October 29, 2021

East Montgomery’s Fun Festival

Every year my Elementary School alma mater and my Campaign Treasurer’s School (she is a teacher at EMES), East Montgomery Elementary School, has an annual Fall Festival. Sadly, last year because of Covid we were unable to have it. I was so thankful to be able to help our school’s PTO run games for hours in the theater. It was …

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October 22, 2021

Thanks for the invitation Richview…

This morning I had a GREAT time leading the first meeting of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Richview Middle School! There were close to 200 students in attendance – I was blown away! I got to share the testimony of how, as a 14-year-old freshman at Clarksville High School, I came to Christ. I am so thankful for the …

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October 21, 2021

Yes CMCSS, we have a school lunch problem…

Recently I attended a meeting in which staff members of CMCSS stated that there is a lot of misinformation floating around and that there is no problem with our school lunches. They also stated they have been asking the school lunch staff to take pictures of the food, staged – before it is served so that if any pictures go …

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October 20, 2021

Another great day with Leadership CMCSS

I am continually thankful to be a part of the great Leadership CMCSS program. Today, we got to spend the day with the Operations staff, we toured the Madison Street Operations facility, got to learn more about the security and safety of our students (in a cool Matrix-like room), got to tour the new Kirkwood campus, rode a new propane-fueled …

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October 17, 2021

In the news: Aron Maberry joins America’s Newsroom with Dana Perino

Aron Maberry on Fox News

Recently I was in The Leaf-Chronicle concerning the school lunch situation in the Clarksville Montgomery County School System. As a result of that article, representatives from America’s Newsroom with Bill Hemmer and Dana Perino on The Fox News Network reached out to me to speak more on the topic. Check out this previous article for more information on the story.

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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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