Fourth grade students at Albany Elementary School will transition to 5th grade and to a new building in the 2015-2016 school year. Likewise, 8th grade students at Clinton County Middle School will leave CCMS to begin freshman year at Clinton County High School. These students got a preview of next year by visiting their new schools before classes are out for the summer. Eighth grade students had the opportunity to visit Clinton County High School for pre-registration, where students met teachers and learned about the classes that are offered. CCHS principal Sheldon Harlan, Counselor Cindy Choate, and CCATC Principal Stesha Flowers visited CCMS to discuss career paths and college & career readiness, before the 8th grade students registered for 9th grade classes. When 4th grade students visited Clinton County Middle School, they were met at the front door by Principal Teresa Scott and were guided throughout the building by students who are members of the 7th Grade Student Leadership Group at CCMS. The incoming 5th graders had the opportunity to meet their teachers and check out the layout of the school. The visit concluded in the gymnasium, where Mrs. Scott answered questions from the students.