CCS Reports 86% Return For High School Students

The Clinton Central School District Board of Education met virtually for their second March meeting to discuss new business.


District Superintendent Dr. Stephen Grimm began the meeting reflecting on how circumstances have changed since last March and the growth of the district in various capacities for confronting a major challenge.


The Elementary School Bright Spots from Elementary Principal Ellen Leuthauser began with the Clinton Elementary School Library's March Madness Picture Book Bracket. Clinton Librarian Katie Parker will compile the student voting results to determine which of the eight books students voted for through Google form will advance to the next round.


Mrs. Moshier is working with students on emotional intelligence with "The Color Monster" book series.


Tammy Mickle's third-grade class took a virtual field trip through the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse. Her students also participated in Read Across America where mystery readers zoomed into class to share literature.


Third grade students learned about animal adaptations through the Adirondack Experience. They learned about the different ecosystems of New York and animal biology through taxidermy.


The Elementary School Science Fair was a success thanks to teachers Kelly Landry and Sarah Hullar. Students showed off their experiments in-person and online.


Leuthauser then reviewed the reopening plan for the Elementary School and how the first-graders having already been in-person…



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