Healthy Hometown Coordinator April Speck and Student Fitness Leader Cheryl Boils awarded trophies to the teachers at each school with the most student participation in the 1K Family Fun Run / 5K Run for the Roses.
All students at ECC and AES who have perfect attendance for the entire year will receive a new bicycle on the last day of school!
Clinton County High School Academic Team completed a successful season of competition.
Students from Clinton County Area Technology Center had the opportunity to test their work skills in the real world through job shadowing at local businesses.
During the spring 2015 semester, CCMS physical education teacher Amanda Moons taught all CCMS students some Native American dances, including the Fancy Shawl Dance, Grass Dance, and Round Dance.
Mr. Greg Lyons with Royal Music Company introduced the beginning musical instruments to the 5th grade students at CCMS on Friday, May 1st.
CCMS students from Ms. Pam Miniard's art classes and Mr. Michial Conner's sixth grade science classes participated in Kentucky's Junior Duck Stamp Contest.
CCMS Honor Guard has the responsibility of raising and lowering the American flag at the beginning and end of each school day.
JROTC students from Clinton County High School recently visited Clinton County Middle School to introduce the program to next year’s freshman class.
The CCMS Y-Club recently attended the Kentucky YMCA United Nations Conference known as KUNA.
Preschool students at ECC get down on the farm!
Clinton County Middle School students who participated in the annual St. Jude Math-a-Thon proudly display their certificates and prizes.
The classroom winners from the annual Kindergarten Little Kentucky Derby proudly pose with their thoroughbreds.
CCHS art students show off their wearable art!
The student body at Clinton County Middle School held a Cinco de May celebration on May 5th with a special visit from the CCHS Spanish Club.
CCHS Senior Bulldog Keifer Dalton has made a commitment to attend Western Kentucky University this fall.