• Calendar Change

    At the September 12th Board of Education work session, board members approved a calendar change to this year's calendar.

    To accommodate Homecoming activities that will take place on October 12th, the following changes have been made.

    Friday, October 12th was originally scheduled as an early dismissal. This day will now be a REGULAR school day. Please note that CECC will be in session this day as well.

    Thursday, October 18th was originally scheduled as an early dismissal day. School will NOT be in session that day to allow teachers to prepare for Parent/Teacher Conferences that will occur that day from 1:00-8:00.

    calendar change


    Giving Back at CMS

    The most effective way for students to learn about and develop civic responsibility, empathy, and service to others is through service learning.

    7th grade students in Mrs. Bremer's CAPS (Clinton Accelerated Program for Students) class began their year-long service learning project this week by visiting residents of Bristol Manor.  See more pictures here.

    students visiting with Bristol Manor residents


    Get Your Bid In

    For decades, the Clinton Technical School's Building Trades program has been building homes in our community. Students and their instructor, David Vaughn, take pride in their work and it shows in the quality of the homes they build.

    The district is ready to begin taking bids on their newest project, located at 1703 East H&W Drive. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, is approximately 1,630 square feet. This home is located in a quiet neighborhood (behind Walmart) and is ADA compliant (no stairs!).

    Click here to view more pictures of the home, as well as detailed information regarding the bidding process.

    You can view this home during 2 open house events: 
    September 19th, 5:30-7:00 
    October 12th, 5:30-7:00

    Please direct questions to Jake Fowler at 885-6101 or at

    Building Trades Home


    Developing Researchers at CHS

    In Mrs. Jaynes Advanced Placement (AP) Psychology class, students are currently studying research methods and the importance of being able to replicate a study to show its validity.

    To supplement this current unit of study, students worked in groups to create lego structures. They also had to create step by step instructions that were used by other groups, to determine if the same structure could be replicated.

    This activity helped students understand how research must throughly be thought out, tested and then replicated before its validity is accepted.

    Click here to see more pictures.

    AP Psychology students with lego structure


    Remembering and Honoring our Heros

    On September 11th, students and teachers across the district took part in age-appropriate discussions and activities regarding the history of 9/11 and Patriot's Day.

    Students in Mrs. Potter's and Mrs.Lehman's kindergarten classes took time to make flags as a way to remember those that keep us safe each and every day.

    Mrs. Potter's students also got to thank a real-life hero when Mr. Morales stopped by to visit with students about his job as a firefighter.  See more pictures here.

    students sitting on rug holding flags










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