May 2, 2022

Talking about the Code of Conduct and behavior issues in our district

Aron Maberry for School Board

Last week Interim Director of Schools Dr. Huff addressed the School Board about the escalating behavioral issues happening in our district.  I have voiced my concerns on this topic in the past in School Board meetings and it is one of my main concerns as I look forward to joining you on the Board in October.  Since running for School …

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January 10, 2022

Submitted candidate petition to the Election Commission

Aron Maberry submitted Canidate Petition

I’m excited to announce that I have submitted my candidate petition to the Election Commission and now will be on the primary ballot in May and in the election in August for School Board in District 7 in Clarksville Montgomery County, TN. Thank you to all of you who have shown your support! Here is to change to create more …

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December 3, 2021

Parents stepping up in the community…

It was an honor to share last night at the Freedom Fighting Collective monthly meeting. Let me encourage all parents in the Clarksville Montgomery County area to get connected to this group if you stand with me desiring more transparency, accountability, and parental rights in our school system. This group is comprised of parents and community members who desire these …

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November 19, 2021

Leadership CMCSS tour of Barksdale and Rossview High…

Today I had the opportunity to visit the Spanish Immersion Program at Barksdale Elementary and to see the fine arts and JROTC programs at my alma mater Rossview High School. What a day! I was so impressed by the Spanish Immersion Program – hearing Kindergarteners speaking only Spanish was incredible. Also, Dr. Garcia – Marty was truly such an incredible …

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November 17, 2021

New School Board district maps are set…

The planning commission has released the new School Board distinct maps. This is not to be confused with the new upcoming school zone maps (which will show the new school lines for all our schools with the incoming Kirkwood schools). District 7, the district in which I am running, is in green and has practically doubled in size. If you …

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October 31, 2021

Voter Registration

I’m thrilled that today we were able to register 30 new voters! Make sure you are registered to vote – your vote matters.

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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 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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