7:00 PM - 8:00 PM CPSD Board Meeting
Fifteen Clinton swimmers qualified for the 2021 MHSAA State Meet scheduled for Saturday, October 23. Seven girls and eight boys will represent CPSD at the state meeting.
The Clinton Arrows defeated the Oxford Chargers 23-6 on Friday, October 15.
Young men at Clinton Junior High School have found a helping hand as they enter adolescence. The REAL Man program meets weekly on Wednesday mornings before school with male members of the Clinton community volunteering as mentors to students invited into the program.
Once a month, 33 freshmen meet with Sumner Hill guidance counselor Heather Norton to participate in Sumner Hill’s Peer Leadership Committee. “These students have a passion for leadership,” Norton said. “We meet monthly to plan our month’s theme and find creative ways to encourage students, teachers and faculty members.”
Students in Clinton Junior High School’s 7th grade STEM program received a little community assistance from the Clinton Fire Department when it came time to participate in the annual egg drop challenge. “With the help of the Clinton Fire Department, my students had the chance to watch their designs in action in an extraordinary way,” 7th grade STEM teacher Lauren Taylor said.
The Clinton Public School District was chosen as the number one school district in the Jackson/Metro area for the 2021-2022 school year by Niche.com.
Students in Carol Joy Sparkman’s general music class participated in a unique hands-on experience. Dr. Brian Cheeseman led the class in a percussion exercise, fully equipped with bongos, djembes, congas, tambourines and even a shaker or two. The class created unique beats, exploring the dynamics of various percussion instruments from around the world.
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