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)
Clinton Schools will not be in session Friday, April 19th.
Schools will also be closed on Monday, April 22nd for staff professional development.
Summer School 2019 will be held June 3-28 at Henry Elementary from 8:00-2:30 (doors open at 7:30)
Students entering kindergarten-6th grade are encouraged to attend, and enjoy the fun during this year's Summer Safari theme. Several field trips are planned, as well as prize drawings for attendance!
Free breakfast (8:00) and lunch (11:00-12:00) will be available to ALL students attending summer school, as well as to anyone in our community under the age of 18.
Transportation will run two bus routes during summer school, routes can be found here. For more information regarding transportation, please call 885-2644.
After-school care will also be available from 2:30-5:30. Please call 885-5585 for more information.
Enrollment forms will be sent home with students on April 23rd, or can be picked up in the school office.
Come check out our CHS Creative Cardinals in their spring play at the CHS Performing Arts Center.
*April 26th and 27th @ 7:00
*April 28th @ 6:00
*$5 adults/$3 children
****Please keep in mind, "911 Rescue: HELP" may not be appropriate for all audiences, especially very young children. It looks at life from the point of view of a 911 operator in the hot seat.****
Unique Learning at CECC
From "Tasty Tuesday" to "Work Together Wednesday", our CECC students have quite the experience at their school.
Students took on the challenge of working together as they moved a hula hoop all the way around their circle.
Students also enjoyed making fruit salsa and had fun trying new fruits like kiwi and mango.
See more pictures here.
Students Win Essay Contest
Congratulations to CHS students, Miles Bailey and McKenna Mason who were selected as finalists for Osage Valley Electric Cooperative's Youth Tour Essay Contest.
Miles was selected to attend the Washington D.C. Youth Tour this summer. McKenna will be attending the Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience in Jefferson City.
Through these opportunities, Miles and McKenna will gain knowledge about our national and state governments, as well as experiencing the history of our state and nation's capitals.
As a result of each of them being selected as one of the four finalists, Clinton High School will be awarded two $500 grants. Miles and McKenna will be a part of the decision process on how this money is spent.
Pictured Below: Jana Rosier, Member Services Director of Osage Valley Electric Cooperative, Miles Bailey, McKenna Mason and Jarrod Steffens, Clinton High School Principal