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CCHS students who are transitional ready were treated to a Valentine's Day Party at Major's Pizza. The CCMS Quick Recall Team won first place at Regional Governor's Cup and will advance to the state competition! Congratulations to the CCHS Boys Freshman Basketball Team on winning the 16th District Tournament! UK student Haley Dicken talks with 4th graders about careers in STEM fields. CCHS senior Jon-Allen Cross has signed with the Lindsey Wilson College Blue Raiders to play football after graduation.  CCHS senior Noah Pruitt has signed with the Campbellsville University Tigers to play football after graduation.  CCHS senior Jackson Harlan has signed with the Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers to play basketball after graduation.  Mr. Science presents his Engineering with Minecraft program for Gifted & Talented students at AES. The Clinton County Middle School Academic Team won 1st place at District Governor's Cup! Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students performed SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. FBLA students tour Tennessee Tech University during their fall field trip. During the Showcasing the Arts program at AES and CCMS, students used their own creativity and imagination to finish an incomplete landscape created using only basic shapes and lines. Medal of Honor winner Hershel “Woody” Williams visited CCMS to present the school with the most recent edition of the Medal of Honor book. DARE Officers visit the Clinton County Early Childhood Center to talk to the students about making good choices. AES hosted a Family Involvement Night with the theme of Spaghetti and Meatballs for All.  Nurse Aide students assist with the annual Health Fair at Dyer Drug. Students in the Gifted and Talented program traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to visit the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory and the Parthenon.  AES students honored hometown hero Garlin Murl Conner at the annual Veterans Day Program. Missoula Children's Theatre Tour Actor and Director conduct a workshop at AES during the MCT residency week. AES Gifted & Talented students students learn the basics of the engineering design process during the "Mr. Science" Engineering with Minecraft program.  The annual Conservation Outdoor Workshop for fifth graders was held at Mt. View Recreational Park. HOSA students pack shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child. The CCHS VolleyDawgs are back-to-back 16th District Champs!  The Clinton County Middle School 5th grade class spent the day at Amazin’ Acres for their annual field trip.  Gifted and talented students from CCMS tried to break out at Cookeville Escape. The Clinton County Middle School media team produces a news broadcast each week that is aired on Fridays at CCMS. CCHS seniors received hands-on assistance in completing 239 college applications during the KHEAA College Application Campaign Initiative. Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students performed SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. During the Showcasing the Arts program at AES and CCMS, students used their own creativity and imagination to finish an incomplete landscape created using only basic shapes and lines. DARE Officers visit the Clinton County Early Childhood Center to talk to the students about making good choices. Students enjoyed the 11th Annual Reaching for Rainbows Fishing Derby at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery. Students at Albany Elementary School celebrated High Attendance Day with inflatables, slushies, games, and prizes! Thirty-seven students from CCHS attended the annual High School Leadership Conference at WKU. Missoula Children's Theatre Tour Actor and Director conduct a workshop at AES during the MCT residency week. AES Gifted & Talented students students learn the basics of the engineering design process during the "Mr. Science" Engineering with Minecraft program.  ECC students enjoyed popcorn & a movie, inflatables, and prizes on High Attendance Day! In honor of the Kentucky statewide kick off of the Relay for Life season, school employees all over the district wore their Hope Starts at Home shirts. AES hosted a Family Involvement Night with the theme of Spaghetti and Meatballs for All.  On High Attendance Day at CCMS, students enjoyed extra PE time and dressing up in iconic ensembles from their favorite decades. Students enjoyed the 11th Annual Reaching for Rainbows Fishing Derby at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery. On the first"Try Day" of the school year, the featured foods were rainbow kale salad and plums. Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students performed SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. DARE Officers visit the Clinton County Early Childhood Center to talk to the students about making good choices. Gifted and talented students from CCMS tried to break out at Cookeville Escape. During the Showcasing the Arts program at AES and CCMS, students used their own creativity and imagination to finish an incomplete landscape created using only basic shapes and lines. Students at Albany Elementary School celebrated High Attendance Day with inflatables, slushies, games, and prizes! Students in the Gifted and Talented program traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to visit the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory and the Parthenon.  AES students present “A Soldier’s Homecoming” for PFC Joe S. Elmore. The annual Conservation Outdoor Workshop for fifth graders was held at Mt. View Recreational Park. ECC students enjoyed popcorn & a movie, inflatables, and prizes on High Attendance Day! Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students performed SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. DARE Officers visit the Clinton County Early Childhood Center to talk to the students about making good choices. The Breakfast Club is a peer mentoring group that meets on Fridays at the CCHS Youth Services Center room to have breakfast and meet other students. The Clinton County Middle School 5th grade class spent the day at Amazin’ Acres for their annual field trip.  In honor of the Kentucky statewide kick off of the Relay for Life season, school employees all over the district wore their Hope Starts at Home shirts. AES Gifted & Talented students students learn the basics of the engineering design process during the "Mr. Science" Engineering with Minecraft program.  During the Showcasing the Arts program at AES and CCMS, students used their own creativity and imagination to finish an incomplete landscape created using only basic shapes and lines. Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students performed SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. DARE Officers visit the Clinton County Early Childhood Center to talk to the students about making good choices. On High Attendance Day at CCMS, students enjoyed extra PE time and dressing up in iconic ensembles from their favorite decades. Missoula Children's Theatre Tour Actor and Director conduct a workshop at AES during the MCT residency week. Gifted and talented students from CCMS tried to break out at Cookeville Escape. Students enjoyed the 11th Annual Reaching for Rainbows Fishing Derby at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery. Students at Albany Elementary School celebrated High Attendance Day with inflatables, slushies, games, and prizes! Students in the Gifted and Talented program traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to visit the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory and the Parthenon.  In honor of the Kentucky statewide kick off of the Relay for Life season, school employees all over the district wore their Hope Starts at Home shirts. AES students present “A Soldier’s Homecoming” for PFC Joe S. Elmore. On High Attendance Day, the CCMS Related Arts team won the 2nd annual Lip Sync Contest, for the second year! Clinton County Board of Education is working with Campbellsville University to offer classes soon at the Clinton Center. The annual Conservation Outdoor Workshop for fifth graders was held at Mt. View Recreational Park. Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students performed SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. During the Showcasing the Arts program at AES and CCMS, students used their own creativity and imagination to finish an incomplete landscape created using only basic shapes and lines. DARE Officers visit the Clinton County Early Childhood Center to talk to the students about making good choices. Gifted and talented students from CCHS tried to break out at Cookeville Escape. Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students performed SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. On High Attendance Day at CCMS, students enjoyed extra PE time and dressing up in iconic ensembles from their favorite decades. Students enjoyed the 11th Annual Reaching for Rainbows Fishing Derby at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery. On the first"Try Day" of the school year, the featured foods were rainbow kale salad and plums. Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students performed SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. Students at Albany Elementary School celebrated High Attendance Day with inflatables, slushies, games, and prizes! Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students performed SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. AES Gifted & Talented students students learn the basics of the engineering design process during the "Mr. Science" Engineering with Minecraft program.  Students at the Clinton County Early Childhood Center were greeted with cheers, high fives from the bulldog, and a wave of blue and white on High Attendance Day! Gifted and talented students from CCHS tried to break out at Cookeville Escape. Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students performed SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. In honor of the Kentucky statewide kick off of the Relay for Life season, school employees all over the district wore their Hope Starts at Home shirts. Missoula Children's Theatre Tour Actor and Director conduct a workshop at AES during the MCT residency week. Three students from the Clinton County Migrant Education attended Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama.  ECC students enjoyed popcorn & a movie, inflatables, and prizes on High Attendance Day! Students in the Gifted and Talented program traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to visit the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory and the Parthenon.  The Clinton County Middle School 5th grade class spent the day at Amazin’ Acres for their annual field trip.  AES students present “A Soldier’s Homecoming” for PFC Joe S. Elmore. Students enjoyed the 11th Annual Reaching for Rainbows Fishing Derby at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery. Missoula Children's Theatre Tour Actor and Director conduct a workshop at AES during the MCT residency week. On High Attendance Day at CCMS, students enjoyed extra PE time and dressing up in iconic ensembles from their favorite decades. Three students from the Clinton County Migrant Education attended Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama.  The annual Conservation Outdoor Workshop for fifth graders was held at Mt. View Recreational Park. In honor of the Kentucky statewide kick off of the Relay for Life season, school employees all over the district wore their Hope Starts at Home shirts. Students at Albany Elementary School celebrated High Attendance Day with inflatables, slushies, games, and prizes! Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students performed SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. AES students present “A Soldier’s Homecoming” for PFC Joe S. Elmore. Students at the Clinton County Early Childhood Center were greeted with cheers, high fives from the bulldog, and a wave of blue and white on High Attendance Day! Gifted and talented students from CCHS tried to break out at Cookeville Escape. Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students performed SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. In honor of the Kentucky statewide kick off of the Relay for Life season, school employees all over the district wore their Hope Starts at Home shirts.
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DISTRICT NEWS

