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  • CHS Academic Teams compete in Ole Miss Brain Brawl

    Clinton High School took three academic teams to Ole Miss last weekend for their Fall Brain Brawl. The A team (pictured) made it all the way to the quarter finals.

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  • CHS announces 2019 Arrow Court

    Congratulations to the members of the Clinton High School 2019 Arrow Court! The court will be presented Tuesday, Dec. 10 during halftime of the CHS Boys Basketball game. Prior to the game, the court will also be recognized at a pep rally on the morning of Dec. 10 at CHS.

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  • Clinton teacher joins NBCT Mississippi executive board

    The Mississippi NBCT Network held its first Learn and Lead Conference this past Saturday at Hinds Community College's Muse Center in Pearl. Among the day's activities, they elected the inaugural members of its executive committee. The NBCT Network is sponsored by Mississippi Professional Educators.

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  • CHS students attend STEM event

    Students from various schools divided into teams of 6-8 people each to compete in the STEM Challenge, which used math and science skills to solve problems and construct a tower with limited supplies. CHS teams placed second and third in the competition. Lunch was served followed by a keynote speaker.

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  • Northside students dissect owl pellets and learn about bats and owls

    Second-graders at Northside are dissecting owl pellets. They have been reading Stellaluna and learning about bats and owls. This is a great way to infuse science into language arts, and the kids had a blast!

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  • 'Fear Factor' makes Halloween fun, educational at Northside

    Northside teachers made Halloween fun and educational during the "Fear Factor" program. Students visited different stations for hands-on challenges, and ended the unit with spooky treats. Thanks to all the Northside teachers who make learning fun for their students!

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  • CHS students 'trick or treat' with elderly

    Career Pathway Experience students from Clinton High School/Career Complex participated in a Halloween service project at Brookedale Senior Living in Clinton, MS. Students dressed in costume as the residents "trick or treated" with them. Residents and students enjoyed the afternoon! This event was student-led and facilitated.

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  • Attache' holds Christmas Cash Raffle fundraiser

    Attache' show choir's Christmas Cash Raffle is happening now! Each raffle ticket is $5 and there will be a $500 cash drawing each night of the Attache' Fall Revue (Dec. 11-14). You do not have to be present to win. Contact any Attache' singer/dancer, pit, or crew member to purchase a ticket or call 601-924-0707.

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  • Ole Miss Chancellor visits Clinton High School

    Dr. Glenn Boyce, newly appointed chancellor of the University of Mississippi, recently visited Clinton High School as part of a statewide tour of Mississippi high schools. While at CHS, he met with faculty members and students to gather feedback and share information about Ole Miss.

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  • CHS student is Miss Capital City's Outstanding Teen

    Sarah Beth is a junior at CHS, an honor student, Attache’ singer/dancer, and a student council officer. She will represent her title at the Miss Mississippi Outstanding Teen pageant in Vicksburg in April.

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  • Clinton Junior High assistant principal wins customer service award

    For Clinton Junior High School Assistant Principal Drew Wardlaw, it’s about making sure every student knows someone cares.

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  • Fifth grader wins Eastside Spelling Bee

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  • Ninth-graders commit to graduate

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  • Life Skills students serve up Arrow Brew at CHS

    CHS received a $500 grant from the Central Mississippi Down Syndrome Society to start the school-based enterprise. The goal, she said, is to teach her students valuable social skills, how to fill orders, sharing, interactions in a work environment, health and hygiene, and other basic functions of business.

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  • Soldier surprises kindergarten daughter at Clinton Park

    For grown-ups, eight months may not seem like a long time but when you're a kindergartener, it can feel like an eternity. That's how long it's been since Clinton Park Elementary School student Jane Kratochvil has seen her father, Army Private Joao Kratochvil, who has been in training at Ft. Gordon in Georgia and Ft. Jackson in South Carolina.

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  • Clinton teachers awarded classroom grants

    To fund this project, Ferguson was recently awarded a $1,000 grant from Mississippi Professional Educators. She is one of two Clinton teachers who received a classroom grant from MPE this year.

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  • Attache' performs at Continental Grand Opening Ceremony

    This historic grand opening is extra special for four Attache' members. Kameryn Trejo, Rowdy Hutchison, Emily Ouellette, and Taylor May were members of Attache' in 2015-2016 when the show choir was asked to perform at Continental Tire's economic development announcement and signing ceremony.

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  • Clinton gifted teacher wins statewide award

    Eastside Elementary teacher Lisa Saucier is the recipient of the 2019 Frances A. Karnes Award for Excellence in Gifted Education.

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  • State Superintendent visits CPSD

    State Superintendent of Education Dr. Carey Wright on Wednesday visited the Clinton Public School District as part of the 2019 Celebration of Excellence tour of A-rated districts. CPSD's overall score this year is 729, up nearly 20 points from last year's 711. It is the third-highest scoring school district in Mississippi and the highest achieving in the Jackson metro area.

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  • AIM program at CHS helps EL students

    At Clinton High School, there is a group of students who volunteer to mentor and assist English Language Learners with the transition to a new environment. The Arrow Intercultural Mentors — or AIM — program provides a student-based support system for students whose native language is not English.

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