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  • Elementary School Dismissal Procedure Survey Available

    On September 8th the Elementary School, in response to a potential danger, changed the afternoon dismissal procedures to assure the safety of all the children. Throughout this experience, many parents and teachers reported that they would appreciate a safer dismissal procedure than the one that was in place in the past. Click on the title above to learn more about this and take the survey.

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  • CCS Track Team Succeeds at VVS Invitational

    At Saturday's invitational, the CCS girls' track team finished 4th overall in its race section. Eva Borton was the individual winner of our race and CCS Freshman Taylor Harvey finished 8th. Senior Taylor Highers finished 17th to put 3 CCS girls in the top 20 out of 168 runners in our race section. The boys team finished 6th in their race. Senior Andrew Ford finished 8th individually and senior Chris Rivera was 27th out of 221. Please click on the title of this article to view link.

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  • Friday, September 15th is International Dot Day!

    This global celebration of literature, creativity, courage and collaboration began when teacher Terry Shay introduced his classroom to Peter H. Reynolds’ book "The Dot" on September 15, 2009. Please help us celebrate on Friday, September 15th, by having your elementary students dress up in anything they have that has dots on it!

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  • New Teachers Prepare for the Opening of School

    As the opening of school approaches, seven new teachers have been busy preparing for their new roles under the supervision of seasoned staff...

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  • Parent University at CCS

    On September 5th, The Professional Development Center will be offering a workshop from 7pm to 8pm in the theater, "Unplugging: Finding Ways to Communicate with Your Kid in Grades K-12". This is the first in a series of workshops sponsored by the PTA. Please click on the title of this article for more information.

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  • Kilby Family Scholarship

    Class of 1944 Valedictorian David Kilby donated $1,000,000 to establish a multi year scholarship for Clinton graduates! Click here to read more....

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  • BOCES Consortium of Continuing Education

    Preparing adults for the future is the goal of the BOCES Consortium of Continuing Education (BCCE). Programs provide education and job training skills that are essential in today's technology. BCCE offers more than 200 programs to adults and is a partnership between Madison-Oneida BOCES and Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES. Check out what BCCE has to offer here: www.moboces.org/adulted

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  • School Climate Survey Available to Parents

    Clinton cares what parents think about the school climate in each of our schools! Click above for a link to a copy of the email letter sent to parents:

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  • Clinton Music Parents Guitar Raffle Winner

    Rick Heintz was the lucky winner of a guitar donated by Big Apple Music. His winning ticket was drawn by students Kehela Reeves and Alexis Racioppa at the high school spring concert. Thank you for all who participated and congratulations to the Heintz family!

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  • Hannaford Presents CES with $1000 Check

    The Clinton, NY Hannaford Supermarket recently presented Clinton Elementary School with $1,000.00 through the Hannaford Helps Schools program....

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  • Students Awarded a Free Lunch at KFC

    KFC of New Hartford provided lunch for 4 CCS students who created a giant bucket of chicken in their Studio Art class. The artists are Jacob Lewis and Brian Hall (pictured), Blake Hook and David Henderson.

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  • Dollars for Scholars Winner!

    Congratulations to the Engle family of Clinton, winners of this year's Dollars for Scholars Raffle! Thank you to all who supported this effort through ticket purchases, and to Clinton Tractor for their generosity.

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  • Students Compete in Environthon

    Envirothon is an outdoor competition consisting of a series of hands-on contests in which teams of high school students compete to solve environmental problems in five categories: aquatics, wildlife, forestry, soils, and a current event. The result is to develop environmental awareness among students that will last a life-time. The teams are advised by science teacher Laurie Rosenburgh...

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  • Arbor Day Celebration

    A Crimson Red Maple tree was planted on the elementary school grounds in honor of teacher Tracy Evans and teacher assistant Marcia Belois who will be retiring at the end of this school year. Students are also raising funds to purchase a tree for Kirkland Town Park by sponsoring a walk...

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  • Art Show in the Elementary School

    Please click on the title to view slides...

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