The Clinton Central School District Board of Education met virtually Tuesday evening to discuss new business.
District Superintendent Dr. Stephen Grimm began his report with a review of the Targeted Support and Improvement Process for the 2021-22 school year.
The district’s leadership team has been forming the needs assessment and recommendations plan over the final months of 2020 and early 2021. The team is made of representatives from the community, school administration, and teaching staffs.
Goals relating to the curriculum’s alignment with state standards and building positive relationships have already been achieved, Grimm said.
District Leadership team meetings cover various issues across the district and identify what needs improvement and how to implement necessary improvements.
Grimm reviewed the subjects of discussion, theme...