Clinton High School students were given the opportunity to learn more about the school’s curriculum during a special event earlier this week.
With the process of registration for classes is on the brink, Clinton High hosted the 2016 Curriculum Night for parents and students to gain information about courses available as well as information concerning extracurricular activities that are available to CHS Dark Horses. Curriculum Guides have been distributed for students to explore their options. Decisions for the students future, can be influenced by the decisions that are made in the course registration process. Registration will begin the week of March 21 for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year.
The curriculum night began at 5:30, where parents and students were able to peruse tables in the atrium that the CHS various clubs and organizations had set up to showcase what they do, and advertise the benefits that students could gain from being a part of their groups.
By providing information to the students and parents, groups hope to recruit new students into being involved with them and their activities. There were also breakout sessions that provided parents and students with detailed information concerning the curriculum and testing information.
“Curriculum night at Clinton High School was a great opportunity for parents to gain information to assist their child(ren) in making sound decisions for their high school careers,” Dr. Stuart Blount, superintendent for Clinton City Schools, said. “Clinton High School staff did an above and beyond job at providing information and support to parents.”