• SBG

    Click here to read the letter that was sent home with all high school students on Wednesday of this week. This letter explains the suicide prevention and depression self-screening training that will take place next Thursday, September 28th, as part of the SOS (Signs of Suicide) Prevention Program.

    If you are a parent of a high school student, please read this letter to learn more about this program. All students will participate in the program next week, UNLESS the bottom portion of the above letter is returned by the end of the day on Tuesday, September 26th.

    There are several opportunities for you as a parent to learn more about this program.  First, you can access the Signs of Suicide Parent Portal at  The username is clinton-par and the password is cardinals.

    Another opportunity for you to learn more is to attend the parent informational meeting that will be held at the Clinton High School PAC on Wednesday, September 27th from 5:00-6:00.

     As always, please reach out to us if you have any questions. You may contact CHS principal, Jarrod Steffens via email at or by phone at 660-885-2247 with questions regarding this program.



    No School, Monday September 25th

    School will not be in session Monday, September 25th due to staff safety training.

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    Homecoming 2017 Royalty 

    Congratulations to this year's Homecoming Candidates and Royalty.  

    Being crowned Homecoming Queen was senior Whitney Woodland, daughter of Richard and Sonya Woodland.  Earning the title of Homecoming King was senior, Trey Miller, son of Kevin and Lisa Miller.  CHS junior Ryan Pitts, daughter of Kevin and Stacy Pitts, was the 2017 princess and junior Logan Modlin, son of Chris and Briana Modlin, was Homecoming prince.

    Homecoming candidates included; Whitney Woodland (senior), Peyton Kiely (senior), Kelsie Martinez (senior), Ryan Pitts (junior), Kendall Keithley (sophomore) and Amran Sims (freshman)

    Ely Lam (senior), Zach Jones (senior), Trey Miller (senior), Logan Modlin (junior), Ben Markham (sophomore) and JP Abernathy (freshman)



    Cardinals Give Back

    In just 4 days of giving, our students, staff and even community members, donated 16 boxes of school supplies to students in the Texas City ISD. 

    Students in Mrs. Wareham's 3rd grade class also wrote notes of encouragement to students.

    Thanks to FBC member Kevin McMenemy for transporting our donations as he travels to provide assistance in Texas City.




    Feedback and Input Wanted

    The Clinton School District is building a new strategic plan to focus and guide our work over the next 5 years.

    It is our goal that this new plan reflect the vision of success from ALL stakeholders. We are currently looking for community members and parents who would like to provide input and feedback, as we begin this process.

    A community member and parent focus group will be held on September 28th from 5:30-6:30 in the Clinton High School media center (you do not have to be a parent of a CSD student to participate).

    If you would like to participate, please contact Angie Lawson at

    Thank you in advance for your interest and help as we begin this important work.





    Practical Nursing Program Now Enrolling

    If you've been searching for LPN training, the Clinton Technical School has just what you are looking for!

    The Clinton Technical School's Practical Nursing program is currently enrolling students for its 2018 class. Class size is limited to 29, and the deadline for the application process is October 27th.  The program has full approval by the Missouri State Board of Nursing. Clinton Technical School staff are also available to help assist you with applying for Federal Student Financial Aid.  The program is completed in one year, during which students will receive both classroom and clinical training.

    You can find more information about the program, at You can also call 885-6101 for more information.


  • CSD Mission

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