• SkillsUSA Receives Generous Donation

    On December 12th, the Ladies Auxiliary VFW Post 1894 supported the Clinton Chapter of SkillsUSA with a Bingo night.

    There was a large turnout and many winners, including a SkillsUSA student winning over $1,000 and another student's friend winning over $500!

    The Ladies Auxiliary VFW donated $500 from the fundraiser to the Clinton Chapter of SkillsUSA. This generous donation will be used by SkillsUSA to defray costs of student leadership conferences and competitions.

    SkillsUSA is made up of students from the following CTS programs:  Automotive Technology, Building Trades, Computer Information Systems, Health Occupations, Machine Tool Technology and Welding.

    Pictured below are: Mr. Brad Stone (CTS teacher), Mrs. Mrs. Corlene Wilson (Ladies Auxiliary VFW Post 1894), Mrs. Barbara Houk (CTS teacher) and Mr. Marty Mitchell (CTS teacher)



    Come Support Your Cardinals

    The 93rd Annual Boys and 40th Annual Girls Clinton Basketball Tournaments will be held the week of January 22nd.  Brackets can be found here.  Our CHS Cardinals would love your support!



    Important Information for CHS Parents 

    The Henry County Library is excited to partner with the Clinton School District to provide free electronic e-library cards to Clinton High School students.
    All Clinton High School students will soon be able to use their student ID numbers to log-on to educational databases provided by the Henry County Library. Their student ID card numbers will operate in place of a traditional library card but only allow access to online materials. Student ID numbers cannot be used to check-out physical library materials. This service provides students access to educational electronic materials without students having to worry about keeping track of physical materials or incurring any fines for late items.
    Please be aware that the content offered through these databases covers a wide range of topics, and though a majority of the databases are educational and focused on school-aged children, a few of the databases also contain materials for adults. Responsibility for the student’s use of electronic materials rests with the parent or guardian. The Henry County Library and the CSD are not responsible for the material that is accessed.
    If you DO NOT wish for your student to have an electronic e-library card you can opt your student out of the program by completing an "opt-out" form and returning to Suzanne Bush at Clinton High School by Tuesday, Jan 30th. Forms can be found here, as well as in the CHS office. Failure to turn in this form will be taken as consent to set your child up with a free electronic e-card.
    If you should have questions regarding this new resource, please contact the Henry County Library at 885-2612.
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    Great Opportunity Provided by Parents as Teachers




    Blue Light Special

    Bright Futures Clinton is excited to announce....BLUE LIGHT SPECIAL.

    Uniformed first responders (law enforcement, fire, and EMTs) will receive free breakfast and lunch, when school is in session, at several locations around the Clinton School District. See flyer below for more details.

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  • CSD Mission

    The Clinton School District exists to inspire students to be flexible and adaptive life-long learners, equipping them to succeed.