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Twenty-five students participated in Rural Up! Code Academy Summer Camp at Clinton County Middle School on June 5th - 8th.
Follow this link to take the CCMS Principal Selection Survey.
Clinton County School District is celebrating the SUPER HEROES who make our schools great this week!
Students and mentors from the CCHS i3 "Get the Picture" program attended the annual WKU Quiz Bowl at Western Kentucky University on Friday, March 3rd.
Join Peter, Wendy, Captain Hook and many more this Friday, November 11th at 7:30 pm at the Clinton County Learning Center for a fanciful flight to Neverland and back when the Missoula Children's Theatre and more than 50 local students present an original musical adaptation of PETER AND WENDY.
Students at CCHS really did "Deck the Halls" this year! Check out these amazing Christmas doors!
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.
The 5th annual Taste Test Sampler will be held in the CCHS gym on Tuesday, April 18th from 4:00 - 6:00 pm.
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.
Clinton County Schools will be closed on Monday, August 21st for the solar eclipse.
Join us for a movie night at CCMS! SING will be shown in the Outdoor Classroom on Friday, September 22nd.
Clinton County Middle School will host a STUDENT SHOWCASE on Tuesday, October 10th from 5:00 - 7:00 PM.
The third Related Arts Showcase of the year at Albany Elementary School was held on Thursday, December 15th in the AES gymnasium.
Clinton County Area Technology Center and the Clinton County Extension Office are teaming up to provide students with a better chance at a promising career with Clinton County's newest Dress for Success Career Closet.
Follow this link for information about how to view the August 21st solar eclipse safely.
The Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) of Missoula, Montana will visit Clinton County for a week-long residency during the week of November 6—10, 2017.
FBLA student volunteers helped out at the Christmas Program at the Clinton County Public Library on December 10th and at the annual Christmas Village on December 12th.
Clinton County High School senior Frank Zheng has been named as one of the sixteen students to receive the most prestigious academic scholarship awarded by Western Kentucky University, the Cherry Presidential Scholarship.
Student members of CCATC's FBLA chapter who competed at the State Leadership Conference were honored at the most recent Chamber of Commerce meeting.
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.
On Friday, October 13th, Gifted & Talented students from CCMS and CCHS were transported to Asbury University Challenge Course in Wilmore, Kentucky.
Two students at AES saved their allowances and purchased two bikes to be given away to other students at Christmas time.
On December 14th, Clinton County Healthy Hometown Fitness Buddies were rewarded with a trip to the Urban Ninja Project gym in Lexington to work out and celebrate their hard work throughout the semester.
The final night of the Born Learning Academy for this school year was held on Monday, February 6th at the Clinton County Early Childhood Center.
Albany Elementary School held Family Literacy / Title I Night on Thursday, March 2nd in celebration of Read Across America Day.
Albany Elementary School students raised a total of $1,081.36 for the American Heart Association during Jump Rope for Heart.
Students in Ms. Mindie Anderson’s third grade class at Albany Elementary School recently created recycling projects after reading the story “Earth Smart.”
Missoula Children's Theatre and over 50 local students presented an original musical adaptation of Peter & Wendy on Friday, November 11th.
Mrs. Katresa Collins' Pre-AP English I class at CCHS performed a reader's theater of Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
Clinton County High School sophomore James Cecil participated in the SOAR Appalachian Health Hack-a-Thon on October 6-8, 2016.
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."
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.
Albany Elementary School Math Recovery teacher Tonda Thompson was recognized as a nominee for the 2016 Kentucky Presidential Awards for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching at the February 8th Kentucky Board of Education Meeting.
Dr. Seuss hats were everywhere on Thursday, March 2nd, as students and staff at Clinton County Middle School celebrated Read Across America Day!
Congratulations to the seven 8th grade students at CCMS who have completed ALL 8th grade Social Studies Blue Ribbons in Study Island this year!
The 2017-2018 Open House / Orientation schedule for all schools is now available.
Six Clinton County High School students earned one credit hour from Western Kentucky University for completing the online course College & Career Explorations.
