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The Clinton Public School District has officially begun planning for the start of the 2020-2021 school year and the reopening of campuses to students. A task force made up of medical professionals, school board members, district administrators, teachers, parents and community leaders have been meeting since the start of June discuss logistics for reopening school in August.
Clinton Public School’s Director of Child Nutrition Christell Hicks has been named as the Mississippi School Nutrition Association’s Director of the Year. Hicks has been part of child nutrition for 16 years, serving in various forms across the state. She has served as the Clinton Public School District’s Child Nutrition Director since 2017 and was recently MSNA’s acting president.
The Mississippi High School Activities Association announced the names of 16 seniors who have been named as the Lindy Callahan ScholarAthlete Class of 2020. One of those seniors is Clinton’s Shelby Dean.Dean is a three-sport athlete, participating in cross country, soccer and track & field.
The Clinton Public School District was named as the top school district in the Jackson Metro area by Niche.com. The site also named CPSD as the district with the best teachers in the state, ranking in the top 3-percent in the nation.
On May 13, Clinton High School senior Kevin Zhang was announced as one of 20 students in Mississippi to receive the National Merit Scholarship provided by the National Merit Scholarship Program. Zhang is one of 2,500 students nationwide to be awarded the scholarship. The 2,500 Merit Scholar designees were chosen from a talent pool of more than 15,000 students.
Registration for students entering kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year is now open.
The Clinton Public School District is now accepting applications for students grade 9-12 to sign up for summer online classes. These classes allow for students at Sumner Hill and Clinton High School to free up their schedules in order to participate in many of the activities offered by the Clinton Public School District. In a letter to parents, Mr. Anthony Goins, district Assistant Superintendent, detailed requirements for credit to be received.
Clinton High School announces changes to Graduation Ceremony plans
Clinton Park Elementary to open Pre-K Registration