• CJHS Choice Sheets for 2020-2021
     
    CJHS Students and Parents,

    Before spring break, we began gathering choice sheets for both 7th and 8th graders. We are very excited to announce we have added a few electives for the 2020-2021 school year. With the addition of these classes, we wanted you to have the option to pick the new courses. Below are links to Google Forms for both 6th-graders going to 7th grade and 7th-graders going to 8th grade. These Google Forms contain updated options for your student. Please review the choice sheet and complete the Google Form.

    Upcoming 7th Graders (Class of 2028) 7th Choice Sheet
    Upcoming 8th Graders (Class of 2027) 8th Choice Sheet

    Thank you,

    Leslie Herrin
    CJHS Counselor

    Dexter Wilcher
    CJHS Counselor

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    Admin of the Year

    Congratulations to Clinton Junior High School Principal Tamikia Billings, the Clinton Public School District's 2019-20 Administrator of the Year! This is Billings' second year in this role, and prior to this she was assistant principal at CJHS. She will represent Clinton in the Mississippi Administrator of the Year program this spring hosted by the Mississippi Department of Education.

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    Congratulations Mrs. Carpenter as C.J.H.S. Teacher of the Month.

     

    TOY 2019

    Congrats Mr. Rushing on C.J.H.S. Teacher of the Year

    Thank you Mr. Rushing for your hard work, dedication, and positive attitude.

    We are very proud of you and we appreciate you! 

     

     


    Mississippi Acheives

    Attorney General Jim Hood launched an app for students struggling with depression, bullying, drug use, and other problems common among teens. The “Students Against Violence” is a place where students who are struggling with thoughts of suicide or are in a home where there is domestic violence can turn to local and national resources to help them through such situations. The app includes categories for depression/anxiety, self-harm, suicide prevention, youth drug abuse, bullying, school violence, teen dating violence, domestic violence, underage drinking, and electronic cigarettes. Click Here