4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Clinton Homecoming Parade
With an overall score of 774, CPSD ranks as the second-highest performing district in the state of Mississippi and the highest performing district in the metro area. This year’s score marks Clinton’s highest accountability score achieved under the new accountability system
With the August release of district scores from MDE, Lovett Elementary’s ELA scores were ranked seventh in the state, with math scores ranking the school in the top 15.
Volleyball player Zoie Chambers was recognized as the Female Athlete of the Month, and Cross Country runner Josh Boone was recognized as the Male Athlete of the Month.
After state scores were released in August, Eastside Elementary found its name at the top of fourth and fifth grade rankings.
Veteran Clinton Junior High School teacher Carol Ann Franklin was named the Mississippi’s Council for Exceptional Children Teacher of the Year.
Seniors Bo Bland, Samuel Connelly, Katie Tracy, Abigail Young and Caleb Zmitrovich are amongst the one percent of high school students across the country to be recognized as National Merit Semifinalists.
When scores were released in August, however, Northside found itself listed among the top schools state-wide for third-grade ELA and mathematics. Last year’s third-grade students ranked second in the state in math and fourth in the state for ELA.
“Introduction to Engineering Design puts students in situations where they must find solutions using math and science while focusing on the design aspect of engineering,” teacher Justin Odom said. “This, essentially, is what an engineer does on a regular basis.”
Clinton students have, once again, found themselves ranked in the top tier when it comes to Mississippi Department of Education’s student performance science data. Fifth graders at Eastside ranked second in the state on the 5th Grade MAAP science test, and eighth graders at CJHS ranked seventh in the state on the 8th grade test.
The Mississippi Department of Education released student performance data in late August, revealing the fruits of Clinton High School’s focused efforts. CHS found their English II scores ranked them ninth in the state and their U.S. History scores ranked them in the top-15.
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