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The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The faculty and staff at AES always make the 4th Grade Bash an exciting and memorable day for the "senior" students. During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. Calirose Johnson, Carson Wells, Bentley Creekmore, & Knoxx Duvall received new bikes for having perfect attendance at ECC. Fifth grade social studies teacher Chris Marcum accompanied a group of students to Frankfort to tour the State Capitol and to meet with State Senator Max Wise. Cannon Young, Matthew Duvall, & Nick Poore were the winners of the iHeart Clinton County Video Contest! Congratulations to Mrs. Ashley King's Phlebotomy students on completing the Certified Phlebotomy Technician exam with 100% passage rate!  Albany Elementary School hosted a "Trapped in Math Class" themed Family Math and Literacy Night. The Clinton County High School band performed at KMEA Concert Assessment at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green. Twelve members of CCATC's chapter of FBLA attended the State Leadership Conference at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville, KY. Members of the Clinton County High School Science Club took a tour of Mammoth Cave. The Lead to Succeed students from Clinton County Area Technology Center completed a service-learning project at Golden Harvest Village. Albany Lions Club President Tammie Conner presents AES Principal Tim Armstrong a check to purchase six HP Chromebooks for the students at AES.  The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! CCHS student Jake Boils is among the 96 Kentucky sophomores who were selected for the Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science Class of 2021.  Fifth grade social studies teacher Chris Marcum accompanied a group of students to Frankfort to tour the State Capitol and to meet with State Senator Max Wise. The faculty and staff at AES always make the 4th Grade Bash an exciting and memorable day for the "senior" students. Public Affairs Officer Nick Hale from KSP Post 15 visited CCHS with the new Mobile Substance Abuse Education trailer. The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The CCMS FCA Choir performed at Relay for Life at CCHS. The Clinton County High School Breakfast Club enjoyed breakfast together at Dale Hollow Lake State Park. CCATC Instructor Holly Claborn, left, completed the Project Management Trainers Training. During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. Students from the SCC Cosmetology program at SoKY ECCA competed at the state SkillsUSA competition, bringing home first place in three events! Over 250 people attended the 7th annual Clinton County Schools Taste Testing at Clinton County High School. The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The 10th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show featured submissions from students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS in the categories of photography, paintings, drawings, and sculpture. Senior archers were honored at the annual Archery Banquet. Albany Elementary School hosted a "Trapped in Math Class" themed Family Math and Literacy Night. CCHS juniors Abby Turner and Rachel Sawyers were selected to participate in the annual South Kentucky RECC Washington, D.C. Youth Tour. CCHS sophomore Abby Young will participate in the Rogers Scholars Program during the summer of 2019. Evan Little, Loren Little, Ashton Daniels, and Sadie Moons were selected to be participants in the Rogers Explorers Program this summer. The Southern Kentucky Early College & Career Academy  held a Career Academy Induction Ceremony and Open House on Tuesday, March 26th. The Clinton County High School band performed at KMEA Concert Assessment at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green. Gifted & Talented students at AES visited the Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo in Horse Cave, Kentucky.  The Clinton County High School delegation represented Australia and Papua New Guinea at the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA). Miss Kentucky 2018, Katie Bouchard of Owensboro, visits ECC & AES. The Clinton County Middle School had a successful run at the KAAC Governor’s Cup State Tournament. Volunteer mentors met one-on-one with 8th and 10th grade students during Operation Preparation.  Congratulations to CCHS archers Christin Shelton and Ethan Shelton on representing Clinton County at the Kentucky NASP State Tournament in Louisville, Kentucky! During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. The Clinton County Middle School delegation represented Egypt at the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA).  The faculty and staff at AES always make the 4th Grade Bash an exciting and memorable day for the "senior" students. Congratulations to CCMS 8th grader Asa Flowers on capturing the S3DA Indoor National Champion title in Middle School Open!  AES was transformed into a museum for Family Literacy Night, with each grade level featuring exhibits, student work displays, and literacy activities. Thirty-one members of Clinton County ATC's FBLA chapter competed in the Region 2 Leadership Conference. Students got a taste of the "Real World" during Reality Town 2019 at Clinton County Middle School.  Students at AES learned about dental care, good nutrition, hand washing, heart health, sugar & the body, and water safety at the annual Health Fair. Fifth grade social studies teacher Chris Marcum accompanied a group of students to Frankfort to tour the State Capitol and to meet with State Senator Max Wise. Guest readers from the Clinton County Retired Teachers Association read to students at Albany Elementary School to help celebrate AES Read Across America Week.  The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The 10th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show featured submissions from students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS in the categories of photography, paintings, drawings, and sculpture. Over 250 people attended the 7th annual Clinton County Schools Taste Testing at Clinton County High School. Students at the Clinton County Early Childhood Center enjoyed lots of fun activities during Read Across America Week! The Southern Kentucky Early College & Career Academy  held a Career Academy Induction Ceremony and Open House on Tuesday, March 26th. The CCHS Literacy Design Collaborative Team partnered with 21st Century to host some break time games during Read Across America Spirit Week at CCHS! Volunteer mentors met one-on-one with 8th and 10th grade students during Operation Preparation.  Miss Kentucky 2018, Katie Bouchard of Owensboro, visits ECC & AES. CCHS students who are transitional ready were treated to a Valentine's Day Party at Major's Pizza. The faculty and staff at AES always make the 4th Grade Bash an exciting and memorable day for the "senior" students. The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. 