Clinton School District Establishes Community Recognition Program
Clinton School District would like to announce the establishment of a “Community Partner of the Month” recognition program for the 2018-19 school year. This program, established by the District Leadership Team, was established to recognize area business partners that make significant contributions to the district and community.
“It is vital for the Clinton School District and community business partners to work together to help students reach their maximum potential and help businesses grow the local economy. Every dollar raised by local businesses helps to support teaching and learning in the Clinton School District.” – Dr. Joe Fisher, Superintendent
Cowboy Dodge-Chrysler-Jeep-Ram and First Service Bank have been selected as inaugural recipients of the Clinton School District “Community Partner of the Month” Award for November 2018. These partners were specifically selected by the District Leadership Team to receive the first award because they have modeled for other businesses the importance of establishing a positive working relationship with the Clinton School District.
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