Members of the Clinton Central High School lacrosse team attended the first Hamilton College girls lacrosse camp, directed by the college’s women’s head coach Patty Kloidt. Girls from as far as California attended the camp from July 11-14. Clinton girls (kneeling from left) Elizabeth Balch, Maya Stang, and Jenny Maxam; (standing) Nicole Murdoch, Julia Orlando, Rachel Clarey, Blythe Owens, Louisa Gale, Rachel Evans and Hannah McHarris.
By Charles J. Kershner Executive Editor Emeritus Clinton Central Elementary and Middle School students generally did better on the latest New York State math and English assessment tests, and Supt. Matt Reilly said there’s still work to be done to improve either the teaching or learning of the subjects, or both. . . . Click here to download
By Gabriel Kashuba Reporter/Editor The Clinton Central School Board is waiting for a cost estimate from an architectural firm in Watertown before moving forward with another capital project. . . . Click here to download
A formal decision on an athletic director for Clinton Central School for 2012-13 is not expected until the Board of Education meets on Aug. 21.. . . . Click here to download
Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 July 2012 18:06
July 18, 2012
Written by The Clinton Courier
Tuesday, 17 July 2012 18:14
Highlights from the July 18 issue
Clinton fire chief Mark Young (right) and Oneida County Deputy Fire Co-ordinator Brian McQueen discuss possible origins of a fire at the Old Carriage House Apartments on Old Boorne Road in Clinton on July 11. The blaze destroyed one unit, severely damaged a half dozen other units, and put as many as 14 people out of their living quarters.
Nearly a week after fire destroyed one apartment unit and severely damaged a half dozen other units at the Old Carriage House Apartments on Old Boorne Road, Clinton Fire Chief Mark Young said. . . . Click here to download
By Charles J. Kershner Executive Editor Emeritus In an effort to avoid getting tapped for another large deficit at the end of the year, the Clinton Central School District will now review the expenses of the Fitness Center every quarter instead of twice a year. . . . Click here to download
By Charles J. Kershner Executive Editor Emeritus Although voters in May authorized the Clinton Central School Board of Education to borrow up to $90,000 to buy two small buses as replacements in the 29-vehicle fleet, the board balked on July 10 at taking out a loan and instead decided to look at other funding options before making a commitment. . . . Click here to download