The Clinton Central School Board of Education met Dec. 19 to discuss new business.
The meeting began with the Board opening a public hearing discussing the tax exemption for Volunteer Firefighters and Ambulance Workers. Members of the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department attended to thank the Board for their support of the exemption.
CCSD Superintendent Christopher Clancy congratulated the students who participated in the Winter concert, saying he was once again impressed and amazed with musicianship of the students and teachers to prepare the numerous pieces for performance in such a short amount of time.
The Fall Scholar Athlete Teams were celebrated for their academic achievement.
Clancy reviewed the Middle School Career Fair that took place in November that featured a presentation from CEO of Mohawk Valley Health System Darlene Stromstad.
Clancy said it was a great experience and the curiosity of students' questions was enlightening.
Thirty-seven CCS students were inducted into the National Honor Society. Jordan Ezman ...