Superintendent Matthew Reilly reacts to the flooding in his office early Friday morning. Reilly’s computer was among the damaged items. The bridge building had up to nine inches of water in its offices and hallways.
Flood devastates Kirkland, CCS sustains damage
By Brett Fortnam Reporter/Editor Flood waters devastated the town and village throughout Friday as residents, town, and school officials struggled to stay ahead of Mother Nature. Clinton Central School sustained heavy damage as waters rushed through hallways and destroyed the business offices, media center, and middle school gymnasium. . . Click here to download
School board declares public emergency
The Clinton School Board held an emergency meeting on Monday to pass a declaration of public emergency. The declaration allows the district to suspend the bidding process and public vote to “initiate emergency repairs to stabilize, protect, and preserve the facilities damaged by flood waters.” . . . . Click here to download
Board cuts elementary position, cocurriculars next
By Brett Fortnam Reporter/Editor The school board eliminated an elementary reading teacher position at their June 22 meeting because expected budget savings fell short. More cuts can be expected if the $100,000 gap between savings and expected savings is not closed. . . . . Click here to download
Written by The Clinton Courier
Monday, 01 July 2013 21:46
The School has asked that people wishing to volunteer to help with the post flooding clean up not come to the school. ServPro is working to do the immediate clean up. Volunteers will be needed at a later date.