October 14, 2021

In the news: School Lunches

Today, I was in The Leaf-Chronicle concerning the local School lunch issues. Check out my former article for more context. Click here to read the full article.

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October 11, 2021

School lunches are fine? Ok, it’s time for accountability…

Chicken nuggets in a bag

My daughter first brought the school lunch problems to our attention by sharing she was given five chicken nuggets in a literal bag for lunch. We thought she was joking, but upon further investigation, we found out she was not. Then at a recent school board meeting, the interim Director of Schools mentioned that new vendors wouldn’t take us on …

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October 6, 2021

CMCSS Power Breakfast

It was my pleasure to host through Mosaic Church and open in prayer at the Clarksville Chamber of Commerce‘s Power Breakfast for the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System. At this event, community members attended as we heard from all the current CMCSS Leadership Cabinet and about the areas of their oversight. I am so thankful to have been asked to be …

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October 5, 2021

Time with Congressman Mark Green

Congressman Mark Green

Today, I had a great time with Congressman Mark Green at the Montgomery County Republican Women’s Meeting at the Tanglewood House in Clarksville, TN. A highlight from his talk was how United States House Republicans, among others things, want to abolish the Department of Education to keep money and decisions for education stateside. I would be a huge advocate for …

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September 14, 2021

First Speech announcing run for School Board

Aron Maberry for School Board - District 7

Read by Aron Maberry during Public Participation at the September 14, 2021 School Board meeting: Hello, my name is Aron Maberry.  I am a graduate of the Clarksville Montgomery School system.  I attended East Montgomery, Richview, Clarksville High, and ultimately Rossview High School.  I am a father of three amazing children, a Kindergartner, 4th grader, and 9th grader who attend …

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