record number of nearly 38,000 students currently enrolled for the 2021-22 school year.
This event will focus on sharing the current and future growth plans of the CMCSS through the prism of the district’s strategic work. Each year, district leaders develop strategic goals and initiatives for the benefit of stakeholders. The objectives focus on the following: improving efficiency and effectiveness, improving student achievement, engaging the public in support of student achievement, and maximizing employee capacity. To find out more about the 2021-2022 strategic work, visit www.cmcss.net/strategic-work.
The district is always exploring new collaborative ways to communicate with stakeholders. A community-wide presentation allows for a large group conversation focused on the mission of educating and empowering students. Guests will have the opportunity to hear from several members of the administration and submit questions to the panel.
The panel of speakers will include:
- Angela Huff, Acting Director of Schools
- Sean Impeartrice, Director of Studies
- Jeanine Johnson, Director of Human Resources
- Norm Brumblay, Chief Operating Officer
- Chris Reneau, Chief Financial Officer
- David Holman, Chief Technology Officer
- Anthony Johnson, Director of Communications
The community is also invited to submit questions via this link. Depending on the number of questions submitted, not all questions may be answered during the limited time on stage; however, additional comments will be provided after the event. After the event, a recording will be available on the neighborhood website.
To purchase tickets, visit clarksvillechamber.com.