On Friday, December 8, 2017, Gifted & Talented students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS participated in workshops with Kentucky Shakespeare.
Healthy Hometown Fitness Buddies were rewarded for their hard work with a trip to Sky Zone in Lexington on Friday, December 8, 2017.
Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently awarded prizes to faculty and staff Be Active Club members for the second 9-weeks.
In seventh grade science, Ms. Erin Casada has been teaching her students how to examine problems, set goals, and discover ways to solve problems on their own in her "flipped" classroom.
A Student Showcse will be held at CCMS on Monday, December 11th.
Join us for Harry Potter Movie Night on Friday at CCMS!
On Thursday, November 16th, AES and CCMS students in the Gifted & Talented Program participated in the History smArts Outreach Program.
New immunization requirements for Kentucky school children are effective for the 2018-2019 school year. Follow this link to learn more.
Over 250 people were in attendance at the 14th annual Missoula Children’s Theatre residency week performance on Friday, November 10th.
Become a School Bus Driver!
Clinton County Middle School Practical Living & Vocational Studies teacher Lora Grant recently received a $300.00 grant from Girls Who Code.
Help out local youth by donating to the Sneaker Drive!
Join the Clinton County School District to support funding the pension by wearing red on Friday, November 3rd!
On Friday, October 13th, Gifted & Talented students from CCMS and CCHS were transported to Asbury University Challenge Course in Wilmore, Kentucky.
CCMS art teacher Presley Sutton received the CCMS Innovation Grant and now has a new 3D printer for her classroom.
Students at AES and CCMS were treated to an in-school Introduction to Engineering workshop provided by the staff from the Challenger Center on September 28th & 29th.
The 10th Annual Reaching for Rainbows Fishing Derby for students in Clinton and Russell Counties was held on Thursday, September 28th at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery.
The Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) of Missoula, Montana and fifty-seven local students will present Gulliver's Travels on Friday, November 10th.
Clinton County Middle School will host a STUDENT SHOWCASE on Tuesday, October 10th from 5:00 - 7:00 PM.
Students and staff at CCMS & CCHS participated in Gear Up Week September 18th - 22nd.
Along with schools across the state, Clinton County Schools celebrated High Attendance Day on Wednesday, September 20, 2017.
Join us for a movie night at CCMS! SING will be shown in the Outdoor Classroom on Friday, September 22nd.
It's time to place your order for CCMS yearbooks! Follow this link to download an order form.
On Wednesday, September 13th, AES & CCMS students had the opportunity to participate in a STEM workshop based upon the use of LEGO® blocks during an outreach program with Bricks 4 Kidz.
Clinton County Middle School welcomes three new teachers for the 2017-18 school year.
8th grade students at Clinton County Middle School have the opportunity to enroll in courses at the Clinton County Area Technology Center.
Alfredda Stearns, a representative from the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International (DKG), presented the first year female teachers in Clinton County with tote bags full of school supplies, compliments of the local Iota Chapter of DKG.
The students in Mrs. Ashley Duvall's 7th grade reading classes at CCMS have been learning about the Holocaust by reading biographies of survivors and victims.
Fifty-eight students from preschool to out of school youth participated in the 2017 Migrant Summer Program activities.
Students were immersed in the cultures of Egypt and Japan during 21st Century Summer Camp. See pictures from their adventure!
Follow this link for information about how to view the August 21st solar eclipse safely.
Clinton County Schools will be closed on Monday, August 21st for the solar eclipse.
The 5th Annual Clinton County School District Instructional Strategies Mini-Conference was held at Clinton County Middle School on Monday, July 31st.
Superheroes was the theme for the Clinton County School District Opening Day 2017. Everyone learned that you don’t have to have super powers to be a superhero. Some HEROIC faculty and staff also starred in a couple of SUPER videos to kick off the year!
Follow this link to take the CCMS Principal Selection Survey.
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.
The 2017-2018 Open House / Orientation schedule for all schools is now available.
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 Summer Feeding Program began on Friday, May 26th and will provide meals at several locations throughout the county until July 21st.
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."
Clinton County School District is celebrating the SUPER HEROES who make our schools great this week!
Congratulations to the seven 8th grade students at CCMS who have completed ALL 8th grade Social Studies Blue Ribbons in Study Island this year!
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.
CCMS softball and baseball teams were presented with a mini grant from American Woodmark on Monday, April 24th.
CCMS 5th grader Saylor Burchett was recently named the winner of the Mid-Cumberland Retired Teachers Association Grandparent of the Year Essay Contest.