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!
Clinton County High School student Isabelle Moons graduated this summer from The Center for Rural Development’s 2017 Rogers Scholars program.
Clinton County Schools Food Service Director Paulette Brinley is pictured here with Alan Curtsinger of the Southeast United Dairy Association accepting a check in the amount of $8,900.00 from Fuel Up to Play 60.
Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently awarded prizes to faculty and staff Be Active Club members at ECC, AES, CCMS, & CCHS for the first 9-weeks.
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.
During Red Ribbon Week at Clinton County Middle School, students celebrated being drug-free with several contests, sponsored by the Youth Services Center.
On Thursday, January 12th, students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS participated in the Day of Dance workshop with the Louisville Ballet Outreach Program.
The Clinton County High School Academic Team won first place at the District 15 High School Governor's Competition on Saturday, January 28th.
Clinton County Middle School 6th grader Evan Little has advanced to the State Governor's Cup Competition in the Arts & Humanities written assessment.
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.
Students in the English I & II Pre-AP classes at CCHS attended the presentation of A Midsummer Night's Dream at Lindsey Wilson College on Friday, April 28th.
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.
Clinton County Area Technology Center is excited to be a part of the new Computer Science Education initiative that is taking place in Kentucky.
On Friday, October 6th, sudents in the Gifted & Talented program at AES were transported to the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky.
Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton played drums with the Clinton County High School marching band during her visit on October 20th to discuss her new initiative - the Lt. Governor's 1st Annual Entrepreneurship Challenge.
Clinton County Middle School hosted a Veterans Day Program on Friday, November 11th in honor of Veterans Day.
Kevin Hardesty of Kentucky Chautauqua portrayed frontiersman Daniel Boone at Clinton County Middle School in “The First Kentuckian” on Monday, November 21st.
Students in Mrs. Lora Grant's second 9-weeks practical living & career studies classes at CCMS are pictured here with their RRR projects.
The annual CCHS Band Christmas Concert was held on Sunday, December 11, 2016 at the Clinton County Learning Center. Follow this link to watch clips from the concert.
Students in Mrs. Kathy Hunter’s and Mrs. Tyonia Sinclair’s health classes at Clinton County High School are learning CPR basics.
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.
CCHS students got to turn fruit into art at an Edible Arrangement Event hosted by GEAR UP on February 27th.
The faculty and staff at AES always make the 4th Grade Bash an exciting and memorable day for the "senior" students.
Students were immersed in the cultures of Egypt and Japan during 21st Century Summer Camp. See pictures from their adventure!
Fifty-eight students from preschool to out of school youth participated in the 2017 Migrant Summer Program activities.
The CCHS Volley Dawgs are the 4th Region All "A" Tournament Champs!
It's time to place your order for CCMS yearbooks! Follow this link to download an order form.
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.
Follow this link to find school supply lists for ECC, AES, & CCMS.
The Clinton County School District has been awarded a $150,000 Preschool Partnership Grant from the Kentucky Department of Education.
The Tour Team of Jenn and Matthew presented a workshop at Clinton County Middle School during the Missoula Children's Theatre residency week.
Clinton County High School hosted the annual Veterans Day Program on Friday, November 11th in honor of Veterans Day.
HOSA and FBLA students at Clinton County Area Technology Center collected items and filled thirty-one shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child.
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 won first place at the District 46 Middle School Governor's Competition on Saturday, January 21st.
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 CCHS Relay for Life team raised over $500.00 with their contest for teachers or administrators to take a "Pie in the Face" for the worthy cause.
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!
The Clinton County High School graduating class of 2017 visited ECC and AES on the last day of school for their Senior Walk.
Clinton County Schools Psychometrist and Special Education Liaison Melissa Campbell participated in an online panel discussion for the I3 Get the Picture! program and earned 500 pencils for CCHS!
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.
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.
CCMS art teacher Presley Sutton received the CCMS Innovation Grant and now has a new 3D printer for her classroom.
