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


The Clinton Central School Facebook page is up and running with regular updates of Bright Spots going on in the schools.


Elementary School Principal Ellen Leuthauser reported Paige Culver's fifth grade class took a field trip virtually through the Wellin Art Museum at Hamilton College. Mrs. Mosher and Mr. Trevisani's classes have received their trout eggs.


The Elementary Art Department received their new kiln. First grade students began celebrating Movember with Pigeon-Palooza by reading books by author Mo Willems and wearing pink or blue every day in the first week of November.

Mrs. Makuszak's group in grades third, fourth, and fifth are building positive character strength with the Positivity Project.


Clinton Elementary raised $129 together for the Junior Diabetes Research Fund with Clinton Elementary fifth grade student Nicholas Venero's family raising $12,330.


Clinton Middle School Principal Dr. Shaun Carney reported the Middle School and the New York State Mentoring Program will run the pilot group of 17 Clinton Middle School students mentoring Elementary students. The first meetings were the next day through Zoom.


CMS students Martin Amuso, Michael Cannistra, Jude Leising, Jason Leonard, Peter Maier and Sophie Mckee completed the nine-week program being run through the Hamilton College Philosophy Department. The program introduced students to the field of philosophy.


High School Principal Dr. Matt Lee said National Honor Society Inductions would be the next morning. The ceremony was recorded and shared with students this week.


There is a Blood Drive in the High School Gym Wednesday, Nov. 25 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Lee gave a big thank you to Mrs. Steel for brightening lives.


District Superintendent Dr. Stephen Grimm asked about districtwide…



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