• Thank You Voters for Your Support

    Please click on the title of this article for vote results.

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  • Budget Information Available for Budget Vote

    Visit the 2019-2020 Budget Information Webpage for information related to our budget and don't forget to vote on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 in the Performing Arts Complex Atrium, 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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  • Eco-carnival to be Held on May 21st

    Elementary students and families are invited to the 3rd Annual Eco-Carnival. Come enjoy games with environmental themes, prizes, and ice cream… all for free! The carnival will take place on Tuesday, May 21 from 5pm to 7pm in the high school atrium.

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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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  • Half Days for Grades K-5

    Friday, June 21st through Wednesday, June 26th will be half days for students in grades K-5.

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  • Sports Boosters Food Truck Event

    Sports Boosters will sponsor a Food Truck Event on June 3rd in the Elementary School bus circle. Come and meet Clinton sports teams and enjoy games and a picnic on the grass. Rain date: June 5th

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  • STEM Exploration Showcase at SUNY POLY

    Twelve MS and HS Technology students recently competed against other area schools in STEM competitions including junkyard wars, projectile devices, 3d printing, and CAD. CCS placed in every event entered in both the middle school and high school divisions! Congratulations to the following students: Eli Davis, Ian Chang, Georgia Deep, Mikhail Karyagin, Abel Widiss, Brianna Howe, Matthew Gromo, Andrew Gadziala, Daniel Seymour, Karina Davis, Nick Gale, and Matthew Gadziala.

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  • Teacher Katie Petrie Honored

    Several area rotary clubs came together to honor this year's outstanding educators, but rotarians weren't on the selection committee. Students Emmeline MacPherson and Adries Kruger chose which CCS teacher exhibited the characteristic: "be the inspiration". High school teacher Kate Petrie was honored at a luncheon among other student selected recipients who exemplify the rotary motto of "service above self.” Congratulations, Mrs. Petrie!

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  • 2019 Air Force Research Lab Challenge Competition

    Students Kimberly Rivera and Jessica Ritz attended the 2019 Air Force Research Lab Challenge Competition over spring break. Clinton won first place out of the ten area schools that took part in the competition, earning Kim and Jessica a paid summer internship at the Air Force Research Lab in Rome. The students accomplished their assigned mission working under the advisement of the professional engineering staff. Congratulations!

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  • Give Back Snow Day

    If by May 23, 2019, the District does not use the remaining snow day, then Friday, May 24, 2019, will be a give back snow day. If an additional snow day must be used, then May 24, 2019 will be a day of instruction.

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  • AP Art Show at the Kirkland Town LIbrary

    AP Art student work will be displayed at the Kirkland Town Library beginning with a reception on April 9th at 6:00 pm. The display will continue through the month of April.

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  • Clinton Girls Win Section III Championship

    Clinton girls won their 3rd straight Section III indoor track & field team Championship! Click on the title of this article to view statistics:

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  • Local Students Shine in Academic Competitions

    Clinton students placed third in the Science Olympiad competition held at LeMoyne College, earning them a spot in the state competition to be held March 15th and 16th. The team is coached by teachers Meredith Callaghan and Kathleen Washburn. Please click on the title of this article to view Utica Observer Dispatch coverage.

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  • Indoor Track Center State Conference Championship Results

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  • OVA at the Elementary School

    Clinton elementary art students are working in full force on the Olympics of the Visuals Arts. This month we would like to feature the architecture group. Their challenge is to create a small or micro home. Architects have been adapting and converting international shipping containers into basic structures for homes and other human uses. The team’s mission is to design an artist studio in a single shipping container. For the purposes of this challenge the standard container size is 40 feet long, 8 feet wide and 8 feet tall. They must use those dimensions and convert them to create their scaled down model design. The students are designing the studio to use alternate sources for water or power with the intent to make it “off the grid.” The building will be in the woods over a waterfall which will be used for power. The picture shows them creating the landscape for their design.

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  • Elementary Students Spread Holiday Cheer

    The elementary chorus and band small ensembles, under the direction of Mrs. Jones and Ms. Lopata, performed at the Kirkland Senior Center on December 4th! The music students performed some holiday selections for the seniors after their luncheon.

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  • Art Students Visit NYC

    The AP 2D, AP Drawing and Art Club students, in conjunction with AP European History students, traveled to NYC on November 20th to see various exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Art students participated in a guided tour and attended a workshop that allowed them to create a sculpture based on works viewed on the tour. Students also had the opportunity to go to Times Square for dinner and shopping.

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  • Coach Beth Baker Receives Honor

    One of Clinton’s best girls’ soccer seasons got even better for Coach Beth Baker. The New York State Sportswriters and Coaches Organization for Girls Sports has named Ms. Baker as New York State Co-Coach of the Year along with Josh Olney of Holland Patent. Also honored as All New York State, Class B players were Elyse Jackson (2nd Team), Sydni Dreimiller (4th Team), and Kaitlyn Williams (6th Team). Plese click on the title of this article to view news coverage.

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  • Clinton Girls Hockey Team Aiming High

    The Clinton Girls Varsity Hockey team is featured in the Rome Sentinel. Please click on the title of this article to view:

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