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GALLERY: Dr. Andy Schoggin tours Clinton campuses

Dr. Andy Schoggin, Clinton's newly chosen Superintendent, toured each campus on Thursday, March 4. During each visit he met with students, teachers and administrators as they welcomed him to Clinton. 

 

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Technology Director Kim Griffin gets Dr. Schoggin set up with his Apple devices. Clinton is a 1-to-1 district, providing Apple devices to every student and ever faculty member. 

 

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Clinton Park Principal Kelli Pope shows Dr. Andy Schoggin around Clinton Park.

 

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Dr. Andy Scoggin visits with a student at Clinton Park.

 

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Dr. Andy Schoggin visits Music Class at Clinton Park and waves to a few students. 

 

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Dr. Schoggin visits the Pre-K class at Clinton Park. 

 

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Dr. Schoggin and Dr. Martin visit with Northside Principal Mandy Ambrose and Assistant Principal Leslie Alexander.

 

Dr. Andy Schoggin, Clinton's newly chosen Superintendent, toured each campus on Thursday, March 4. During each visit he met w

Northside Principal Mandy Ambrose takes Dr. Schoggin on a tour of Northside.

 

Dr. Andy Schoggin, Clinton's newly chosen Superintendent, toured each campus on Thursday, March 4. During each visit he met w

Dr. Schoggin talks with Northside Principal Mandy Ambrose. 

 

Dr. Andy Schoggin, Clinton's newly chosen Superintendent, toured each campus on Thursday, March 4. During each visit he met w

Dr. Schoggin talks to Mrs. Doan at Northside. 

 

Dr. Andy Schoggin, Clinton's newly chosen Superintendent, toured each campus on Thursday, March 4. During each visit he met w

Eastside Principal Mandy Taylor and Assistant Principal Brittany Ricker walk Dr. Schoggin and Dr. Martin around Eastside's campus. 

 

Dr. Andy Schoggin, Clinton's newly chosen Superintendent, toured each campus on Thursday, March 4. During each visit he met w

Dr. Schoggin looks in on a 4th grade class as they actively learn about science. 

 

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Dr. Schoggin looks in on a student taking a quiz in class. 

 

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Dr. Schoggin and Eastside Principal Mandy Taylor discuss how Eastside has handled the year. 

 

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Dr. Schoggin talks to an Eastside student about his love of reading.

 

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Dr. Schoggin and Dr. Martin look at Clinton High School's "30 Plus Wall" filled with pictures of students who have scored a 30 or higher on the ACT.

 

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Dr. Schoggin talks to English 2 teacher Laura Cockrell at Clinton High School.

 

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Dr. Schoggin talks with CHS Principal Brett Robinson and Dr. Martin about the culture at Clinton High School. 

 

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Clinton Technical Education Center Director Dr. Bill Hardin shows Dr. Schoggin the newly finished CTE Center.

 

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Dr. Schoggin visits Justin Odom's Engineering class at the CTE Center.

 

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Dr. Schoggin and CHS Assistant Principal Matt Fulton observe a materials sorter constructed by Engineeering students.

 

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Dr. Schoggin was treated to lunch prepared by Clinton Culinary students.

 

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Dr. Schoggin talks with Chef Catherine Bruce about Clinton's Culinary Arts program.

 

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Sumner Hill Principal Christie Claxton and Assistant Principal Jermaine Brown take Dr. Schoggin on a tour of Sumner Hill.

 

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Dr. Schoggin looks at the history of Sumner Hill and its importance to the Clinton Public School District and community. 

 

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Dr. Schoggin looks at artwork completed by Sumner Hil students on his visit to Sumner Hill's campus. 

 

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Lovett's Principal Dr. Mike Pope and Assistant Principal Dr. Alexis Walker take Dr. Schoggin on a tour of Lovett Elementary's campus. 

 

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Dr. Schoggin talks to Dr. Mike Pope about the importance of developing 6th graders as they transition from Elementary to Secondary school settings.  

 

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Dr. Schoggin looks on as 7th grade STEM students code apps at Clinton Junior High School.

 

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Dr. Schoggin visits the 8th grade STEM class at Clinton Junior High School where the students were building dragters.