May 2021 News

May 29th, 2021

Rossview High School 2021 Graduation

Congratulations to the Senior Class of 2021.  You did it.  Now, go out and do great things!

May 29th, 2021

Congratulations to our Track & Field Athletes


Congratulations to our Track & Field Athletes:

  • Torri James- TSSAA State Runner-Up in High Jump
  • Lydia Brunner-finished 7th in Triple Jump
  • Boys’ Track 4 x 800 team finished 6th.

May 26th, 2021

Tim Williams signs with Bethel University

Congratulations to Tim Williams who signed a basketball scholarship with Bethel University on Friday, May 21, 2021.

May 25th, 2021

Class of 2021 TN Promise Mandatory Webinar View

Class of 2021 TN Promise seniors have ONE WEEK remaining to view the TN Promise mandatory webinar.

To complete this requirement, students must:

  • Activate/log into tnAchieves CONNECT.
  • Navigate to Pathways.
  • View the webinar in its entirety and answer the questions.

June 1 is the deadline.

May 24th, 2021

RHS Summer School Bus Information

RHS Summer School Bus Information

For those students who have signed up for bus transportation to RHS this summer for summer school, the bus will PICK UP and DROP OFF students at one of three satellite locations.  These locations are Burt Elementary, Carmel Elementary, and St. Bethlehem Elementary.  The following are the pick up and drop off times for each location, along with the bus number:

Rossview High Satellite Stops

Bus #

Satellite Stop Location P/U Time D/O Time
14-08 Carmel Elementary 7:13 AM

1:52 PM


Burt Elementary 7:02 AM

2:02 PM

20-17 St. Bethlehem Elementary 7:18 AM

1:59 PM


If you have any additional questions, please email Mr. Lambert, the RHS summer school administrator at [email protected].

May 20th, 2021

RHS 2021 Graduation Information

Rossview High School

2021 Graduation Information


 Graduation Practice:  Monday, May 24 in the RHS Gym
 9:00am (A-G)                      10:30 (H-P)                        12:00 (Q-Z)


All Seniors planning to be in the ceremony are REQUIRED to attend the graduation practice.

May 19th, 2021

CMCSS 2021-2022 In-Person Learning Health and Safety Overview

CMCSS has communicated with families since last year that schools cannot eliminate the spread of COVID-19 during in-person learning, but our collective actions can help mitigate the spread. The District’s COVID-19 mitigation strategy has always been about using multiple layers to improve success, sometimes referred to as the Swiss Cheese model. For the 2021-2022 school year, CMCSS has been using the following primary mitigation layers:

  • Using MERV 13 instead of MERV 9 filters in all buildings
  • Increasing outdoor air ventilation
  • Employing enhanced two-step cleaning throughout buildings
  • Encouraging self-screening, masks, handwashing, covering sneezes, and staying home when sick for all students, employees, and visitors
  • Identifying opportunities to promote physical distancing when possible in schools
  • Replenishing hand sanitizing stations
  • Promoting the use of personal water bottles and filling stations while water fountains are shut down
  • Establishing School Health Screening Rooms
  • Providing vaccination opportunities and COVID-19 testing for employees and their families at Onsite Employee Health and Wellness Clinics
  • Updating and implementing the Return to School/Work Flowchart

To add more layers to CMCSS’ mitigation strategy, effective Monday, August 23, the following protocols will take effect when Montgomery County is experiencing high transmission levels:

  • Modifying custodial procedures to further increase the focus on two-step cleaning throughout the day and decrease focus on other areas (window cleaning, floor buffing, etc.)
  • Operating mechanical systems (HVAC) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as possible for each building’s situation to further increase filtration
  • Limiting nonessential visitors from the school environment at the discretion of building administrators, to include temporarily not allowing lunchtime visitors
  • Limiting indoor mass gatherings during the school day at the discretion of building administrators
  • Providing masks in school buildings and on transportation for those who request one
  • Increasing hand sanitizing stations in schools and on transportation

COVID-19 Exposure Response Plan

When a CMCSS student or CMCSS employee tests positive for COVID-19, they will need to notify either the school nurse (if they are a student) or their supervisor (if they are an employee). The medical office that performed the test will notify the Montgomery County Health Department for contact tracing. 

Click here for the current CMCSS Return to Work/School Flowchart developed by the CMCSS Safety and Health Department in collaboration with the Montgomery County Health Department. For the Spanish version, click here.

Events/Athletics Capacity

CMCSS will return to normal capacity for after-school events, meetings, and athletics for the 2021-2022 school year. CMCSS will continue following TSSAA’s guidelines for athletics. The district will keep families informed as guidelines are updated throughout the year.

Face Masks

Face masks are strongly encouraged for students, employees, and visitors inside buildings and on transportation. Families are encouraged to use their judgment on sending their student(s) to school with a mask and make whatever decision will be best for the health of their child(ren) or other members of their household. For more information from the CDC on the use of cloth face coverings to help slow the spread of COVID-19, click here


Employees will be expected to self-screen before entering school premises.

Self-screening protocols for students and visitors will continue. Families are strongly encouraged to engage in self-screening at home prior to each school day. Click here for updated guidance from the CDC regarding screening K-12 students for symptoms of COVID-19.

Self-Screening Protocol

Have you had any of the below symptoms as a new-onset in the past 72 hours? (This does not include chronic conditions)

  • fever of 100 degrees or greater
  • new onset of a cough
  • new onset of shortness of breath
  • new onset of sore throat
  • new onset of body aches
  • diarrhea
  • new onset of headache
  • new onset of loss of taste or smell
  • nausea or vomiting
  • congestion or runny nose
  • chills
  • fatigue

If “yes”, please consult your personal health care provider before returning to any CMCSS locations. Students, employees, and visitors who are sick must follow the CMCSS Flowchart.

Water Fountains

Water fountains will be closed during the 2021-2022 school year. Water filling stations will be open where available. Students should bring their own water bottles. 

Effective June 1, 2021; Updated Aug. 20, 2021. Reviewed Dec. 13, 2021. Subject to change based on updated guidance and local, state, or national recommendations or mandates. If you have any questions or feedback on the plan, please email [email protected]

May 19th, 2021

Senior Portrait Information for Class of 2022

CMCSS is using a new vendor for senior pictures, so things will be totally different than in the past! What hasn’t changed, is the fact that seniors must be photographed (formal and casual) by the CMCSS vendor (ProStudio7) to be featured in the yearbook.   Below are links to the an FAQ/Forum section and the link to schedule photos.

There will NOT be a make-up day at RHS for photos next fall, so schedule ASAP!

Link to schedule photos: //

Link to the Senior Forum/FAQ Section:

Link to Senior Portrait Information:

May 19th, 2021

Belles/Beaus Information

Attention upcoming sophomores and juniors-If you are interested in participating in Belles and Beaus for next year, please visit the RHS counseling website student opportunities page or this link: Bells/Beaus Info.  All details for this opportunity is posted online.

May 18th, 2021

Senior Walk “Class of 2021”

The Senior Class of 2021 walked the halls of the Rossview Complex on Tuesday, May 18.  Congratulations to all our seniors making it through one of the most challenging years ever.  Good Luck!