Schools

Clinton schools awarded $3,900 mini-grant for employee program

Director of Clinton City Schools Kelly Johnson receives the $3,900 mini-grant from Utrust administrator Dr. Dan Tollett.
Clinton City Schools received a $3,900 mini-grant from Utrust to fund a program to honor and express appreciation to school employees who greatly impact the lives of students in Clinton City Schools each day.

Clinton City Schools Superintendent Kelly Johnson applied for the mini-grant to show in a tangible way that each staff member is essential to the success of the school system in providing a quality education to students in Clinton.

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Emily is the ‘Bee’ champ

Norris Elementary spelling bee winners were: Third place winner was Carter Foust, seonnd place was Elly Leander, and first place was Emily Martin. Emily won first place at the county-wide bee which was held in October at Lake City Elementary.

Christmas music, the return

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Pictured at Clinton Middle School are students who are in the CMS Chorus and participated in the recent Christmas Concerts.
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SCES Christmas carolers

South Clinton Elementary School third graders carol annually for the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce. The Community Bank provides the bus for the caroling event, which then takes them to assisted living facilities in the community to carol for residents. There are many smiles and joy fills the hearts of all who listen.

CES student in art show

Clinton Elementary School’s 6th grade student, Savannah Miniard, attended the opening ceremony of The East Tennessee Regional Student Art Exhibition at the Knoxville Museum of Art on Dec. 5. She is among 30 talented 6th grade students whose art was chosen for the juried art show. Savannah’s artwork “Galactic Totality” was a mixed media project assigned by Clinton Elementary’s Art Teacher, Allison Swanner. The East Tennessee Regional Student Art Exhibition recognizes over 300 student artworks grades 6-12, attending public, private, or homeschool in 32 counties across Tennessee. The show will be hung until January 14, 2018 at the Knoxville Museum of Art. Admission is free to the museum.