CCS students recognized


Clinton City Schools Students of the Month for April were recognized during the May 1 board meeting. Honored were Sarah Searcy, first grade at L.C. Kerr School; Amirah Faircloth, third grade at Butler Avenue School; Oskar Adasiak, fourth grade at Sunset Avenue School; Camiry Fryar, seventh grade at Sampson Middle School; and Ines Meza, senior at Clinton High School.


During the May 1 Clinton City Board of Education meeting, the art students from Diana Roldan’s classes presented pieces of art that were submitted and placed in the county art show.


Clinton City Schools Students of the Month for April were recognized during the May 1 board meeting. Honored were Sarah Searcy, first grade at L.C. Kerr School; Amirah Faircloth, third grade at Butler Avenue School; Oskar Adasiak, fourth grade at Sunset Avenue School; Camiry Fryar, seventh grade at Sampson Middle School; and Ines Meza, senior at Clinton High School.

During the May 1 Clinton City Board of Education meeting, the art students from Diana Roldan’s classes presented pieces of art that were submitted and placed in the county art show.

Clinton City Schools Students of the Month for April were recognized during the May 1 board meeting. Honored were Sarah Searcy, first grade at L.C. Kerr School; Amirah Faircloth, third grade at Butler Avenue School; Oskar Adasiak, fourth grade at Sunset Avenue School; Camiry Fryar, seventh grade at Sampson Middle School; and Ines Meza, senior at Clinton High School.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_SOM.jpgClinton City Schools Students of the Month for April were recognized during the May 1 board meeting. Honored were Sarah Searcy, first grade at L.C. Kerr School; Amirah Faircloth, third grade at Butler Avenue School; Oskar Adasiak, fourth grade at Sunset Avenue School; Camiry Fryar, seventh grade at Sampson Middle School; and Ines Meza, senior at Clinton High School.

During the May 1 Clinton City Board of Education meeting, the art students from Diana Roldan’s classes presented pieces of art that were submitted and placed in the county art show.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_Sunset-Art.jpgDuring the May 1 Clinton City Board of Education meeting, the art students from Diana Roldan’s classes presented pieces of art that were submitted and placed in the county art show.
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