CCS Outlines Re-Open Guide

The Clinton Central School District's Board of Education met virtually Tuesday evening to discuss new business.


CCS Superintendent Dr. Stephen Grimm began the meeting by thanking Alyssa Sacco for her work with the CCS Facebook page and keeping the community updated on the every day adventures at CCS.


Grimm then went over the expected timeline for students to return to school through April 1. A plan and set of goals were given for each building while also recognizing challenges and potential setbacks to returning within the timeframe.


A return to full-time in-person learning for the elementary school is expected to be implemented by the end of March, while the high and middle schools are retaining a hybrid model.


First grade returned full-time last week. Other classes will be phased in with the goal of having all students back April 12.


Grimm said with the arrival of desk barriers and the vaccination of the staff the…



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