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The first Spirit Club event of the year at CCHS was Powder Puff Football! The first Spirit Club event of the year at CCHS was Powder Puff Football! The first Spirit Club event of the year at CCHS was Powder Puff Football! The first Spirit Club event of the year at CCHS was Powder Puff Football! CCHS students Tristan Moons and Makenzie Kerney spoke to CCMS students on Stomp Out Bullying Day. Gifted & Talented students at CCMS and CCHS traveled to Eastern Kentucky University for Artrageous! Students always enjoy the annual Reaching for Rainbows Fishing Derby at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery. CCHS JROTC student leaders conducted a team-building event with gifted & talented students at CCMS. CCHS JROTC student leaders conducted a team-building event with gifted & talented students at CCMS. CCHS JROTC student leaders conducted a team-building event with gifted & talented students at CCMS. CCHS JROTC student leaders conducted a team-building event with gifted & talented students at CCMS. CCHS JROTC student leaders conducted a team-building event with gifted & talented students at CCMS. Sophomores and juniors at CCHS learned about the lasting effect of choices at the Truth and Consequences event. Sophomores and juniors at CCHS learned about the lasting effect of choices at the Truth and Consequences event. Sophomores and juniors at CCHS learned about the lasting effect of choices at the Truth and Consequences event. Sophomores and juniors at CCHS learned about the lasting effect of choices at the Truth and Consequences event. CCHS students witness the Kentucky Supreme Court hearing arguments at the Center for Rural Development. Congratulations to CCHS Volley Dawgs Taylor Cross, Kayli Hadley, & Autumn McCutchen on being named to the All-Region Team at the All "A"Classic! Congratulations to the CCHS Volley Dawgs on winning the All "A" Classic 4th Region Championship for the third year in a row!!! During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. During graduation practice on the last day of school, seniors were surprised with letters from family and friends. The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The Clinton County High School graduating class visited ECC, AES, & CCMS for their Senior Walk! The Clinton County High School Breakfast Club enjoyed breakfast together at Dale Hollow Lake State Park. Members of the Clinton County High School Science Club took a tour of Mammoth Cave. Public Affairs Officer Nick Hale from KSP Post 15 visited CCHS with the new Mobile Substance Abuse Education trailer. The Clinton County High School band performed at KMEA Concert Assessment at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green. The Clinton County High School band performed at KMEA Concert Assessment at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green. The 10th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show featured submissions from students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS in the categories of photography, paintings, drawings, and sculpture. The 10th annual Gifted & Talented Art Show featured submissions from students at AES, CCMS, and CCHS in the categories of photography, paintings, drawings, and sculpture. Over 250 people attended the 7th annual Clinton County Schools Taste Testing at Clinton County High School. Senior archers were honored at the annual Archery Banquet. CCHS juniors Abby Turner and Rachel Sawyers were selected to participate in the annual South Kentucky RECC Washington, D.C. Youth Tour. CCHS sophomore Abby Young will participate in the Rogers Scholars Program during the summer of 2019. The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The CCHS Junior Class play Long Live Rock 'N' Roll was amazing! The Clinton County High School delegation represented Australia and Papua New Guinea at the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA). The Clinton County High School delegation represented Australia and Papua New Guinea at the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA). The Clinton County High School delegation represented Australia and Papua New Guinea at the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA). Volunteer mentors met one-on-one with 8th and 10th grade students during Operation Preparation.  Volunteer mentors met one-on-one with 8th and 10th grade students during Operation Preparation.  Volunteer mentors met one-on-one with 8th and 10th grade students during Operation Preparation.  Volunteer mentors met one-on-one with 8th and 10th grade students during Operation Preparation.  Congratulations to CCHS archers Christin Shelton and Ethan Shelton on representing Clinton County at the Kentucky NASP State Tournament in Louisville, Kentucky! The CCHS Literacy Design Collaborative Team partnered with 21st Century to host some break time games during Read Across America Spirit Week at CCHS! CCHS students who are transitional ready were treated to a Valentine's Day Party at Major's Pizza. CCHS students who are transitional ready were treated to a Valentine's Day Party at Major's Pizza. Congratulations to the CCHS Boys Freshman Basketball Team on winning the 16th District Tournament! CCHS senior Jackson Harlan has signed with the Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers to play basketball after graduation.  CCHS senior Noah Pruitt has signed with the Campbellsville University Tigers to play football after graduation.  CCHS senior Jon-Allen Cross has signed with the Lindsey Wilson College Blue Raiders to play football after graduation.  Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students performed SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. Students in the Gifted and Talented program traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to visit the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory and the Parthenon.  Students in the Gifted and Talented program traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to visit the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory and the Parthenon.  Students in the Gifted and Talented program traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to visit the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory and the Parthenon.  Students in the Gifted and Talented program traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to visit the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory and the Parthenon.  The CCHS VolleyDawgs are back-to-back 16th District Champs!  Gifted and talented students from CCHS tried to break out at Cookeville Escape. Gifted and talented students from CCHS tried to break out at Cookeville Escape. CCHS seniors received hands-on assistance in completing 239 college applications during the KHEAA College Application Campaign Initiative. Students enjoyed the 11th Annual Reaching for Rainbows Fishing Derby at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery. Thirty-seven students from CCHS attended the annual High School Leadership Conference at WKU. In honor of the Kentucky statewide kick off of the Relay for Life season, school employees all over the district wore their Hope Starts at Home shirts. In honor of the Kentucky statewide kick off of the Relay for Life season, school employees all over the district wore their Hope Starts at Home shirts. The Breakfast Club is a peer mentoring group that meets on Fridays at the CCHS Youth Services Center room to have breakfast and meet other students. Clinton County Board of Education is working with Campbellsville University to offer classes soon at the Clinton Center. Jackson Harlan is named to the all-state basketball team and Seth Stockton is the leading rebounder in the state! High School Academic Team WINS District Governor's Cup Competition! The AP European History class at CCHS participates in an Enlightenment Salon. CCHS students participate in a Kentucky Shakespeare Outreach Program.
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HOPE Unites Us All

