Red Ribbon Week October 25-29 RED RIBBON WEEK began in 1988 to promote awareness of the dangers of alcohol and other drugs. This special week honors the memory of Enrique “Kiki” Camarena. During the week of October 25-29, we will have special activities to educate our students on the dangers of drugs and the importance of making positive choices. Dress Up Days: Monday, October 25- Drugs Don’t Add Up- Mathlete vs Athlete Attire Tuesday, October 26- Put a Cap on Drugs- Wear a hat Wednesday, October 27- Follow Your Dreams- Wear pajamas Thursday, October 28- Leave Drugs in Past- Wear clothes from previous decades Friday, October 29- Your Future's so Bright- Career Day and/or Wear Sunglasses ***students must still adhere to dress code on dress up days***
11 days ago, Teresa Schlandt
Red Ribbon Week
TECH news: Kindergarten and first grade also celebrated International Dot Day in technology classes. First grade students used SeeSaw to create their own dot and make their mark. Kindergarten used virtual reality to make their dots come to life. There were squeals of excitement!
14 days ago, Teresa Schlandt
Tech Dot Day 4
Tech Dot Day 4
Tech Dot Day 4
Tech Dot Day 4
We have fun in intervention! We have worked hard on letter recognition, word reading, and fluency. We are so proud of these hard working friends!!
19 days ago, Teresa Schlandt
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intervention 3
In these photos, 5th graders are seen learning how to play an accompaniment pattern to the song "Little Tommy Tinker". The students quickly discovered that singing while playing the instruments is much more difficult than they expected!
about 1 month ago, Teresa Schlandt
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It has been a great week of intervention at SCES! We have loved getting our groups and getting to know our students. We can’t wait to see the academic growth these students will make this year!
about 2 months ago, Teresa Schlandt
SCES interventionists
2nd graders got to start the year by drawing selfies. They designed their own phone and then learned how to draw their self portrait. They did an awesome job!
about 2 months ago, Teresa Schlandt
2nd grade Art
2nd grade Art Class
South Clinton Elementary Students will all get to experience the National Geographic sponsored Giant Tennessee Traveling Map this week in library class. Students will "walk" across TN using map skills that are age appropriate. Students.....don 't forget to wear or bring socks! Pictured is Mrs. Dungan's class.
about 2 months ago, Teresa Schlandt
National Geographic Giant TN Map
National Geographic state map
You should have received student TCAP reports and letters about the TCAP Family Portal from your child’s school. To enroll in the TCAP Family Portal use the Url: Use your US ID. This is the number with 2 zeros in the beginning. Families may use the TCAP Family Portal to: access your student’s state test results via your phone or computer, track progress over time, learn the areas where your student demonstrated strengths, and the areas where they can still grow, and find clear next steps to help your student improve.
2 months ago, Lorrie Irwin
Family Portal
Many thanks to ORNL Federal Credit Union for donating $10,000 for our first ever CCS Media Studio!! It will be housed at SCES for district-wide use. Exciting things are happening!!
2 months ago, Teresa Schlandt
ORAU donation
Join us for the back to school sneak peak on Thursday, August 5th from 3:00-6:00pm. Come meet your teacher, see your classroom and drop off supplies. New this year-electronically sign beginning of year forms.
3 months ago, Clinton City Schools
sneak pean
First day of School will be Monday, August 9th with early dismissal at 11:30am!
3 months ago, Clinton City Schools
Stay tuned for more information regarding the app and website! We'll be updating everyone here for how to best navigate the website along with staying current on everything happening at the schools through the app!
4 months ago, Clinton City Schools
We are so excited to be launching our brand new website and app at the beginning of July!
4 months ago, Clinton City Schools
Reminder kids eat free this summer!! Beginning Wednesday, June 9, families can pick up a week's worth of meals for any children (aged 0-18) in their household.
4 months ago, Clinton City Schools