• Kindergarten Round-Up

    If you have a child who will be 5 on or before July 31, 2018, please make plans to join us for Kindergarten Round-Up.  

    This important event will be held Tuesday, March 20th from 5:30-6:30 at Henry Elementary. Parents and students will have the opportunity to meet the kindergarten teachers, tour the building and learn important readiness and enrollment information. Parents will also have the opportunity to schedule a screening appointment.

    If you have any questions, please call Henry Elementary at 885-5585.



    Spring Break 

    Clinton Schools will be closed March 26-30.

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    Nominate TODAY!

    The Clinton School District, along with the Education Foundation for Clinton Students Inc., is seeking nominations for the Teacher of the Year and the Support Staff Employee of the Year Awards.

    The Teacher of the Year Award is presented to a teacher who has had a special impact on students in the district. The Teacher of the Year receives a $750 award from the Education Foundation for Clinton Students. Any non-administrative certified employee may be nominated for the award. This includes teachers, counselors, and library media specialists.

    The Support Staff Employee of the Year is designed to show the district’s appreciation for its support staff employees. The Support Staff Employee of the Year receives a $500 award. Any non-certified employee in the district can be nominated for this award. This includes secretaries, paraprofessionals, social workers, and nurses.

    Staff, students, parents, and community members are encouraged to submit nominations. Deadline for nominations is 3/23. Click here for Teacher of the Year Nomination Form.  Click here for Support Staff of the Year Nomination Form.



    CMS Students Celebrate Pi Day 

    March 14th was National Pi Day.  Students in Mrs. Combs' 7th grade math class celebrated by learning all about Pi.....or 3.14!

    In preparation for National Pi Day, Mrs. Combs' students measured the diameters and circumference of many different circles. Students then graphed and compared the relationship between the circumference and diameter by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing it. By looking at these relationships, students were able to see a pattern! No matter how big or small the circle, when you divide the circumference by its diameter you get approximately 3.14! Students also celebrated with all things round.....Oatmeal Cream Pies, Papa Murphy's $3.14 Pizza, Blue Ribbon Bakery Cookies and of course Apple Pie!

    In addition, nineteen 7th graders competed in a Pi Digit Memorization Contest at CMS. Many students memorized 11 to 31 digits with the top 3 winners memorizing over 92 digits.

    The overall winner was Aspen Dunn who memorized 158 digits....a new school record!  Aspen is pictured below with last year's contest winner, Zoe Gray and math teacher, Emily Combs.

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    Kindergartners Wish Bettencourt Well

    We're not sure we have ever seen a happier bunch of kindergartners!

    Clinton Police Department Officer Nathan Bettencourt stopped by Mrs. Huffman's classroom recently.

    Students enjoyed giving hugs and wishing him well in his recovery.



    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.

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