• School Closings/Delays:

    Upon the recommendation of the Governor, schools are currently closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and will remain closed through April 17th. Students should complete all Cyber Work through Day 20 by Friday, April 3rd. Spring Break will be April 6th - 10th. Additional Cyber Day work will be provided online or mailed.  Students should complete Cyber Day work for Days 21-25 for the week of April 13th - 17th.  Tentatively, schools are scheduled to re-open on April 20th. Any further closures will be announced here.

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Musician and author Jamon Scott visited AES during Read Across America week!
Musician and author Jamon Scott visited AES during Read Across America week!
Musician and author Jamon Scott visited AES during Read Across America week!
Musician and author Jamon Scott visited AES during Read Across America week!
Students in the Gifted & Talented Program at AES participated in the Living Arts & Science Center Wonder on Wheels Outreach Program.
Students in the Gifted & Talented Program at AES participated in the Living Arts & Science Center Wonder on Wheels Outreach Program.
Students in the Gifted & Talented Program at AES participated in the Living Arts & Science Center Wonder on Wheels Outreach Program.
Students in the Gifted & Talented Program at AES participated in the Living Arts & Science Center Wonder on Wheels Outreach Program.
Albany Elementary School students participated in the annual Health Fair.
Albany Elementary School students participated in the annual Health Fair.
Albany Elementary School students participated in the annual Health Fair.
Albany Elementary School students participated in the annual Health Fair.
Albany Elementary School students participated in the annual Health Fair.
Albany Elementary School students participated in the annual Health Fair.
Albany Elementary School students participated in the annual Health Fair.
Albany Elementary School students participated in the annual Health Fair.
Students in Mrs. Crystal Marcum's 4th grade class at AES recently completed their unit on "How to Eat Fried Worms."
Students in Mrs. Crystal Marcum's 4th grade class at AES recently completed their unit on "How to Eat Fried Worms."
AES students are 100 days smarter!
AES students are 100 days smarter!
AES students are 100 days smarter!
AES students are 100 days smarter!
The Missoula Children's Theatre tour team conducted a workshop entitled “The History of Comedy" at AES.
The Missoula Children's Theatre tour team conducted a workshop entitled “The History of Comedy" at AES.
AES students are 100 days smarter!
AES students are 100 days smarter!
Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students brought Jack and the Beanstalk to the stage.
Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students brought Jack and the Beanstalk to the stage.
AES students are 100 days smarter!
AES students are 100 days smarter!

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Approved 2020-2021 School Calendar

This is the approved school calendar for the 2020-2021 school year.

2020-2021 School Year Calendar

Updated Student Meal Delivery Sites

Beginning on Monday, March 23rd, student meal delivery sites will be at the locations listed here. 

Food Distribution Sites

Healthy Kids Clinic Telehealth & Acute Care Services are Available!

Healthy Kids Clinic is still here to serve our students during this time of school closure!

Healthy Kids Clinic

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The mission of Clinton County Schools is to collaborate with the community to inspire life-long learning and future success.

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