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Students in the Clinton Public School District will return to campus in a traditional model beginning Monday, September 21. In a letter to parents, CPSD Superintendent Dr. Tim Martin said the district has consulted the state’s health data in order to make the decision to move beyond the hybrid model currently in place.
For all students 18 years or younger CPSD will be serving universal free meals for those students attending school during this pandemic. Meals will be served at all schools beginning Monday, September 14, 2020 through December 31, 2020, or until funds run out.
Three students have been named National Merit Semifinalists in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Clinton seniors Taylor May, Caleb Miller and Kylie Price are Clinton’s three National Merit Semifinalists.
A partnership between Clinton High School, the Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services and MS Baptist Medical Center is changing the lives of Clinton High School students with disabilities by preparing them for competitive employment through a program called Project SEARCH.
The Clinton Public School District is reporting three teachers and two students in the district have tested positive for COVID-19.
Students part of Team Clinton at Sumner Hill Junior High School and Clinton High School returned to campus in a hybrid model after three weeks of virtual instruction. Staff followed CPSD's safety protocol for admitting students to the building as well as ensuring pupils are spaced in a socially distant manner.
Beginning the Tuesday after Labor Day, Clinton students in grades 7 through 12 will transition from a purely virtual school experience to a hybrid schedule for at least two weeks.
Parents dropping students off at Clinton Park, Northside and Eastside Elementary schools will have a new traffic pattern to follow for both morning arrival and afternoon dismissal. The Clinton Public School District and Clinton Police Department have worked together to create a plan that will hopefully help with Arrow Drive’s traffic congestion.