• Child Care Available to Essential Personnel

    Child care placement is available to personnel who provide essential services, supplies, or support during this time. Click above to find out more information.

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  • Recording of Online Board Meeting - March 24, 2020

    Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Districts can hold meetings online in lieu of meetings with people in attendance during the state of emergency. This is the recording of the meeting that occurred online using Zoom.

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  • Form works now! "Grab & Go" Meal Order Form - Free to All Children Birth to 18

    Click above to find out more about our meal program and to access the form to order meals.

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  • COVID-19 Information - Letters from the Superintendent

    These are letters from Superintendent Dr. Grimm regarding the Coronavirus 2019 - Click above to access the most recent letter posted March 18, 2020

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  • Matt Lewis and Matt Gadziala Succeed at NYSPHSAA Indoor Track and Field State Championship Qualifiers

    Please click on the title of this article to view results. ..

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  • Nominating Petitions Available

    Nominating petitions for any District resident wishing to run for a seat on the Board of Education are now available in the Superintendent's Office. Petitions must be filed by 5:00 pm on April 20th. Please click on the title of this article to view qualifications.

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  • MathCounts Team Wins Regional Competition

    The MathCounts team, under the advisement of middle school teacher Susan King, won the regional competition held on February 1st at MVCC. The team will travel to RPI in March to compete at the state level. Pictured are Eden Knight, Mia Le, Eli Davis, Mrs. King, Ian Chang, Georgia Deep and Abel Widiss

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  • Clinton Girls' Hockey Wins State Championship

    Clinton Girls’ Varsity Ice Hockey has made history at Herb Brooks Arena in Lake Placid. For the first time in the program's five-year tenure, the Lady Warriors have won the NYS Regional Championship. The score: 1-0. Please click on the title of this article to view more information...

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  • Clinton Girls Indoor Track Team Win Section III B-2 Title

    Please click on the title of this article to view results for Section III B-2 Championship held on 2/08/20.

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  • Jillian Graziadei Awarded Silver Key in Art Competition

    The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards is one of the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious scholarship and recognition programs. The Awards feature a distinguished list of alumni including Andy Warhol, Stephen King, Sylvia Plath, and Tschabalala Self. In the 2019 program year, nearly 340,000 works were submitted, with over 2,700 students receiving national recognition. Eight Clinton students submitted art work to the CNY Scholastic Art and Writing Competition. Congratulations to Jillian Graziadei who was awarded a Silver Key for her Photograph “The Gang”. Her work will be on display at Onondaga Community College until February 28th.

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  • Clinton vs. New Hartford Hockey Game to Benefit Others

    Please click on the title of this article to learn about the upcoming Boys Varsity Hockey contest that will benefit both the Country Pantry and the Feed Our Vets Pantry. The game will take place at the Clinton Arena on Friday, February 7th, at 7:30pm.

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  • CLINTON GIRLS ICE HOCKEY WINS FIRST SECTION III TITLE

    In its fifth season of existence, the Clinton girls’ varsity ice hockey team has captured its first Section III title, beating Skaneateles 4-1 at Cicero Twin Rinks, on Thursday, January 30th. Mia Lopata, named Section III Player of the Year prior to the game, scored in the second period to give the Warriors a 3-0 lead. "It’s an incredible feeling, very exciting! I’m so proud of these girls," said Ruddy. "They have worked so hard all season and they have deserved this from the get-go, so I’m happy that they finally achieved this...and we can finally say that we are the Section III champions." The Warriors are now unbeaten in their last twelve contests, and advance to the New York State girls ice hockey championships on February 7-8 in Lake Placid.

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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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