The Clinton Central School Board met Tuesday, Sept. 24 to discuss new business.
The meeting began with a report from auditor Tricia Lucas from D'Arcangelo & Co. She said she was happy to present a clean audit to the district with an opinion that no changes were necessary.
The district Bright Spots from CCS Superintendent Dr. Stephen Grimm began with the beginning of school. He gave a big thank you to the leadership, faculty, and staff team for the making the opening of school a success.
The entrance to Clinton Elementary School has been finished. Other highlights from the first few weeks include the first day of school, Open House, Dot Day, Bus Safety, a Butterfly release, and a scientifical tug-o-war.
The Middle School held their first House Event of the year with their sorting ceremony. The Fitness Mill Backpack Drive donated over 35 backpacks.
The High School held their Open House Sept. 5. They also celebrated Homecoming last week that included a pep rally, money raised to help three CCS members fighting cancer and a bonfire and dance.
Clinton Director of Curriculum and Instruction Deb Van Slyke gave a presentation to the Board regarding professional development. Ninety people attended various workshops over the summer to prepare for the curriculum in the current school year, she said.
She gave thanks to all the staff involved, with special mention for district clerk Julia Scranton, among others.
Grimm talked about the current…