The Clinton Central Schools Board of Education met Dec. 20 to discuss new business.
CCS Superintendent Christopher Clancy congratulated the High School and Middle School Music Departments for their excellent performances at the Winter Concert. Clancy spent a few minutes sharing his excitement over several memorable projects from the High School Science Fair and thanked students and teachers for providing the awesome exhibition.
The National Honor Society inducted 33 CCS students. Clancy said it was exciting to induct so many new members.
Clancy congratulated the Fall Scholar Athletes. Every Fall Season CCS Team received the Scholar Athlete Award. The Board congratulated Paige Luke for signing a Scholarship with Binghamton University and John Musante for reaching States in Cross Country.
Clancy thanked Athletic Director Eddie Waskiewics. Waskiewics spoke about the Fall season with special thanks to Jim Longo and Jason Tague of the Custodial Staff for their work for the 2022 Fall Athletics season.
Waskiewics wished Administrative Assistant Sharon White an enjoyable retirement and thanked her for everything she's done for him. Waskiewics thanked Transportation Supervisor Frank Tizzano and congratulated the Scholar Athletes.
Clancy also mentioned the recently approved Capital Project. "We want to thank the Community for the Capital Project approval," Clancy said. "The support of this project is an exciting step."
CCS Elementary Principal Ellen Leuthauser began her presentation to the Board, in response to questions from parents, with a full review of the Elementary Playground Safety Rules. These include never playing near the creek, no throwing snow, and being respectful. A listing of the Playground Rules is available on the CCS District website.
Fifth Grade students have started a Safety Patrol. Fourth Grade students attended the Adirondack Experience. Leuthauser congratulated Fourth and Fifth Grade Chorus, Fourth Grade Cadet, and Fifth Grade Concert Band students for their performances at the Winter Concert.
Kindergarten students raised $750 during their Coins for Caring initiative.
Middle School Students attended the Career Fair Dec…