Clinton County Middle School is proud to welcome three new teachers for the 2017-18 school year.
Mr. Jordan Fillingham - General Music
Before coming to Clinton County Middle School to teach general music, Mr. Jordan Fillingham served as the band director at Cumberland County Middle and Cumberland County High School for seven years. Before becoming a teacher, Mr. Fillingham attended Western Kentucky University (WKU) and earned his Bachelor of Music in Music Education and, later, his Master of Music in Conducting (Teacher Leader). While at WKU, Mr. Fillingham joined The Cavaliers, a professional drum and bugle corps from Chicago, Illinois and helped them win two bronze medals in the Drum Corps International (DCI) World Championship and lead the Big Red Marching Band as its drum major for two years. Mr. Fillingham is excited to be working with the music and band programs here in Clinton County and is looking forward to what the future holds.
Ms. Presley Sutton - Visual Arts
Recent college graduate and chicken enthusiast, Mrs. Presley Sutton has joined Clinton County Schools as the newest visual arts teacher at Clinton County Middle and Clinton County High School. Before coming to Clinton County, Mrs. Sutton attended Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) where she earned a Bachelor in Art Education and a Minor in Art History. Mrs. Sutton is looking forward to working with her students and showing them how valuable creating art is in their lives.
Ms. Rebecca Crabtree - 5th Grade Science
After earning her Associates of Arts in Early Childhood Education, Bachelor of Arts Elementary Education P-5 Education from Lindsey Wilson College, and Master of Arts Teacher Leader, Mrs. Rebecca Crabtree taught 5th grade science and social studies at Turner Intermediate School in Wayne County. After teaching at Turner Intermediate, Mrs. Crabtree took some time off to raise her son and daughter. Mrs. Crabtree is excited to join the fifth-grade team and to be working with her students.