A celebration with food, fun, and a drone demonstration by Rick Mercader was an excellent ending to the school year for the students and staff at Clinton County Area Technology Center.
Fifteen students passed Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certifications in Access, Word, and PowerPoint since March at Clinton County Area Technology Center.
Clinton County Area Technology Center staff would like to say thank you to all of the parents who were able to attend Parent Appreciation Day at the ATC on April 20th.
The Automotive Technology program at Clinton County ATC received a generous donation from Toyota Motor Manufacturing in Georgetown, Kentucky.
On April 16-18, 2018, twelve members of Clinton County Area Technology Center's chapter of Future Business Leaders of America attended the State Leadership Conference.
The last day of school for students is Tuesday, May 15th. Teacher Work Days are scheduled for Wednesday, May 16th & Thursday, May 17th. Closing Day for teachers is Friday, May 18th. The amended 17-18 district calendar and the newly approved 18-19 district calendar may be viewed in the Quick Links at the left.
CCATC student Billy Abbott received 3rd place Bronze in the Transportation Tool Identification competition at the Kentucky SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference.
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CCATC senior Carly Upchurch has successfully completed the Phlebotomy Technician Program and is now a Certified Phlebotomy Technician.
CCATC student Jacob Fisher has been accepted into the KYFAME program and will go to work for Camtech Manufacturing Solutions after graduation, while completing the Advance Manufacturing Technician Program at SCC.
CCATC was awarded a $10,000 Entrepreneurship Grant awarded by the Cumberlands Workforce Development Board.
On March 8th, the health science students at CCATC enjoyed a visit with Dennis Propp, a third year medical student at U of L School of Medicine.
On Friday, March 9, 2018, 24 members of Clinton County Area Technology Center's Future Business Leaders of America chapter traveled to the Eastern Kentucky University's Performing Arts Center to compete in the Regional Leadership Conference.
On February 17th, CCATC student Billy Abbott won first place at the Skills USA competition in Tool Identification for the automotive program.
Follow this link to read the official school safety statement from Superintendent Charlotte Nasief.
Attention parents! The calendar committee is currently working on the 2018-19 school calendar. Follow this link to view the two calendar options & vote for one you prefer. The survey closes on February 28th.
Eleven students passed Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certifications in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint last semester at Clinton County Area Technology Center.
Clinton County Area Technology Center is one of only four ATCs in the state that met all the goals in the 2016-18 KY Tech District Continuous Improvement Plan.
On Thursday, January 25th, students at ECC and AES celebrated the 100th day of school by dressing up as 100-year-olds.
On September 27, 2017, the Industrial Maintenance students from Clinton County ATC participated in an industry tour of Toyotetsu America Inc. (TTAI).
Rhiannon Lovelace, Vivian Zheng, and Sidney Dominguez were the top three finishers in the H & R Block Challenge for this semester at CCATC.
On November 3, 2017, 35 students from Clinton County ATC Automotive program had the opportunity to attend a tour of the Georgetown, KY Toyota Manufacturing Facility.
The HOSA students at Clinton County Area Technology Center collected items for Operation Christmas Child and packed 19 shoeboxes.
On Thursday, October 26, 2017, 38 members of the Clinton County Area Technology Center FBLA Chapter traveled to Louisville, KY, for a visit to Breakout Games and a campus tour of the University of Louisville.
On Thursday, November 9th, Clinton County Area Technology Center’s Health Science students visited the University of Kentucky’s Cadaver Lab.
Air Evac Lifeteam visited Clinton County Area Technology Center and shared career opportunities with Health Science students.
Chase Albertson, a senior in Mr. Jesse Burchett's Welding Program at Clinton County Area Technology Center, is participating in work-based learning at MetalWorkz.
Pictured here are the winners of the Bulldog Coloring Contest from Mrs. Cindy Wallace's kindergarten related arts classes at the Clinton County Early Childhood Center.
Clinton County Area Technology Center Business Instructor Holly Claborn was appointed to the MBA Research National Teacher Advisory Network.
Each month, the faculty and staff at the Clinton County Area Technology Center select one teacher and seven students who portray the “Workplace Essential Skill of the Month”. The focus skill for the month of August was ENTHUSIASM!
8th grade students at Clinton County Middle School have the opportunity to enroll in courses at the Clinton County Area Technology Center.
Upon completing a sequence of courses within the Career Pathway program of studies, students are graduating from high school with stackable, portable industry certifications.
Attention parents of ATC students! We need your help. Please follow this link to complete a brief survey.
Clinton County Area Technology Center is excited to be a part of the new Computer Science Education initiative that is taking place in Kentucky.
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.