Students from the Somerset Community College Clinton Center hosted a College, Culture, and Career Fair at Clinton County Middle School on November 23rd.
A College and Career Fair was held at Clinton County High School on November 19th.
Clinton County Middle School students packed 55 shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child.
The Clinton County Y-Club students and sponsors were honored at the November school board meeting for their achievements at the Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA) Conference in Louisville on November 8th - 10th.
Mel Hankla of Kentucky Chautauqua portrayed frontiersman Simon Kenton at Clinton County Middle School on November 23rd.
On Friday, November 20th, CCMS and CCHS students visited Newton's Attic in Lexington, where they participated in an engineering educational program.
Clinton County Middle School student Dalton Gregory has been selected for the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Young Scholars Program.
On Friday, November 13th, Clinton County Middle School held a PRIDE Kick Off Rally with the entire student body to celebrate receiving a PRIDE grant award and to promote the new recycling program at CCMS.
On Friday, November 13th, CCMS and CCHS students visited Berea College, where they participated in Berea Craft Educational Workshops.
The Clinton County Extension Office and CCHS student 4-H counselors joined together to teach CCMS students how to Sally-Down-the-Alley - a longtime 4-H camp tradition.
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.