CCMS News Episode #22

CCMS News Episode #22 is up!  Watch it here!

CCMS News

 

Valentine's Day Party for Transitional Ready Students

CCHS students who are transitional ready were treated to a Valentine's Day Party at Major's Pizza.

CCHS students who are transitional ready were treated to a Valentine's Day Party at Major's Pizza.

16th District Champs!

Congratulations to the CCHS Boys Freshman Basketball Team on winning the 16th District Tournament!

Congratulations to the CCHS Boys Freshman Basketball Team on winning the 16th District Tournament!

Students Learn about STEM

UK student Haley Dicken talks with 4th graders about careers in STEM fields.

UK student Haley Dicken talks with 4th graders about careers in STEM fields.

CCMS Quick Recall Team Wins Regional Governor's Cup!

For the first time in history an academic team from Clinton County is a regional champion!

For the first time in history an academic team from Clinton County is a regional champion!

Bulldogs Sign With Blue Raiders and Tigers

CCHS seniors Jon-Allen Cross and Noah Pruitt will continue playing football after graduation.  Cross has signed on at Lindsey Wilson College as a Blue Raider and Pruitt will join the Campbellsville University Tigers.  

Football Signed

Farm Bureau Scholarships

Attention High School Seniors!  Apply now for Farm Bureau Scholarships!

Kentucky Farm Bureau logo

Apply Now for Rogers Explorers

Attention 8th graders!  Apply now for Rogers Explorers!

Rogers Explorers

South Kentucky RECC Senior Scholarship

Attention High School Seniors!  Apply now for the South Kentucky RECC Senior Scholarship Program!

South Kentucky RECC

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