The 12th annual Missoula Children's Theatre residency week in Clinton County will be November 2 - 6, 2015. This year's show is ALADDIN!
On Thursday, October 1st, CCMS students traveled to Louisville to attend IdeaFestival - a celebration of the curious, with the goal of inspiring excitement about new ideas.
Cyber School Days folders will be 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.
On Monday, September 28th, CCHS students visited the campus of Western Kentucky University and watched Our Town, performed by students in the WKU Theatre Program.
Blacksmith Bob Montgomery of the Wolf Gap Mountain Forge in Berea visited CCMS on High Attendance Day to conduct iron forging demonstrations, display his artwork, and discuss his craft.
The first Related Arts Showcase of the year at Albany Elementary School was held on Thursday, September 24th in the AES gymnasium.
The 8th Annual Reaching for Rainbows Fishing Derby for students in Clinton and Russell Counties was held on Wednesday, September 23rd at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery.
On Tuesday, September 22nd, volunteers from the Albany Fire Department visited the preschool and kindergarten classes at the Early Childhood Center to teach them about fire safety.
Clinton County Early Childhood Center celebrated Awesome Aunts Day on Tuesday, September 22nd.
In honor of Grandparents Day on Sunday, September 13th, the Early Childhood Center celebrated all week by inviting grandparents to visit ECC and eat lunch with their grandchildren.
CCHS students who completed Advanced Placement (AP) courses were recognized at the September school board meeting.
The Be Active Club at Clinton County Middle School is encouraging all faculty and staff to get moving!
Students were mustered into the army and taught the basic military drill and manual of arms at School of the Soldier in Perryville, Kentucky on Friday, September 18th.
Alfredda Stearns, a representative from the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International (DKG), presented the first year female teachers in Clinton County with tote bags full of school supplies, compliments of the local Iota Chapter of DKG.
On Friday, September 11th, the eighth grade students at Clinton County Middle School attended a College and Career Readiness Summit, hosted by Forward in the Fifth at the Center for Rural Development in Somerset.
The CCHS Senior Class will have a haunted house during two weekends in October as a fundraiser to support Project Graduation.
The "I Love to Read" program at Clinton County Public Library kicks off with the first event - Spooky Story Night on October 27th.