The Hall of Distinction is designed to recognize and celebrate graduates and retirees of the school district for their accomplishments as well as to inspire current students to future success. 

    Graduates or retirees eligible for consideration will have exemplified the school district’s educational philosophy throughout their lives. Candidates must have made an enduring contribution to society, have or had an outstanding professional career, and/or have demonstrated a high level of commitment to the school and community.
    Former students must have graduated no less than 12 years ago.
    Former staff members must have been retired from the district for at least 5 years.



    Anyone may nominate either a graduate or retiree.  Please see the nomination form below.

    Nomination Form

    Middle School students find the name of local hero and Hall of Distinction Inductee Edward Felt 
    while visiting the 9/11 Memorial Museum during the 2015 8th Grade Class Field Trip to New York City 
    An Induction Ceremony for the most recent class of candidates will take place on October 5, 2019 at 4:00pm in the Clinton Central School Theater.

    This year's inductees include Marlene B. Brown, Class of 1954; Amy Owens Goodfriend, Class of 1978; David Stewart Kim, Class of 1996; and K. Scott Kim, Class of 1993. The ceremony will take place at 4:00 pm in the theater. All are welcome to attend.