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    Due to icy road conditions and extreme cold temperatures, Clinton Schools will not be in session on Tuesday, November 13th.
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    A Cardinal Thanksgiving

    Parents and Guardians.....Join us for a Cardinal Thanksgiving!

    Your child’s school will be serving their Thanksgiving meal on the dates and times listed here and you are invited to join your child(ren) for lunch. Adult lunches are $2.80.

    To help kitchen staff prepare, YOU MUST RSVP BY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH. Please go here to see each school's RSVP procedures.  We are very excited to welcome you into our schools for a special meal with your child. If you should have additional questions, please call your child's school office.

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    Fall Play

    The CHS Theater Department invites you to join them for A Midsummer Night's Dream.

    Students will be performing this classic, November 16th and 17th at 7:00 and November 18th at 3:30.

    Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students.

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    8th Grade Engineers

    It was a busy week of cutting PVC pipe, drilling, and assembling in Mrs. Hill's STEM class.

    Clinton Middle Schools students are building an underwater Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV). Through this project, students are learning about a variety of concepts including, robotics, engineering, science and math.

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    Learning Through Play

    Imaginative play is so important for children, and our Early Childhood Center provides some pretty amazing opportunities for our littlest Cardinals.

    Students in Ms. Julia's class have been busy preparing for the upcoming holidays at their “Bakers Man Bakery”. Through play, students are developing language, social, and problem solving skills. They are learning and don't even know it!

    See more pictures here.

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    AP Biology

    The rigorous hands-on learning continues at Clinton High School!

    Students in Mr. Tennal's AP (Advanced Placement) Biology class participated in labs this week to create organic polymers that posses life-like characteristics.

    See more pictures here.

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