Twenty-five students participated in Rural Up! Code Academy Summer Camp at Clinton County Middle School on June 5th - 8th.
The 2017-2018 Open House / Orientation schedule for all schools is now available.
The Summer Feeding Program began on Friday, May 26th and will provide meals at several locations throughout the county until July 21st.
Clinton County Middle School 8th graders Kendra Cross, Autumn McCutchen, and Abbigale Young have been selected to attend The Center for Rural Development's 2017 Rogers Explorers youth leadership program.
Albany Elementary School students raised a total of $1,081.36 for the American Heart Association during Jump Rope for Heart.
Six Clinton County High School students earned one credit hour from Western Kentucky University for completing the online course College & Career Explorations.
Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently added a 1/8 mile gravel walk track to the front law at AES to encourage more physical fitness activity among students.
The faculty and staff at AES always make the 4th Grade Bash an exciting and memorable day for the "senior" students.
The Clinton County High School graduating class of 2017 visited ECC and AES on the last day of school for their Senior Walk.
On Monday, May 15th, the students in Mrs. Angela Sloan's Dual Credit English 102 class at Clinton County High School performed Macbeth at Good Neighbor's Theatre.
Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently awarded prizes to the faculty and staff Be Active Club members at ECC, AES, CCMS, and CCHS for the last 9-weeks.
The senior members of the CCHS Archery Team were honored at the Archery Banquet at Albany Elementary School on Tuesday, April 25th.
On the last day of school, all students who had perfect attendance for the entire school year were awarded prizes, including trophies, bicycles, and "Bags of Sunshine."
The members of the high school academic team, as well as the high school KUNA students, were recognized at the May 15th school board meeting.
CCHS junior students who have taken classes this year at CCATC participated in mock interviews on Monday, May 15th.
The last College and Career Readiness luncheon of the year for CCHS seniors was held on Monday, May 15th.
CCMS softball and baseball teams were presented with a mini grant from American Woodmark on Monday, April 24th.
Clinton County was recently chosen as one of the districts for the Advance Kentucky Computer Science Initiative and will implement Code.org curriculums next school year.
GEAR UP hosted a Parent College Night at the Somerset Community College Clinton Campus on Monday, April 24th.
Stick horses were everywhere at the annual Kindergarten Little Kentucky Derby at the Early Childhood Center on Monday, May 8th.
On Tuesday, May 9th, Clinton County High School honored 99 seniors who have committed to post-secondary education in the first ever Decision Day at CCHS.
CCHS sophomore Isabelle Moons has been selected by The Center for Rural Development to attend the 2017 Rogers Scholars program.
The 4th annual Healthy Hometown 1K Family Fun Run and 5K Run for the Roses was held at Mt. View Park on Saturday, May 6th.
CCMS 5th grader Saylor Burchett was recently named the winner of the Mid-Cumberland Retired Teachers Association Grandparent of the Year Essay Contest.
Clinton County Adult Education was presented with a mini grant from American Woodmark Foundation on Monday, April 24th.
Clinton County Area Technology Center students earned a total of 44 Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certifications in Digital Literacy during the spring semester.
Clinton County High School partnered with Keystone Foods for an Earth Day celebration on Friday, April 21st.
The 5th annual Clinton County Schools Taste Test Sampler was held at Clinton County High School on April 18th. You voted! Check out the results!
The 5th annual Clinton County High School Academic Showcase was held on April 18th.
The 8th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show was held on April 18th at Clinton County High School.