• Clinton Indoor Track Meet Results

    Please click on the title of this article to view results for the CNY Elite Invitational Indoor Track Meet held on January 24, 2020.

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  • Santoli Award for Kindness Fall Winners Chosen

    Due to strength of character, good citizenship, and kindness exhibited on a daily basis, the following students were chosen based on faculty nominations. In the Elementary school, Emily Roy was selected. Arianna Febus was the recipient in the Middle School and Megan Gromo was chosen in the High School. Each student will receive a $50 award to use towards a service project of their choice. They will be honored at a ceremony and butterfly release ceremony in May where they will report out on their projects. Please click on the title of this article for more information.

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  • Hannaford Shopping Trip

    Kindergarten classes made their annual visit to Hannaford Market donating $1000 that was used to buy 100 boxes of food for those in need this holiday season.

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  • Stuff the Bus!

    A total of 138 toys were collected for the "Stuff the Bus Challenge" providing Christmas toys for families in need. Thank you Mrs. Tesak for coordinating this effort for our community!

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  • Student Music Groups Spread Holiday Cheer

    Students spread cheer with musical performances both in the school theater and at locations throughout the community. Pictured are the High School Chamber Singers entertaining seniors.

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  • Upstanders Recognized

    Four students were recognized for acting as Upstanders, helping to diffuse bullying situations and promote kindness. They are Ava Brice, Ariana Febus, Kyle Stoddard, and Benjamin Copperwheat.

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  • Coat Drive Benefits Refugee Center

    High School National Honor Society organized the annual District-wide coat drive chaired by student Shayla Pominville. More than 100 coats were collected, as well as numerous hats and gloves, which will be donated to the Refugee Center. Thank you to all who donated.

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  • High School Artists

    Art club members are created a wreath for the annual "Festival of Trees", a fundraising event for the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse. Each year contributors create a tree or a wreath to be donated and sold. All proceeds from the sales go to benefit the museum. The Festival of Trees occurred from December 5-15, 2019. Pictured is freshman Mistee Eldevik-LaCotera. She is creating origami birds to be featured in Clinton High School Art Club's wreath. The wreath's theme is loosely based on John James Audubon bird illustrations.

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  • Into Reading

    After completing a two year study, elementary teaching staff chose what they felt to be the best ELA program for K-5 students, largely funded by the Clinton Central School Foundation. Teachers continue to participate in training in order to maximize benefits of this new program for their students. Pictured are first graders delving into new resources.

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  • thINCubator Visit

    Seventh graders shared ideas with coordinators Ryan Miller and Stacey Smith during their visit to MVCC’s “thINCubator”, tying in with Creative Freedom Friday endeavors. ThINC offers programs and resources to help entrepreneurs generate better business ideas, refine and accelerate startup businesses and interact with other local creators.

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  • Exploring Agriculture

    Clinton Middle and High School students traveled to the Herkimer County Fairgrounds to learn about careers in the agriculture field. Students listened to presentations about conservation programs offered at BOCES, SUNY Cobleskill, and learned about livestock first hand.

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  • Multi-cultural Day

    Eighth grade students recently spent the day recreating the Ellis Island immigration experience through informative research projects displays, music, personal diaries and publications, some acting as journalists and even as medical triage personnel. The day culminated with speakers from the Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees (aka THE CENTER). The Center staff members Lisanne Divine and Kyi Kyi Min (formerly a refugee) personalized the experience for listeners as is exists today. Students were given the opportunity to ask thoughtful questions.

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  • Eighth Grade Trip to NYC

    The eighth grade class enjoyed visiting the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the Empty Sky Memorial during their recent trip to NYC while collecting materials for a research project.

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  • Fall Sports

    CCS fall sports teams had a great season with several teams advancing to section play. • Boys' and Girls' Cross-Country won the CSC League Tournament; • Field Hockey made it to the Section III Finals, before losing to Camden; • Football made Sectionals for the first time in 23 years, 5-2 regular season record; • Boys' Soccer won the CSC Division 1 title; • Girls' Soccer won the CSC Division 1 title; • Girls' Tennis won the CSC title; • Madison Luke placed #9 in New York State! (17:35 / 3-miles) at the NYSPHSAA Class C Section III Composite team State Champions! Thank you to our students, coaching staff, volunteers and athletic department for a great season!

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  • Middle School Musical

    Middle school students successfully presented “Alice in Wonderland, Jr.” enjoying participation from more than half of the students in grades 6 through 8.

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  • Virtual Reality

    With the assistance of PDC Coordinator Amie Johnson, teachers have been utilizing virtual reality equipment funded by Town Gown to experience travel, space, science and history.

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  • Veterans Day

    Clinton Elementary School was fortunate to be joined by Veteran family members of many of the students for its annual Veterans Day celebration. Student choruses performed patriotic songs, read thank you letters and spoke about the 5 military branches of the US Armed Forces. Mrs. Leuthauser discussed various personality traits exhibited by those that have stepped up to defend our freedom by joining the Armed Forces.

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  • Marathon Runner!

    CCS employee Ryan Dugan completed the New York City Marathon in 4 hours and 20 minutes. Elementary Mighty Miler members collectively ran the number of miles needed to secure a place in the marathon for PE teacher and advisor Heather Hillage-Scribner, who then passed the entry opportunity along to Mr. Dugan. Mr. Dugan said that the students provided him with the incentive to finish the race. Thank you, Mr. Dugan, for representing CCS so well in NYC!

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  • CCS Personnel Honored

    On November 20th, two members of the CCS community were honored as recipients of the Genesis Educator award for contributions made in the area of education. The Genesis Group works to advance economic, social and cultural interests, and to foster regional unity and cooperation particularly in the areas of education, health, wellness and quality of life initiatives.Congratulations to middle school teacher Maryanne Murray, and Board member and educator Timothy Thomas for this important recognition!

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  • Clinton Winter Newsletter

    Please click on the title of this article to view the Winter 2019 newsletter...

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