2014 Digital Learning Grant
We're happy to announce that Clinton Central was awarded a Digital Learning Grant!
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Snow Make Up 2013-2014
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Jr.-Sr. High School Principal
815 N State Road 29
Michigantown, IN 46057
Fax: (765)249-0214 Contact Wendy Haag
Welcome to Clinton Central Jr./Sr. HS
Russ Kelley of NTK presents a check for $1000 to the Clinton CentralJr/Sr High School Student Council.
Pictured left to right: LoganChapin, Kylie Crenshaw, Caitlyn Bradley, Sarah Jacoby, and current
president Rachel Stowers. Student Council sponsor is Miss Sabrina Murphy.
JamFest Cheer Super Nationals
Junior Varsity squad competed at the JamFest Cheer Super Nationals and took 1st place in the Advanced Co-Ed Junior Varisty Cheer
National Champions in Reason and Third Overall
National Junior Honor Society Induction
Pictured is seventh grade science teacher Nicole Ridens and Operations Manager for McDonalds, Lloyd Lee. Mrs. Ridens was awarded the MAC Grant in the amount of $478.78. The money will be used to purchase microscopes. Thank you, McDonalds and congratulations, Mrs. Ridens!
High School Administration
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.
Wendy Haag, Principal
(765)249-2255 ext. 250
Melissa Robertson, Assistant Principal
(765)249-2255 ext. 251
Eric Flickinger, Athletic Director
(765)249-2255 ext. 270
Kristin Hetzel, Guidance Counselor
(765)249-2255 ext. 254
Aaron Hauenstein, Guidance Counselor
(765)249-2255 ext. 255
Kristi Coverdale, ECATreasurer
(765)249-2255 ext. 259
Debbie Avery, Secretary/Receptionist
(765)249-2255 ext. 200
Diana Crum, Athletic/Guidance Secretary
(765)249-2255 ext. 253
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Clinton Central Schools.
Twenty-first Century Scholars Program
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link to the website.