March 2023 News

March 30th, 2023

JaMarcus Signs with Lindsey Wilson College

Congratulations to JaMarcus Caldwell who signed a football scholarship with Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, Kentucky on Wednesday, March 29, 2023 at Rossview High.

March 27th, 2023

RHS Girls Track “Invitational of the South”

Girls track placed 3rd out of 21 teams on Saturday, March 25 at the Invitational of the South in Benton, KY.  Go Lady Hawks.

March 27th, 2023

RHS Honor Choir Performs at CMCSS High School Honor Choir

Congratulations to our choir students who participated in the CMCSS High School Honor Choir at Montgomery Central High School. They had an intense rehearsal schedule and gave a beautiful performance. Thank you for representing Rossview so strongly!

March 27th, 2023

THSSDL District 2 Tournament – Saturday March 25

  • The Rossview Playhouse cast and crew of THAT’S NOT HOW I REMEMBER IT by Don Zolidis won 1st place at the THSSDL ONE ACT PLAY COMPETITION for District II! Jaden Edwards won Best Actor, Mallory Skernivitz won Best Actress, and Josh Cooper, Dilynn Riddle, and Allie Wells all won All Star Cast awards. I am SO PROUD of these talented students who are THSSDL STATE BOUND in April!  Stay tuned for one last show on the RHS stage, April 19th at 7.00 PM for donations only to send them off well!
  • Speech team earned 2nd place in Interp Theatre for their piece, “What do you do?” Lindsay Lee won 1st place in Informative speaking, Vivian Ma won 1st place, Ray Marshall 4th place and Haley Montjoy 5th place in Impromptu, Aniston Poole took 3rd place in Humourous interp, Brady Davidson took 2nd, Carlie Viray took 3rd place, Owen Perrin took 4th place, and Saleen Hawwash took 5th place in TV broadcast in the District 2 Tournament Saturday. The team will be heading to the State Tournament in Memphis April 21st for the interp competition and the 22nd for individual events.

March 27th, 2023

Rossview JCL Places 2nd in State Competition


  • Our advanced Certamen team(Wyatt Roder) placed first and our intermediate Certamen team (Jia Do, Isabella Ochoa, Elias Richey, and Jacquie Kelly) placed second.
  • In art competitions and academics, nine out of fifteen students placed 1st-5th in at least one category.
  • Wyatt Roder had the top score on 11 out of 12 tests and won a 605 dollar scholarship to Nationals this summer as well as a first place for his promotional video.
  • Isabella Ochoa was elected as the new state Parliamentarian for TJCL.

March 27th, 2023

RHS Parent Newsletter March 24, 2023

March 22nd, 2023

Information for Families on TCAP Assessments in April

The Tennessee TCAP assessments (state standardized tests) will be administered in CMCSS beginning April 17, 2023.

  • Students in grades 3-5 will be completing the paper-pencil version of TCAP Achievement for English Language Arts, Math, and Science.
  • Students in grades 6-8 will be completing the computer-based version of the TCAP Achievement for English Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies.
  • Students in high school who are currently enrolled in Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, English I, English II, US History, and/or Biology will be completing the computer-based version of the TCAP EOC.

State law (T.C.A. § 49-1-617) establishes that the state assessments shall comprise a percentage, between 15% and 25%, of a student’s final grade for the spring semester. In CMCSS (policy INS-A023), it is 15%. Students absent on the day of testing receive a zero, following the attendance policy for excused and unexcused absences. Makeup opportunities are provided within the testing window.

NEW this year: Tennessee state law provides all students the opportunity to request additional time for completing TCAP assessments if needed. Teachers will provide students a reminder during each subtest of the TCAP to simply raise their hand if they feel they need a few extra moments to finish. The additional time available is equal to 20% of the time allotted for the test section being completed, which is approximately 5 to 17 minutes depending on the content area and subtest. Parents may also make the request for the additional time for their student by submitting a letter of request to the principal at their child’s school by Thursday, April 6. Students who are finished with the assessment or have submitted the computer-based assessment have acknowledged they do not need the additional time.