Scholastic Book Fair at Clinton County Middle School will be November 7th - 11th.
A College and Career Ready luncheon was held on October 3rd to recognize students who have attained the level of college and career readiness as reflected in their ACT scores, Compass scores, or vocational studies exams.
On Friday, October 7th, AES students traveled to Stearns, Kentucky to take a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic Railway.
The second Related Arts Showcase of the year at Albany Elementary School was held on Thursday, November 3rd in the AES gymnasium.
The VSA Kentucky Student Traveling Art Exhibit, "A Matter of Perspective" is now on display at CCMS.
AES student Tressay Stinson was the overall winner of the 2016 Stop Littering Albany Poster Contest.
All CCHS seniors who have attained College & Career Readiness were honored at a Christmas party on December 7th.
A representative from Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics at Morehead State University visited CCHS on Tuesday, January 18th.
Lady Bulldogs Macy Campbell, Mackenzie Polston, and Allee Hopper, and Bulldogs Clay Choate and Jamison Summers were named to the All-Tournament Teams during the Touchstone Energy All "A" Classic 4th Region Basketball Tournament.
All students at Albany Elementary School visited the annual Health Fair on Tuesday, February 14, 2017.
A College and Career Ready Valentine Luncheon was held on February 14th to recognize students who have attained the level of college and career readiness as reflected in their ACT scores, Compass scores, or vocational studies exams.
The CCHS JROTC Bulldog Battalion competed at the 8th Annual 7th Brigade, SGM (Ret) Paul Gray Memorial Drill in Radcliff, Kentucky on March 11, 2017.
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.
Mrs. Angela Sloan's Dual Credit English 102 class will be presenting the play Macbeth at Good Neighbors Theatre in Byrdstown, Tennessee on Monday, May 15th at 6:00 PM.
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.
The 5th Annual Clinton County School District Instructional Strategies Mini-Conference was held at Clinton County Middle School on Monday, July 31st.
Upon completing a sequence of courses within the Career Pathway program of studies, students are graduating from high school with stackable, portable industry certifications.
8th grade students at Clinton County Middle School have the opportunity to enroll in courses at the Clinton County Area Technology Center.
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.
Fitness Buddies is a new program sponsored by Clinton County Healthy Hometown that partners high school students with elementary school students to encourage activity and healthy living!
Students in Ms. Rachel McFall's first grade class at AES enjoyed their math lesson with a hands-on approach.
On Wednesday, November 9th, the 8th grade class at Clinton County Middle School attended a College and Career Readiness Seminar at the Center for Rural Development in Somerset.
The local Migrant Education Program was featured in the December issue of Migrant Magazine, the state publication of the Kentucky Migrant Education Program.
The Clinton County Middle School Academic Team took home the championship trophy at the annual 6th Grade Academic Showcase on Saturday, December 3rd.
Clinton County School District has achieved the designation of High-Performing District under the Unbridled Learning Assessment and Accountability System for 2015-16.
Congratulations to Hailey Cole, Destany Sparks, David Guffey, Jake Boils, and Nathan Brown for completing ALL 8th grade Study Island Social Studies blue ribbons!
The students at the Clinton County Early Childhood Center raised $1,216.32 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society during their annual Pennies for Patients drive.
The Clinton County Middle School KUNA students attended the Kentucky United Nations Assembly at the Galt House in Louisville on March 5-7, 2017.
A mural depicting the DAWGS motto was the culminating activity in the VSA Arts Inclusion Project at CCMS.
Students at Clinton County Middle School were recently awarded basketballs, t-shirts, and hats for their participation in the NBA Math Hoops program.
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.
On Thursday, September 28th, members of the Albany Fire Department, EMS, and Dispatch, as well as representatives from Equity Group, presented a program on fire safety at AES.
On Friday, October 28th, CCMS and CCHS students traveled to Bowling Green, Kentucky to tour the WBKO television studio.
AES Math Recovery Teacher Tonda Thompson was honored on November 4th as a finalist for the 2016 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching.
