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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.

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    Feedback Wanted
    Clinton School District is on a continuous journey to make our schools the best places for students to learn, staff to work, and parents to send their children for a good education. In this effort, we appreciate your support. It is important to gather feedback from you to celebrate successes and identify areas for growth. Please take a few minutes and complete this Parent Satisfaction Survey to help provide this feedback.

    Once the survey is complete, the results will be analyzed by an outside organization. The data from the survey will be sent to each school and the Superintendent. Then, the results of the survey will be shared with parents and the community.

    The survey can be accessed online at: CSD Parent Satisfaction Survey.  Survey will close on March 16th.

    Thank you for interest in and support of your child’s education with us.

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    Knisely is a State Medalist  

    Congratulations to CHS wrestler and state medalist, Jesse Knisely!

    Jesse is a 3-time state qualifier, including a 6th place finish this year. He ended his senior year with a 41-18 record.

    Jesse was joined at the State Meet by teammates, Austin Kline and Grant Arcano. All three Cardinals represented the CHS wrestling team well.

    Pictured below: Ethan Olson (head coach), Jesse Knisely, Justin Wells (asst. coach) and Justin Archambo (asst. coach)

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    Winter Olympic STEM Project

    Gummy bears, bobsleds and the Winter Olympics.....sounds like a great combination for a #STEM project in the Cardinal Coop class at Clinton Intermediate School.

    Students worked in groups to plan and build a track for their gummy bear bobsled teams. Students learned all about the concepts of force, friction, aerodynamics and momentum as they ran trial runs on their track. Students experimented and made adjustments to their tracks before the real competition began!

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    Successful Day for CHS FBLA Students

    Earlier this week, Clinton High School FBLA students had a very successful day at the 2018 District 10 Leadership Conference at UCM.

    Nearly 70 CHS students attended the event, with 34 moving on to the State competition in April!

    Congrats to all students and their advisers, Mrs. Susan Hutcherson and Mrs. Jan House.  Go here to see more pictures and results.

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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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  • 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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