All students have the right to meaningful access and opportunities for participation in instruction. The strategies, accessibility, and accommodations used during instruction need to also be available to the greatest extent possible for assessments. Federal and state law require all public-school students in Tennessee, regardless of background, to be included in annual summative assessments. There are no opt-out options provided for state assessments in Tennessee. Students absent on the day of testing receive a zero, following the attendance policy for excused and unexcused absences. Makeup opportunities are provided within the testing window.

For more information on the TCAP testing schedule in CMCSS, click here.

March 20th, 2023

Creekwood Invitational Track Meet

Congratulations to the RHS Boys and Girls Track Teams who took first place at the Creek Wood Invitational Track Meet.   Here are some noteworthy individual performances by:

  • Casandra Rosencrants in the 400 meters
  • Kaitlyn McCloud in the 200 meters
  • Micah Parker & Xavier Estrada in the 400 meters. Xavier’s first race, placing 1st in his heat with a time of 58 seconds. Micah placed first with a time of 55 seconds!
  • Maxwell Strains dominated in the 300 meter hurdles.
  • The boys 4 X 800 took first place.
  • Andrew Brackett, Chris Schroth, Josh Crock and Brennon Wells dominated the 1600 taking 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place.
  • Andrew Brackett had a personal record in the mile with a time of 5 minutes and 19 seconds.
  • Isaac Perkins took first place in the 800m race with a time of 2 minutes and 18 seconds. Teammates Aiden Snyder, Nick Westphal and Joseph Brunner were close behind.
  • Hailey Rowland ran a sub 630 in the girls 1600m run!
  • Cheyenne Sims won first place in her heat on
    Thursday in the 800m, she placed 3rd overall!

March 20th, 2023

RHS Parent Newsletter March 17, 2023

March 16th, 2023

Information Sessions for College ROTC Scholarships Held April 18 – 19

Join the CMCSS JROTC leadership and other representatives to discuss ROTC scholarships and how to attend a military college.

Event Details:
April 18 – 19, 2023
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Central Services Gracey (621 Gracey Avenue)

What is a Military College?

Senior Military Colleges

The Citadel, Virginia Tech, Texas A&M, Virginia Military Institute, University of North Georgia, Norwich University

Six Senior Military Colleges (SMC) in the nation have Army ROTC programs which are part of a Corps of Cadets.

Why Choose a Senior Military College?

  • Graduates of Senior Military Colleges are Cadets who will be assessed onto Active Duty upon recommendation from their Professor of Military Science, they do not have to compete nationally for Active Duty.
  • Full tuition scholarships are available for those who qualify
  • Paid a personal stipend of $420/month while attending class
  • Paid a book allowance of $1,200 per year
  • SMC’s are steeped in tradition and offer students an organized lifestyle, enhanced leadership training, and superb training facilities
  • Cadets may choose to commission into the Army Reserves or the National Guard through the Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty option
  • Cadets quickly take on leadership roles and experience every level of leadership from top to bottom

Military Junior Colleges

Marion Military Institute, Valley Forge Military College, Georgia Military College, New Mexico Military Institute

Only four Military Junior Colleges (MJC) offer the unique opportunity to become an Army Officer in only two years.

Why Choose a Military Junior College?

  • Cadets can become an Army Officer in only two years through the MJC Early Commissioning Program (ECP)
  • Full tuition scholarships are available
  • Paid a book allowance of $1,200 per year
  • Paid a personal stipen of $420/month while attending class
  • Paid as a Cadet/E-5 in the Army Reserve or National Guard if enrolled in Simultaneous Membership Program (over $300/month)
  • MJC ECP Commissioned Officers qulaify for the Education Assistance Program, which pays full tuition and fees for the remaining two years at the follow on college and degree you choose OR elect to receive $10,000/year room and board
  • MJC Commissionionees earn time in service during their Junior and Senior year of college for promotions and retirement purposes
  • Values and character are emphasized from day one through graudation.
  • Respect for others is a key to succeeding at a MJC
  • MJCs instill pride and self-confidence through team-building, promotions, and leadership roles


For more information, including schools and locations, text MCINFO to 462769 (GOARMY) or visit this website

Presenter’s Contact Information
Glen A. Johnson
Recruiting Operations Officer
Cell: 270.300.7522
Office: 502.624.1904
[email protected]