On Thursday, November 3rd, the Clinton County Middle School KUNA Club sponsored a Silly Sock Hop fundraiser event.
The Clinton County High School varsity cheerleaders recently hosted their annual "Breakfast with Princesses" fundraiser.
The Clinton County High School JROTC Bulldog Battalion is on a winning streak, claiming the championship at the Upper Cumberland Color Guard Competition, defeating White County in a Marksmanship Competition, and placing second at the SGT York Drill Meet.
CCHS freshman Conlan Beck attended the State of the Commonwealth Address with the First Lady's Youth Leadership Council in Frankfort on February 8th & 9th, sponsored by the GEAR UP PALS program.
The CCHS JROTC Bulldog Battalion Drill Team won 2nd place in the Armed Platoon Inspection and 3rd place in the Armed Platoon Regulation Drill at the EKU JROTC Classic on March 4th.
On Thursday, March 9, 2017, thirty-three members of the CCATC FBLA chapter competed at the Regional Leadership Conference.
Members of the CCATC HOSA organization competed at the State Leadership Conference, where senior Emily Frye won first place in the Home Health Aide competition.
The senior members of the CCHS Archery Team were honored at the Archery Banquet at Albany Elementary School on Tuesday, April 25th.
Bryson Frazho and Shaila Pascual were the lucky winners of bicycles given away at the end of the Clinton County Schools Food Service Summer Feeding Program.
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.
AES brought home awards for the top three teams at the annual STEMShot rocket competition at WKU on Saturday, October 15th.
Students in 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grades at Clinton County Middle School were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day on Friday, November 4th.
The Clinton County Extension Office and CCHS student 4-H counselors joined together to teach CCMS students how to Sally-Down-the-Alley - a longtime 4-H camp tradition.
Clinton County Area Technology Center students in the Medicaid Nurse Aide Program recently assisted with the annual Health Fair at Dyer Drug.
Clinton County Area Technology Center students earned a total of 27 Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certifications in Digital Literacy at the end of the fall semester.
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.
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.
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 CCHS Soccer Dawgs are the 4th Region All "A" Tournament Champs!
Students and staff at CCMS & CCHS participated in Gear Up Week September 18th - 22nd.
A College and Career Ready Halloween Party was held on October 31st to recognize students who have attained the level of college and career readiness as reflected in their ACT scores, Compass scores, or vocational studies exams.
On Wednesday, October 26th, the Clinton County High School and 4-H Adventure Club went hiking and took a guided cave tour at Dale Hollow State Park.
Clinton County Early Childhood Center is now taking applications for a full day preschool classroom that will begin on January 4, 2017.
The Medical Center at Albany recently donated a hospital bed to the Health Sciences Program at the Clinton County Area Technology Center.
Students in grades 3 - 8 competed on March 22nd & 23rd in Battle of the Books.
The students at ECC, AES, and CCMS raised over $3,500.00 during the annual St. Jude Math-A-Thon fundraiser.
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.
In honor of Grandparents Day on Sunday, September 10th, the Early Childhood Center celebrated by inviting grandparents to visit ECC and eat lunch with their grandchildren.
Third grade students will have the opportunity to watch broccoli that they planted grow in raised beds at AES, and then harvest the crops in late November.
On Friday, November 4th, AES and CCMS students traveled to Frankfort, Kentucky to the Kentucky Book Fair.
On Tuesday, March 21st, the Clinton County High School freshmen students enjoyed a visit to the campus of Tennessee Tech, sponsored by GEAR UP.
CCHS junior students who have taken classes this year at CCATC participated in mock interviews on Monday, May 15th.
Two more new teachers join the ranks at Clinton County High School for the 2017-18 school year.
Members of the Clinton County Healthy Hometown Coalition gathered around Albany Mayor Nicky Smith and County Judge / Executive Richard Armstrong on Friday, September 15th as they signed proclamations declaring the first Monday in October as Child Health Day.
(Photo by Alan B. Gibson)
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.
On Tuesday, November 1st, CCMS and CCHS students traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to participate in the Tennessee Titans Learning Lab.