The students at ECC, AES, and CCMS raised over $3,500.00 during the annual St. Jude Math-A-Thon fundraiser.
Students at Clinton County Middle School were recently awarded basketballs, t-shirts, and hats for their participation in the NBA Math Hoops program.
Ms. Willette Shelton and CCMS student Tyler Cross distributed and collected boxes, counted money, and kept up with the competition totals each day during Pennies for Patients.
The 8th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show was held on April 18th at Clinton County High School.
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!
Winners of the Gifted & Talented Battle of the Books and Healthy Hometown Fitness Buddies were rewarded with a trip to Sky Zone in Lexington on April 5th.
The members of the elementary and middle school academic teams, as well as the middle school KUNA students, were recognized at the March & April school board meetings.
Gifted & Talented students in grades K - 12 visited the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington on March 30th & 31st.
The 4th annual Clinton County Healthy Hometown Family Fun Run & 5K Run for the Roses will be held on Saturday, May 6th at Mt. View Park.
On Tuesday, April 11th, students at Clinton County Middle School had the opportunity to participate in the Rural Up! Code Academy.
Students got a taste of the "Real World" during Reality Town 2017 at Clinton County Middle School.
The 5th annual Taste Test Sampler will be held in the CCHS gym on Tuesday, April 18th from 4:00 - 6:00 pm.
On March 27th & 29th, volunteers throughout the Clinton County School District, as well as community organizations and agencies, came together to work with students during Operation Preparation.
During the Showcasing the Arts program at CCMS, students used their own creativity and imagination to finish an incomplete landscape created using only basic shapes and lines.
A mural depicting the DAWGS motto was the culminating activity in the VSA Arts Inclusion Project at CCMS.
Students in grades 3 - 8 competed on March 22nd & 23rd in Battle of the Books.
The Clinton County Middle School KUNA students attended the Kentucky United Nations Assembly at the Galt House in Louisville on March 5-7, 2017.
Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently awarded prizes to the faculty and staff Be Active Club members at ECC, AES, CCMS, and CCHS for the second 9-weeks.
Dr. Seuss hats were everywhere on Thursday, March 2nd, as students and staff at Clinton County Middle School celebrated Read Across America Day!
During the spring semester, Clinton County Healthy Hometown is partnering CCMS 8th graders with elementary school students to encourage activity and healthy living through Fitness Buddies!
Congratulations to Hailey Cole, Destany Sparks, David Guffey, Jake Boils, and Nathan Brown for completing ALL 8th grade Study Island Social Studies blue ribbons!
Have you seen the #loveKYschools campaign? Click here to find out all about it!
Clinton County Middle School 6th grader Evan Little has advanced to the State Governor's Cup Competition in the Arts & Humanities written assessment.
The Clinton County Middle School Boys 7th Grade Basketball Team competed in the 2017 Boys 7th Grade State Tournament in Lexington, Kentucky on January 27th - 29th.
The 8th grade students in Mrs. Pam Miniard's art classes at CCMS put their painting skills to work and decorated the lobby for Valentine's Day.
Students in Mrs. Lora Grant's third 9-weeks 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade practical living & career studies classes at CCMS are pictured here with their RRR projects.
The Clinton County Middle School Academic Team won first place at the District 46 Middle School Governor's Competition on Saturday, January 21st.
Mailee Boils, James Smith, Quentin Fulton, Jessica Reyes, and Kristen Branham will have their artwork featured in the VSA Kentucky Student Traveling Art Exhibit, "A Matter of Perspective."
On Thursday, January 12th, students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS participated in the Day of Dance workshop with the Louisville Ballet Outreach Program.
CYBER SCHOOL DAYS folders will be sent home with students on Friday, November 3rd. Follow this link to find out more about CYBER SCHOOL DAYS.
During Red Ribbon Week at Clinton County Middle School, students celebrated being drug-free with several contests, sponsored by the Youth Services Center.
Clinton County Middle School has received an Arts Inclusion award in the amount of $1,300.00, funded by VSA Kentucky, a non-profit organization that provides opportunities in the arts for children and adults with disabilities.
The Clinton County Middle School Academic Team took home the championship trophy at the annual 6th Grade Academic Showcase on Saturday, December 3rd.
The annual CCMS Band Christmas concert was held on Sunday, December 4, 2016 at the Clinton County Learning Center. Follow this link to watch clips from the concert.
Follow this link to find school supply lists for ECC, AES, & CCMS.
In compliance with SB 65 (Suicide Prevention Education for Middle and High School Staff) & HB 51 (Suicide Prevention Information for Middle and High School Students), a suicide prevention awareness and training video may be accessed at this link.