Schools

Welcome to the ‘Wax Museum’

CES students bring socially historic figures to life, sorta

Kaelyn Bowling looks the part standing still and waiting, dressed as Clara Barton.
Kaelyn Bowling’s mother is a veterinarian and that’s part of the reason she likes reading stories about nurses and doctors.

Eric Page likes sports (football more than baseball) and while Jackie Robinson was on “the list,” because his life had such a huge impact on society, Mr. Robinson was added.

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ACHS team takes first in state FFA poultry evaluation

Pictured from left are: Philip Warfield, team coach and FFA advisor; Ethan McAnally, ninth high individual in Tennessee; Jacob Kiser, second high individual in Tennessee; Wesley Zemeke, first high individual in Tennessee; and Skylar Mozingo.
Anderson County FFA won a second state contest in the span of two weeks.



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Clinton High Science Class takes first at 20th Annual Envirothon

From left are: Sara Idzik (coach), Brynn Biddle, Karen Abercrombie, Anna Cardall, Sarah Cardall, Jovan Deickmann, and Riley Sain (coach).
It was a beautiful day in Scott County at the Oneida City Park for the 20th annual Envirothon competition sponsored by Cumberland Mountain RC & D, which includes Anderson, Campbell, Roane, Morgan, and Scott counties.

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‘Our’ war

Historian Lynn Fox presented a talk on The War Between the States recently to Clinton Middle School students. Armed with memorabilia from that era and facts about the conflict that lasted from 1861-1865, Fox explained the cause of the war, the differences in the soldiers from both sides, and the impact it had on those soldiers.