CCS Hires Teachers, Aides

The Clinton Central Schools Board of Education met Tuesday evening to discuss new business.


CCS Interim Superintendent Dave Langone began the meeting sharing the Senior statistics for graduates entering higher education and the workforce. The District received a letter in the Spring notifying Clinton of two indicators for designation.


The Opening Day agenda was reviewed. Students will be attending a presentation by Liz Murray at the Stanley Theater the second day of school.

The Board held a discussion about CCS being the only regional District closed for Yom Kippur.


CCS BOE President Melinda Leising encouraged more community interaction from Board members and suggested attending the Day 1 Breakfast.


CCS teacher and parent Amy Doggett spoke to the Board about continuing student programs cut from the curriculum because of the pandemic. She offered a new book to be added to the English curriculum and made a point to the value of the relationship between CCS and the Clinton Pool.


CCS parent Heidi Vennaro spoke to the Board thanking them for making meetings virtually accessible.


The Board approved a resolution combining and accepting the standing resolutions.


Boardmember Erica Shaw said the Facilities Committee met to discuss the Capital Project proposition. Upgrades were discussed along with no tax increase. The next Facilities Committee meeting is Aug. 30 at 7:30 p.m.


Boardmember Dr. Luke Perry reported the Safety…



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