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. CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. 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.  Miss Kentucky 2018, Katie Bouchard of Owensboro, visits ECC & AES. Students got a taste of the "Real World" during Reality Town 2019 at Clinton County Middle School.  During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. CCHS students who are transitional ready were treated to a Valentine's Day Party at Major's Pizza. The Clinton County Middle School delegation represented Egypt at the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA).  Several Clinton County FBLA members placed in the competitive events at the Regional Leadership Conference.  AES was transformed into a museum for Family Literacy Night, with each grade level featuring exhibits, student work displays, and literacy activities. The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The Clinton County High School delegation represented Australia and Papua New Guinea at the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA). Students at AES learned about dental care, good nutrition, hand washing, heart health, sugar & the body, and water safety at the annual Health Fair. The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The Southern Kentucky Early College & Career Academy  held a Career Academy Induction Ceremony and Open House on Tuesday, March 26th. CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. The faculty and staff at AES always make the 4th Grade Bash an exciting and memorable day for the "senior" students. Mr. Science presents his Engineering with Minecraft program for Gifted & Talented students at AES. The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The Clinton County High School delegation represented Australia and Papua New Guinea at the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA). The Clinton County Middle School Academic Team won 1st place at District Governor's Cup! Guest readers from the Clinton County Retired Teachers Association read to students at Albany Elementary School to help celebrate AES Read Across America Week.  The 10th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show featured submissions from students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS in the categories of photography, paintings, drawings, and sculpture. Albany Elementary School hosted a "Trapped in Math Class" themed Family Math and Literacy Night. Gifted & Talented students at AES visited the Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo in Horse Cave, Kentucky.  CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. The faculty and staff at AES always make the 4th Grade Bash an exciting and memorable day for the "senior" students. The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! Volunteer mentors met one-on-one with 8th and 10th grade students during Operation Preparation.  Students at the Clinton County Early Childhood Center enjoyed lots of fun activities during Read Across America Week! The Southern Kentucky Early College & Career Academy  held a Career Academy Induction Ceremony and Open House on Tuesday, March 26th. AES was transformed into a museum for Family Literacy Night, with each grade level featuring exhibits, student work displays, and literacy activities. The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! Students at AES learned about dental care, good nutrition, hand washing, heart health, sugar & the body, and water safety at the annual Health Fair. CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. AES hosted a Family Involvement Night with the theme of Spaghetti and Meatballs for All.  Students got a taste of the "Real World" during Reality Town 2019 at Clinton County Middle School.  Over 250 people attended the 7th annual Clinton County Schools Taste Testing at Clinton County High School. The 10th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show featured submissions from students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS in the categories of photography, paintings, drawings, and sculpture. AES Gifted & Talented students students learn the basics of the engineering design process during the "Mr. Science" Engineering with Minecraft program.  Guest readers from the Clinton County Retired Teachers Association read to students at Albany Elementary School to help celebrate AES Read Across America Week.  During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. Students at AES learned about dental care, good nutrition, hand washing, heart health, sugar & the body, and water safety at the annual Health Fair. During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. The CCHS VolleyDawgs are back-to-back 16th District Champs!  The Southern Kentucky Early College & Career Academy  held a Career Academy Induction Ceremony and Open House on Tuesday, March 26th. Students at the Clinton County Early Childhood Center enjoyed lots of fun activities during Read Across America Week! Albany Elementary School hosted a "Trapped in Math Class" themed Family Math and Literacy Night. The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The Southern Kentucky Early College & Career Academy  held a Career Academy Induction Ceremony and Open House on Tuesday, March 26th. The faculty and staff at AES always make the 4th Grade Bash an exciting and memorable day for the "senior" students. Over 250 people attended the 7th annual Clinton County Schools Taste Testing at Clinton County High School. Miss Kentucky 2018, Katie Bouchard of Owensboro, visits ECC & AES. CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. The 10th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show featured submissions from students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS in the categories of photography, paintings, drawings, and sculpture. Volunteer mentors met one-on-one with 8th and 10th grade students during Operation Preparation.  Gifted & Talented students at AES visited the Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo in Horse Cave, Kentucky.  The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. Volunteer mentors met one-on-one with 8th and 10th grade students during Operation Preparation.  Students got a taste of the "Real World" during Reality Town 2019 at Clinton County Middle School.  The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! AES Gifted & Talented students students learn the basics of the engineering design process during the "Mr. Science" Engineering with Minecraft program.  