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    Clinton Schools will be closed November 22-24 for the Thanksgiving holiday.  Enjoy your time with family and friends.  School will resume, Monday, November 27th.

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    Mayor Lowe Visits Henry Elementary

    On November 15th, Mayor Greg Lowe visited Henry Elementary to sign a proclamation in honor of the 96th annual American Education Week. He was greeted by a classroom full of students, teachers and administrators. Mayor Lowe was given hugs, handshakes, artwork and asked an array of questions, including, "How long have you been President?".

    American Education Week is sponsored in part by the U.S. Department of Education and gives schools and communities the opportunity to recognize the accomplishments and needs of local public schools, and the important role that educators play in the success of students.

    Thank you Mayor Lowe for visiting our school and for helping us recognize the important role that public schools play in our community.

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    Cardinals Give Back

    Shout-out to our Cardinals who really came through for our community! During the week of November 13th, students participated in the annual district-wide food drive to benefit The Samaritan Center's, "Project Christmas Cheer".

    District-wide, our students and staff donated 9,482 items! WAY TO GO CARDINALS!!! Below are the individual building totals!

    CECC-2,005 packages of Ramen Noodles
    Henry-5,681 packages of Ramen Noodles
    CIS-661 cans of Pork-N-Beans
    CMS-208 cans of Pork-N-Beans
    CHS/CTS-927 packages of Ramen Noodles


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    CMS Student Council 

    Congratulations to the following CMS students who won the recent Student Council election.

    6th grade Student Council members-Payton Sales and Jasmine Mitchell

    7th grade Student Council members-Wesley Schmidli and Jazmyn Shockley

    8th grade Student Council members-Cauy Collins, Ashley Berry and Denver Hannen

    The new Student Council Advisory Committee consists of:
    Kaitlynn Bartholomew, Nathan Lankford, Kaydith Maddox, Dy'Lan Bell-Murphy and Olivia Goth

    Pictured Below: (front row) Kaitlynn Bartholomew, Jasmine Mitchell, Payton Sales, Jazmyn Shockley and Ashley Berry
    (back row) Olivia Goth, Cauy Collins, Wesley Schmidli, Nathan Lankford and Dy'Lan Bell-Murphy (not pictured-Denver Hannen)

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    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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    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.






  • CSD Mission

    The Clinton School District exists to inspire students to be flexible and adaptive life-long learners, equipping them to succeed.