Location of Middle and High School Attendance and Nurses' Offices
The Middle and High School Attendance and Nurses' Offices are located in the Business Office area of the Administration Building. To report your child absent, please call Mrs. Devine at (315) 557-2232.
The annual Dollar for Scholars Raffle ticket drawing will take place on April 29th at 1:00pm. The prize is a Ferris IS600Z tractor or $3000 cash. Tickets are $20 and are available at Clinton Agway, Clinton Tractor and Alteri's Restaurant. They will also be sold on April 1st at Access Federal Credit Union and on April 22nd at Nice'N'Easy on the corner of Routes 5 & 233. All proceeds are used to fund scholarship opportunities for CCS graduates.
The middle school Mathcounts team finished second in regional competition held on February 4th at MVCC. The team will continue on to state competition at RPI in Troy, NY on March 18th. Congratulations to Leah Borton, Karina Davis, Joe DeTraglia and Jason Rivera.
Senior Darby D'Angelo, flanked by parents, teammates and supporters, signed a formal commitment on February 3rd to play Division 1 soccer for Siena College in Latham, NY. Darby is...
On December 8th, 33 students presented to judges 24 controlled study projects at the annual high school science fair. Volunteer judges came from Indium Corporation, MVCC, Hamilton College, Clinton Central School, ESF, Soil and Water Conservation District, and FMP Remediation. Ten students will go on to represent Clinton High School at the Utica College Science Fair ....
Eleventh grade student Meghan Doris has set a new NYS girls bowling 3-game series record with a score of 813. This qualifies Meghan for the 2017 U.S. High School Bowling Nartional Championship to be held in Nashville, Tennesee in June. Congratulations, Meghan!
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.
The Olympics of the Visual Arts is in full swing in the elementary school! Click on the title of this article to view photos.
" International Dot Day”, inspired by the book "The Dot," by Peter Reynolds, is a global celebration of creativity, courage, collaboration, and inspiration.