CHS-7:45-3:00 (early dismissal 12:15)
CMS-7:40-2:50 (early dismissal 12:15)
CIS-8:15-3:15 (early dismissal 12:45)
Henry-8:20-3:20 (early dismissal 12:50)
CECC-8:20-11:40 (AM Classes)
12:20-3:40 (PM Classes)
8:20-3:40 (All Day Classes)
Save Money AND Support the CSD
It's time for Major Saver Cards!
February 1st-February 19th students at Clinton Intermediate School and Henry Elementary will be selling these great little discount cards. Cards can also be purchased online by going here.
All proceeds from the sales of these cards directly support the Education Foundation for Clinton Students Inc. Last year, over $11,000 was raised through the sale of Major Saver cards.
The Education Foundation for Clinton Students Inc. funds many projects in Clinton School District classrooms that fall slightly beyond funded activities and budget limitations.
These cards are a great way to support the school district, while also saving a little cash yourself.
District Basketball Tournament
Congratulations to Coach Brett Pierce and the CHS boys and Coach David Rogers and the CHS girls for earning the #1 seed in this week's District Tournament, which will be held in Clinton.
Please make note of the changes below to Tuesday's boy's games.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH GAMES:
*Games at Clinton High School
4:00 start - #4 Eldon vs #5 Knob Noster
5:15 start - #1 Clinton vs #8 Sherwood
*Games at Clinton Middle School
4:00 start - #2 Warsaw vs #7 Holden
5:15 start - #3 Versailles vs #6 Butler
Brackets can be found here.
Biology Students Brave Elements
CHS Wildlife Biology students recently braved the elements to get a first hand experience of what a wildlife biologist does.
Mr. Tennal's students began a tree inventory of the school grounds that will last until May and cumulate into a highly detailed field guide of each species and its location within each of the 10 plots.
Challenging 1st Graders
In first grade, students are challenged to use Story Elements (character, setting, problem, lesson, etc) to summarize the books they read.
This activity helps students to fully understand what they have read, as well as providing for deeper levels of comprehension.
Click here to see more students in Mrs. Petry's class, showing what they learned.