The Southern Kentucky Early College & Career Academy  held a Career Academy Induction Ceremony and Open House on Tuesday, March 26th. The 10th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show featured submissions from students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS in the categories of photography, paintings, drawings, and sculpture. CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The 10th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show featured submissions from students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS in the categories of photography, paintings, drawings, and sculpture. The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! Guest readers from the Clinton County Retired Teachers Association read to students at Albany Elementary School to help celebrate AES Read Across America Week.  The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! AES hosted a Family Involvement Night with the theme of Spaghetti and Meatballs for All.  Volunteer mentors met one-on-one with 8th and 10th grade students during Operation Preparation.  Students at AES learned about dental care, good nutrition, hand washing, heart health, sugar & the body, and water safety at the annual Health Fair. The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! Volunteer mentors met one-on-one with 8th and 10th grade students during Operation Preparation.  The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The faculty and staff at AES always make the 4th Grade Bash an exciting and memorable day for the "senior" students. Over 250 people attended the 7th annual Clinton County Schools Taste Testing at Clinton County High School. The Southern Kentucky Early College & Career Academy  held a Career Academy Induction Ceremony and Open House on Tuesday, March 26th. Gifted & Talented students at AES visited the Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo in Horse Cave, Kentucky. During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. AES was transformed into a museum for Family Literacy Night, with each grade level featuring exhibits, student work displays, and literacy activities. AES was transformed into a museum for Family Literacy Night, with each grade level featuring exhibits, student work displays, and literacy activities. CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. Students got a taste of the "Real World" during Reality Town 2019 at Clinton County Middle School.  CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. Guest readers from the Clinton County Retired Teachers Association read to students at Albany Elementary School to help celebrate AES Read Across America Week.  AES Gifted & Talented students students learn the basics of the engineering design process during the "Mr. Science" Engineering with Minecraft program.  The Southern Kentucky Early College & Career Academy  held a Career Academy Induction Ceremony and Open House on Tuesday, March 26th. The 10th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show featured submissions from students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS in the categories of photography, paintings, drawings, and sculpture. The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! Students at AES learned about dental care, good nutrition, hand washing, heart health, sugar & the body, and water safety at the annual Health Fair. The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! AES was transformed into a museum for Family Literacy Night, with each grade level featuring exhibits, student work displays, and literacy activities. CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. Guest readers from the Clinton County Retired Teachers Association read to students at Albany Elementary School to help celebrate AES Read Across America Week.  Students got a taste of the "Real World" during Reality Town 2019 at Clinton County Middle School.  Gifted & Talented students at AES visited the Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo in Horse Cave, Kentucky. The 10th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show featured submissions from students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS in the categories of photography, paintings, drawings, and sculpture. CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The Southern Kentucky Early College & Career Academy  held a Career Academy Induction Ceremony and Open House on Tuesday, March 26th. CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. AES Gifted & Talented students students learn the basics of the engineering design process during the "Mr. Science" Engineering with Minecraft program.  CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. The Southern Kentucky Early College & Career Academy  held a Career Academy Induction Ceremony and Open House on Tuesday, March 26th. The faculty and staff at AES always make the 4th Grade Bash an exciting and memorable day for the "senior" students. Gifted & Talented students at AES visited the Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo in Horse Cave, Kentucky. The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! Students got a taste of the "Real World" during Reality Town 2019 at Clinton County Middle School.  During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. Guest readers from the Clinton County Retired Teachers Association read to students at Albany Elementary School to help celebrate AES Read Across America Week.  AES was transformed into a museum for Family Literacy Night, with each grade level featuring exhibits, student work displays, and literacy activities. CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day. The 10th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show featured submissions from students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS in the categories of photography, paintings, drawings, and sculpture. CCMS students were introduced to real jobs by community volunteers at Career Day.
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2019-20 Orientation Schedule

Mark your calendars! Here is the REVISED Orientation Schedule for next school year!

Orientation Schedule 2019-20

New Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App

End of life for the current Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App is June 30th!

End of Life for the current Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App is June 30th!

2019-20 CCMS Supply List

Get your CCMS School Supply List for 2019-2020 here!

Mark your calendars! Here is the Orientation Schedule for next school year!

PBIS Silver Level Fidelity Status

Clinton County Early Childhood Center, Albany Elementary School, and Clinton County Middle School were awarded Silver Level Fidelity Status by the Kentucky PBIS Network for the 2018-2019 school year.  Congratulations!  

Clinton County Early Childhood Center, Albany Elementary School, and Clinton County Middle School were awarded Silver Level Fidelity Status by the Kentucky PBIS Network for the 2018-2019 school year.  Congratulations!  

 

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