The Clinton County Middle School Volley Dawgs won 1st place at the Glasgow 8th Grade Invitational on April 16th.
Director of Pupil Personnel Julie York awarded a new iPad mini to one student from each school who had perfect attendance for the 8th month of school.
Students in Mrs. Lora Grant's fourth 9-weeks practical living & career studies classes at CCMS are pictured here with their RRR projects.
The Summer Feeding Program will begin on Monday, June 6th and will provide meals at several locations throughout the county until July 28th.
The CCMS PRIDE Club students planted native Kentucky plants in the Outdoor Classroom as part of the PRIDE Environmental Education grant awarded to CCMS in March.
Haley Allen, Dawson Jarvis, and Kaitlyn Brown were the winners of the 2016 Earth Day poster contest at CCMS.
Clinton County Extension Agent for 4-H Youth Development Junior Cecil and 4-H Youth Development Program Assistant Linda Bell recently introduced rocketry to the 7th grade students at CCMS.
Superheroes and princesses were everywhere during the Relay for Life Spirit Week at CCMS!
CCMS 6th grader Ben Tallent was the overall winner of the Stop Littering Albany Poster Contest.
Clinton County students at the Early Childhood Center, Albany Elementary School, and Clinton County Middle School put their math skills to work and raised over $2,000 during the annual Math-a-Thon to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Students got a taste of the "Real World" during Reality Town 2016 at Clinton County Middle School.
On Friday, April 22nd, CCMS and CCHS students traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to tour the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, where some of their original lyrics were turned into songs.
CCMS 5th grader Ashton Daniels was the winner of the Bulldog Lip Sync, held in conjunction with the Taste Test Sampler and Academic Showcase at Clinton County High School on April 19th.
The 4th annual Clinton County Schools Taste Test Sampler was held at Clinton County High School on April 19th. You voted! Check out the results!
Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently awarded prizes to faculty and staff Be Active Club members at Clinton County Middle School for the third 9-weeks.
JROTC students from Clinton County High School recently visited Clinton County Middle School to introduce the program to next year's freshman class.
On March 30th & 31st, volunteers throughout the Clinton County School District, as well as community organizations and agencies came together to work with students during Operation Preparation.