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Clinton Central FFA Earns National Award
Clinton Central FFA was one of four chapters in the State of Indiana to earn a 3-Star ranking at the National level and will be recognized at this year’s National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The National Chapter Award recognizes FFA chapters who exemplify chapter excellence by creating a balanced Program of Activities and provide opportunities for members to grow as individuals. The application must have nine activities with goals, ways and means to accomplish the goals and results. The nine activities that Clinton Central FFA submitted were:
· Clinton Central Meats and Livestock Skillathon CDE—the only state wide invitationals in the state of Indiana.
· Cash for Corduroy- FFA scholarship program for Clinton Central FFA members. Over $40,000 has been distributed to Central members.
· FFA Open House- program for 7th, 8th, and freshman students and parents to show the wide variety of opportunities in Agriculture Education.
· Animal Research facility- students fed out nine lambs purchased at the State Fair and fed them for the Stockman Livestock Judging contest and practices for college teams.
· Crossbred Classic- we help host and facilitate the largest grossing swine show in the US.
· Stockman Livestock Judging contest- our chapter along with Clinton Prairie FFA host a livestock judging contest that involved teams from twenty-five states.
· Wildcat Creek cleanup- our chapter helps clean wildcat creek each September.
· Feeding homeless people at Wheeler Mission- last year we helped twice
· Adopt a Family—our chapter allocated $500 and purchased Christmas gifts for a Clinton County family.
This award is designed to recognize FFA chapters that have excelled during the current year in the areas of community, student, and chapter development. Chapters must submit an extensive application outlining their program of activities, chapter goals, means to accomplish those goals as well as the actual program outcomes. “We are honored and humbled for this honor. Fewer FFA chapters nationwide earned the 3-Star ranking and we are honored to be one of those. This is something that is important to the community and alumni of Clinton Central FFA. We look forward to being recognized on stage at the National FFA Convention”, adds FFA Advisor, Roger K. Carr.
The National FFA Organization, formerly known as the Future Farmers of America, changed its name in 1988 to reflect the growth and diversity of agriculture. There are more than 600,000 FFA members nationwide. The FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success, through agricultural education.
Clinton Central Wall of Honor. Congratulations!
Mrs. Sayegh's Art Class
Follow the North Star at Conner Prairie
2016 Senior Art Students painted ceiling tiles.
Clinton Central students have artwork up at the Michigantown library!!!!!! Blue ribbon winners include; Kenzee Enlow, Emma Bunting, and Cohen Scering. Red ribbon winners were Genna Reed, Karena Henderson, and Grant Deck. White ribbon winners were Kenzee Enlow, Beth Bennett, and Joel Krieg!
Indiana Cheer Championship State Champion 2015
Emma Bunting has her scary themed artwork on dIsplay at the Frankfort Studio Six art gallery during the month of October. She sold three pieces on the day of the shows opening. Congratulations Emma!
Follow the North Star
Indianpolis Art Museum Field Trip
FFA Participants and Winners from District V Contest
Plant & Soil Science Demo - 1st Daniel Wyrick
Ag Mech - 1st Kelly Fox
Food Science - 3rd Megan Ferrel
Horticulture - 3rd Keelend Amos
Natural Resources - 1st Shelby Henry
Extemporaneous Speaking - 1st Mackenzie Padgett
Freshman Prepared Public Speaking - 3rd Cale Lucas
Discovery Degree Animal/Food Science - 1st Kallie Mennen & Olivia Wyrick
Discovery Degree Plant/Natural Resources - 2nd Katelyn Russell & Kaylea Whitcomb
Discovery Creed Speaking - 3rd Keegan Padgett
Job Interview - 2nd Mackenzie Padgett
District Star in Placement - Kade Patton
District Star in Agri-Business - Daniel Wyrick
District Star Farmer - Megan Ferrel
District 1st Place Beef Placement Proficiency - Kade Patton
District 1st Place Dairy Placement - Kaylee Walker
District 1st Place Ag Sales - Daniel Wyrick
Others that competed: Hannah McFauls, Isaac Archibald, Harm Smith, Nash Smith, Katie Faulkner, Corey Niemann, Shelby Sparks, Mollie McDaniel, Morgan Smith, Marisol Villegas, Kade Patton, Caleb Price, Jacob Habbegger
CLINTON CENTRAL INSTRUMENTAL
SOLO AND ENSEMBLE RESULTS FOR 2015
JANUARY 31ST AT KOKOMO HIGH SCHOOL
Soloists receiving a Gold Rating were:
Jeremiah Herin – Tuba QUALIFIED FOR STATE PERFORMANCE ON FEBRUARY 28TH AT NORTH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL IN INDY
Emma McCarty – Trombone
Nash Smith – Trumpet
Kaylee Lawson - Flute
Tallon Surber – Alto Saxophone
Wyatt Cripe – Tuba
Sophia Barnes – Snare Drum
Owen Smith – Snare Drum
Bailey Barnes – Snare Drum
Ensembles receiving a Gold rating were:
Bailey Suhre, Austin Erwin, Jordan Hodges, Taylor Toney, Edward Kelly
Dallas Snell, Ryan Ferguson, Katie Crawford, Emma McCarty, Justin Pelling, Mary Brown, Hannah Springer, Jeremiah Herin and Wyatt Cripe
Mollie McDaniel, Chloe Ballard, Madalyn Lewis
Kade Perlee, Brogan Sheets, Quincy Loveless
Kortney Jobe, Grace Suhre, Addy Sheets
John Dunn, Arissa Dickerson, Madelyn Irwin
Ensembles receiving a Silver rating were:
Britney Amonett, Shelby Kingery, Marisol Villegas, McKenzie McWhirt
Mary Brown, Wyatt Cripe, Clayton Randolph
Erik McCarty, Maddie Newton, Addy Weaver
Aaron Dickerson, Jaylen Shelley, Alexis Timmons, Kelsey Pinkard
Clinton Central Jr./Sr. High School students are unique individuals who will successfully earn diplomas that enhance their career pathways and allow them to flourish in an ever-changing global society. Clinton Central graduates will be productive citizens who benefit their communities, value life-long learning, and practice civic and social responsibility. High School Administration
Allen Remaly, Principal
(765)249-2255 ext. 251
Cody Stanley, Assistant Principal
Eric Flickinger, Athletic Director
(765)249-2255 ext. 270
Chalais Stathers, Guidance Counselor
(765)249-2255 ext. 254
Kristi Coverdale, ECATreasurer
(765)249-2255 ext. 259
Melinda Eli, Secretary/Receptionist
(765)249-2255 ext. 200
Diana Crum, Athletic/Guidance Secretary
(765)249-2255 ext. 253
PL 221 School Improvement Plan for CCHS 2011-2014
2016-2017 School Calendar