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Clinton Elementary

Clinton School District #32

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    Welcome to Clinton Elementary School


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    Welcome to Clinton School


    Closed to out of district enrollment:

    KU5, Kindergarten, 4th grade


    2021-22 School Calendar

    2021-22 School Supplies


    Free/Reduced Meal Application

    We encourage all families to at least review the income eligibility guidelines and apply if appropriate.

    2020-21 Annual Notices


    Resolution of Intent to Impose Increase in Levies





    Clinton School Optional Face Coverings


    Staff, students, and visitors may wear a face covering, mask, or face shield while present in any school building.  The School District does not require the use of masks and will not provide masks except in cases required by this policy or at the discretion of the administration. 


    If, after this section is adopted, the number of active COVID-19 cases in the county where the school district is located increases to the point of being considered a "substantial" or "high" rate of transmission as defined by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Board of Trustees along with the superintendent may implement a requirement for face coverings to be worn in identified District buildings until such time as the Board of Trustees can adopt an applicable District policy. The superintendent shall coordinate with the county health department and the board of trustees to determine whether face coverings are a necessary response to a potential or actual COVID-19 outbreak. In the event face coverings are required, the superintendent shall announce the face covering requirement to students, parents, staff, and visitors for the immediate successive school day each day by 3:00 pm. If the board and superintendent determine masks are required, signs will be installed to inform students, parents, staff, and visitors of mask requirements while present in the identified District buildings.


    Due to the President Biden mandate (through the CDC) we are unfortunately unable to make masks a parents choice on Handley Transportation buses as of now. Masks will be required on all buses for students and drivers. The CDC is requiring masks on school buses. The CDC is doing so pursuant to authority granted it by Congress under 42 U.S.C. Section 264. The law on the books at this time, authorized by Congress and implemented by CDC, requires masks on school buses and makes failure to comply a federal crime. Handley Transportation will be monitoring for new law changes by the CDC or President Biden that will make masks a parents choice, or a local decision.


    Safe Return to Schools

    Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan



    I am happy to announce that again this year every Clinton School student, regardless of parent income, will qualify for free school provided breakfast and lunch.  

    All students will eat free through the last day of spring semester, June 3rd, 2022.  We will offer breakfast every morning and a hot lunch each day at no charge to you, the parent.  Students may still bring cold lunches from home.  If they do so, and choose to purchase a milk, there will still be a charge of $0.35.  Adult lunches will also be a cost of $3.85 for lunch and $2.10 for breakfast.  ​If your child currently has money in their account, it will stay there.  

    With all the craziness in the world right now, we felt this was a great opportunity for our kids and families to ease a little burden, at least for the rest of 2022.  Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions regarding the grant.

    Amanda Cyr, Superintendent




    Clinton Elementary School entrance

    Clinton Elementary School Mission

    It is the mission of our school to provide an equal opportunity for all students to receive a quality education that challenges each student's individual abilities. Parents, quality staff, and the community work together to foster critical thinkers, problem solvers and ultimately citizens with lifelong interest in learning. 

    "Children are fragile; we handle with care."