• Alteri's Restaurant and Clinton Dollars for Scholars

    Alteri's Restaurant, 7 College Street in Clinton, is again teaming up with the local chapter of Dollars for Scholars to help raise funds for graduating CCS students. Pizza purchased on any Wednesday earns $2 for the Clinton Dollars for Scholars/Alteri's Scholarship Fund. Eat locally and support our graduates! For more information about Clinton Dollars for Scholars and ways to support our students, visit https://clinton.dollarsforscholars.org

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  • Ninth Grade Students Attend Freedom Writers Presentation

    All area ninth graders recently enjoyed an inspiring presentation at the Stanley Theater by Erin Gruwell, founder of the Freedom Writers methodology, a standard-based, educational strategy for shifting a classroom into a space for students to grow, with curricula designed to achieve excellence from all students. In some Districts, including Clinton, "The Freedom Writers Diary" is currently being integrated into ninth grade ELA classes.

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  • Student Artwork to Be Displayed at the 2019 NYSSBA Convention

    The artwork of four CCS students will be displayed at the 2019 NYSSBA Convention in Rochester in late October. Co-sponsored by New York State Art Teachers Association and New York State School Board Association, the work on display "clearly demonstrates a high level of student ability at every grade level, in a spectacular range of mediums, techniques and genres". Congratulations to Lange Matteson, Delainey Williams, Eliana Crissey and Miriam Leahy and to their teachers Lynn Hall and Amy Pape for this outstanding accomplishment.

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  • Football Team State Ranked - First Time Since the 1980s!

    The Clinton Warrior football team is now ranked 19th in New York State according to the New York State Sports Writer Association. Click above for a link to their webpage.

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  • Fourth Youth Fun Run Results

    Please click on the title of this article for the results of the 10/18/19 youth fun run.

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  • Brick Garden Dedication

    The annual Brick Garden Dedication will take place on Saturday, October 5th, at 9:30 am.

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  • CCS YOUTH CROSS COUNTRY RACES ARE BACK!!!

    The Clinton Central School Cross Country program would like to invite all youth runners (4th, 5th & 6th grade) to participate in a series of cross country races. Please click on the title of this article for details...

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  • Welcome New Teachers

    Several new teachers will be joining the CCS family this year. Pictured are Mr. Frank Milana, Technology; Ms. Reanna Zappavigna, Physical Education; Ms. Carmen Keane, Foreign Language; Ms. Michelle Trela, Grade 5; Ms. Rachel Grisham, Social Worker; Ms. Natalie Bock, Social Studies and Ms. Paige Culver, Grade 5. Missing from the photo is Ms. Kelly Sanderson, Mathematics. Also joining our staff is Mr. Glenn Kulinski, who is serving as our facilities director. Welcome!

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  • Bus Number Change

    From the CCS Transportation Department: Students riding bus 48 will now be riding bus 61. Students riding bus 49 will now be riding bus 62. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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  • Clinton High School Earns Designation of Recognition School

    Clinton High School has been awarded the distinction of being a Recognition School in leading New York State toward the accomplishment of education excellence in student performance. The school received a certificate and a letter from Regent Chancellor Betty Rosa. Thank you to our teachers, students and administrators for making this possible.

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  • Clinton High School Recognized for Yearbook Excellence

    The Clinton Yearbook staff, under the advisement of art teacher Mindy Pavone, has been recognized by Balfour Yearbooks for the June 2018 edition. Evaluation was based on theme development, layout design, photo content, secondary packages and cover design. Said Julia Copeland, Balfour Yearbook editor, “Your yearbook tells the story of your school community. Creating a yearbook that preserves your school’s memories and history is an extraordinary accomplishment.

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  • CCS Athletes Honored

    Eva Borton was named Mohawk Valley Female Athlete of the year for all sports at the June 18th Mohawk Valley all-sports all-star banquet and awards dinner. Former Olympian Jackie Joyner Kersee was the featured guest speaker. In specific sport awards, Eva was also named female cross country runner of the year and fellow senior Sarah Owens was named female Lacrosse player of the year. Congratulations to our athletes! Please click on the title of this article to view the video.

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  • Lauren Chmielewski Honored

    At the girls’ lacrosse banquet held on June 10th, it was announced that Lauren Chmielewski was selected as a 2019 US Lacrosse Academic All-American. Lauren was one of 7 girls chosen from Section 3. Congratulations, Lauren, on all of your achievements!

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  • Students Honored for Musical Achievement

    At a luncheon at the Delta Hotel on June 6, seniors Eva Borton and Jadon Ingalls were recognized for outstanding achievement in music. The Utica Music League hosted the event to acknowledge students who have made significant progress music as well as major contributions to their school's music program.

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  • CCS Students Qualify for NYS Championship

    Students Roxee Hughes, Eva Borton, Louis Pinto and Finley Davignon will be traveling to Middletown this weekend to compete in the NYS Track & Field Championships! Best of luck to our students!

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  • Tennis Team Wins Title

    The Clinton Tennis Team won the CSC West title with an unbeaten record in the division. They were able to defeat defending champion Hamilton. The starting players on the team were singles players Drew Racioppa, Antonio Femia, and Brian Hall and doubles players Jack Drejza, Rickie Hughes, David Henderson, and Nick Gale. Congratulations!

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  • Santoli Award Celebration

    On May 20th, recipients and nominees for the annual Santoli Award were honored. Former winners were given the opportunity to report on how they used their award to pay it forward. The celebration culminated with a butterfly release, inspired by the concept of the butterfly effect shared and validated by teacher Frank Santoli during his tenure at CCS. Please click on the title of this article for the list of nominees and recipients.

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  • Shopping for Books

    Last fall, Karina Davis and Victoria Elefante helped to secure 2nd place for CCS in the Kirkland Town Library “Battle of the Books” competition. The students were finally able to meet at Barnes and Noble and spend the $200 winnings. They thoroughly enjoyed choosing books for the library.

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  • CCS Alum Recieves Award

    1980 graduate Emily Gallagher received the Outstanding Contributor Award from MIT where she is employed as a faculty assistant. For more information, please click on the title of this article.

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  • Eighth Grade Class Visit NYC

    On May 10th, grade 8 students visited the Intrepid Sea, Space and Air Museum and toured the 911 Memorial and Museum in NYC. Students enjoyed curriculum enrichment and experienced the hustle and bustle of the big city.

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