On Wednesday, November 2, 2016, CCMS held an all-day celebration to reward students for their hard work in earning a Proficient status for the school on the 2016 KPREP.
Students at Albany Elementary School enjoyed a visit with some critters from Zoodles Animal Education Program on Monday, March 20th.
Clinton County High School students who are College and Career Ready were rewarded with ice cream sundae buffet and Easter egg hunt on Friday, April 14th.
The last College and Career Readiness luncheon of the year for CCHS seniors was held on Monday, May 15th.
Seven new teachers join the staff at Albany Elementary School for the 2017-18 school year.
On Friday, September 15th, twenty-seven CCHS students participated in the High School Leadership Conference at Western Kentucky University.
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.
South Kentucky RECC sponsored the Lexington Philharmonic's "Music Tells a Story" program at Albany Elementary School on Friday, March 17th.
CCMS softball and baseball teams were presented with a mini grant from American Woodmark on Monday, April 24th.
Clinton County Middle School welcomes three new teachers for the 2017-18 school year.
Students at ECC and AES had the opportunity to try canary melon and Parisian carrots during the September Try Day on Friday, September 15th.
The CCHS senior class took a trip to Dale Hollow Lake State Park on September 15th to take Senior Favorites photos.
Freshman students at Clinton County High School participated in the Truth and Consequences event on Friday, March 17th.
Gifted & Talented students in grades K - 12 visited the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington on March 30th & 31st.
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.
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.
Along with schools across the state, Clinton County Schools celebrated High Attendance Day on Wednesday, September 20, 2017.
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On April 17-19, 2017, fourteen members of CCATC's FBLA chapter attended the State Leadership Conference at the Galt House in Louisville, Kentucky.
GEAR UP hosted a Parent College Night at the Somerset Community College Clinton Campus on Monday, April 24th.
On Tuesday, September 12th, Ms. Gina Poore accepted a Summer Food Service Program Champion award for her work with the Clinton County Summer Feeding Program.
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!
The Clinton County High School KUNA students attended the Kentucky United Nations Assembly at the Galt House in Louisville on March 26-28, 2017.
On Wednesday, April 19th, CCHS students had the opportunity to participate in the Lexington Legends Game Day Education Program at Applebee's Park.
Stick horses were everywhere at the annual Kindergarten Little Kentucky Derby at the Early Childhood Center on Monday, May 8th.
Clinton County Area Technology Center Business Instructor Holly Claborn was appointed to the MBA Research National Teacher Advisory Network.
The CCHS Relay for Life team and softball team joined together to celebrate cancer survivors at Pink Out night on April 13th.
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 Conlan Beck recently received an Award of Excellence from the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists for his participation in the Congress of Future Medical Leaders outside of Boston during the summer of 2017.
On Tuesday, April 11th, students at Clinton County Middle School had the opportunity to participate in the Rural Up! Code Academy.
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.
CCHS sophomore Isabelle Moons has been selected by The Center for Rural Development to attend the 2017 Rogers Scholars program.
The students in Mrs. Jona Guffey's and Mrs. Samantha Marcum-Blackaby's 3rd grade classes at AES recently toured the Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery.
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.
Clinton County Area Technology Center HOSA, FBLA, and SKILLS USA students raised $117.00 during the annual Pennies for Patients fundraiser.
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.
CCMS 5th grader Saylor Burchett was recently named the winner of the Mid-Cumberland Retired Teachers Association Grandparent of the Year Essay Contest.
Students got a taste of the "Real World" during Reality Town 2017 at Clinton County Middle School.
The students in Mrs. Jona Guffey's and Mrs. Samantha Marcum-Blackaby's 3rd grade classes completed their book study of Because of Winn Dixie by celebrating like the book characters did, with Dump Punch and Egg Salad!
Clinton County Adult Education was presented with a mini grant from American Woodmark Foundation on Monday, April 24th.
The 3rd grade students at Albany Elementary School recently visited the Bluegrass Stockyards to view a stock sale.
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.