New School Year Begins Thursday

In Waterville Central School District, the innovative Farm to School program will offer numerous new adventures in food.

At Clinton Central School, Superintendent Dr. Stephen Grimm said the capital project approved a few years ago is well underway with a number of improvements at the three schools.

In Brookfield Central School, they will no longer just raise the banner to greatness. This year begins a campaign of Raising The Banner 4.0 to inspire, imagine, ignite and innovate.

Students report Thursday, Sept. 5 to begin the 2019-20 school year. In Clinton and Brookfield construction improvement projects continue; Waterville voters will decide on an $11 million facilities upgrade in December.

Teachers entered the classroom this week and spent a couple of days setting up and in workshops. New teachers in Clinton and Waterville spent two days last week in training.

In the meantime, some changes in classroom setup will greet WCS students at the Junior-Senior High. A former computer lab has been turned into a …

(Photo by Jenna Bugbee)

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