Be Active Club, the Healthy Hometown Initiative that challenges school faculty and staff to exercise on their own for 20 minutes, three times per week, is now at the Early Childhood Center and at Albany Elementary School!
Director of Pupil Personnel Julie York awarded prizes to the attendance winners for the month of January on Friday, February 5th.
Preschool students are pictured here in front of First and Farmer's Bank at one of their visits to community businesses during their "Store" unit.
On Friday, January 29th, AES and CCMS students participated in the History SMARTS Outreach Program through the Kentucky Historical Society.
The Clinton County High School Academic Team won first place at the District Governor's Cup Competition held on January 30th.
The Clinton County Middle School Academic Team won first place at the District Governor's Cup Competition held on January 28th & 29th.
Wednesday, January 27th was the first CYBER SCHOOL DAY. Cyber School Days folders were sent home with students on December 4th. Click on the Cyber School Days Quick Link at left to find out more about Cyber School Days.
Clinton County High School Lady Bulldogs Mackenzie Polston and Macy Campbell were named to the 4th Region All "A" Academic Team and All "A" Tournament team, respectively.
Students at the Clinton County Early Childhood Center and at Albany Elementary School who made the most improvement on reaching their iFit goals during the first semester of school were awarded bicycles from the Healthy Hometown Project.
The February 2016 Nutrition Newsletter was compiled by Healthy Hometown Project Coordinator April Speck, Student Fitness Leader Cheryl Boils, and Clinton County Schools Food Services Director Georgia Rigney.
Clinton County Middle School students who scored distinguished on all areas of the 2015 K-PREP test were recognized at the January 18th School Board meeting.