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) Clinton County School District faculty, staff, & students wore Relay for Life "Hope" shirts and pink shirts on Thursday, October 3rd!

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) Clinton County School District faculty, staff, & students wore Relay for Life "Hope" shirts and pink shirts on Thursday, October 3rd!

 

Powder Puff Football

The first Spirit Club event of the year at CCHS was Powder Puff Football!

The first Spirit Club event of the year at CCHS was Powder Puff Football!

CCHS News Episode #7

Watch CCHS News Episode #7 here!

Watch CCHS News Episode #7 here!

Missoula Children's Theatre is Coming!!!

SAVE THE DATE!!! Missoula Children's Theatre is coming to town on Monday, November 4th! Our show this year is Jack & the Beanstalk. The performance will be on Friday, November 8th.

SAVE THE DATE!!! Missoula Children's Theatre is coming to town on Monday, November 4th! Our show this year is Jack & the Beanstalk. The performance will be on Friday, November 8th.

G/T Students See Artrageous!

On October 1st, Gifted & Talented students at CCMS and CCHS were transported to Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky for Artrageous!

On October 1st, Gifted & Talented students at CCMS and CCHS were transported to Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky for Artrageous!  What is Artrageous?  Imagine an artist creating a masterpiece before your eyes in mere moments, with a palette that also mixes captivating vocals, intricate choreography, and exciting audience interaction.  Artrageous took students on a unique visual journey packed with wild inspiration, creativity, and fun!  The Artrageous troupe of artists, musicians, singers, and dancers paid tribute to a variety of art forms, pop icons, and musical genres culminating in a gallery of fabulous finished paintings.

SCC Clinton Center Spring 2020 Classes

SCC Clinton Center Spring 2020 classes are now live!

SCC Clinton Center Spring 2020 classes are now live!

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