The annual NYSATA student art exhibit installed at the New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) annual conference featured artwork created by several CCS students. Please click on the title of this article to view the gallery.
Students toured Clinton Pottery Studio where they learned how to make a mug from start to finish. Owner Jonathan Woodward assisted Mrs. Pavone’s Sculpture students and Mr. Gaetano’s studio art class in obtaining “hands on experience” working with clay.
Students and staff at CCS paid tribute to Veterans in a variety of ways during the month of November with ceremonies, songs, pictures and volunteer work. Please click on the title of this article to view photos.
The Capital Project vote that took place on 12/14/16 passed with 228 yes votes and 35 no votes. Thank you for your support.
The Olympics of the Visual Arts is in full swing in the elementary school! Click on the title of this article to view photos.
The Girls Varsity Soccer team and Mrs. Landry's kindergarten class got together for a pair share reading session. Each kindergartner chose a reading buddy and a book or two to share. Mrs. Landry, Miss Baker and the players and kindergartners all agree that it's one of their favorite days of the year.
The Clinton and Holland-Patent Girls Soccer teams held their 1st Annual "Pink Game" on Thursday, October 6th, night in a collective effort to bring further awareness to the cause. The game was dedicated to Clinton Physical Education teacher Darcey Cross who has recently been diagnosed with cancer.
On Friday, November 18th, retired PE teacher Christina Buschmann will be honored with the NYS AHPERD 2016 Middle School Teacher of the Year Award. Congratulations!
" International Dot Day”, inspired by the book "The Dot," by Peter Reynolds, is a global celebration of creativity, courage, collaboration, and inspiration.
Several members of the CCS staff will be missing from our hallways this year, and several new faces have joined us. Please click on the title of this article for more information and photos.
One dose of meningococcal conjugate vaccine (Menactra or Menevo) is required for students entering grade 7 and another at grade 12. Please click on the title of this announcement for further details.
Grade 3-8 State Assessment results are now public. Please click on the title of this article to view:
Mary Jordan often has a full day: train to become a Paralympian, and fight multiple sclerosis. She was inducted into the Kirkland Sports Hall of Fame in 2015.
On May 27th, several CCS students traveled to Albany to attend an exhibit at the Legislative Offices where their artwork was displayed. Please click on the title of this article to view photos.
Click here to see the names of this year's inductees and hear to audio from the event!
Clinton Central School will be offering My School Bucks beginning on October 13th . More information can be found by clicking on the title of this news item.