Summer Online Courses offered to Clinton High School students
The Clinton Public School District is offering students the chance to take online classes this summer beginning June 15.
“Many of our students want to be involved in numerous activities," Clinton's assistant superintendent Mr. Anthony Goins said, "and we are thankful for their desire to compete in multiple arenas to make our district shine. In order to create this opportunity for more students, CPSD will be offering students the opportunity to take online classes this summer to free up their schedule next year to participate in multiple activities.”
The district released a letter detailing the eligibility and registration process in order for students to participate.
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