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    Early Release-October 19th (times to the left under "Announcements" section)

    Parent Teacher Conferences-Afternoon/Evening of October 19 (more info below)

    No School-October 20th

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    Cardinal Pride Marching Band Brings Home Honors 

    Congratulations to the Clinton High School Cardinal Pride Marching Band who, under the direction of Mr. Pat Miles, brought home 2nd place at this year's University of Central Missouri's homecoming Parade!

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    Parent Teacher Conferences

    Some things to know:

    *Conferences will be held on the afternoon/evening of Thursday, October 19th which is an early dismissal day.

    *Conferences in grades preschool-7th grade will be scheduled. If you have not scheduled a conference, please contact your child's teacher to do so.

    *Conferences in grades 8th-12th do not need to be scheduled. Clinton Middle School 8th grade teachers will be available between 1:30-8:00 and Clinton High School teachers will be available to visit with you between 1:00-8:00 at CHS.

    *Conferences at Clinton Technical School will not be scheduled, and parents can drop in anytime between 1:00-8:00.

    If you have any other questions regarding conferences, please do not hesitate to contact your child's school.

    We can't wait to visit with you on the 19th!

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    Updated Grading Policy Info

    Parents and Students,

    We thank you for your patience as we have worked diligently the past 2 weeks to provide an updated grading policy for you. Please go here to read this policy and how it will change grading practices and affect students attending CIS, CMS, CHS and CTS.  This change will take place at the start of 2nd quarter, which is Monday, October 16th.

    Please don't hesitate to reach out to your child's school with questions.

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