• A would-be strike by Clinton’s Trent Sumner is scooped up by Midway goalkeeper Jake Hammond in a match last week. The Clinton City Schools Board of Education addressed athletics in general, and discussed the need for quarantining consistency, regardless of setting.
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    CCS targets sports quarantining

    During a recent Clinton City Schools Board of Education virtual meeting, the topic of quarantining guidance was addressed by Superintendent Wesley Johnson. His focus was on a new compromise he reached with the local Health Department over quarantine inconsistency for athletics.

    […]

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    SRMC urges blood donations

    Sampson Regional Medical Center leaders are pleading with members of the community not to neglect the importance of donating blood, stressing that the continued support is still needed as a year and half long battle against the pandemic rages on.

    […]

  • School Improvement Plans for all 18 schools this year are in the works, said Dr. Melinda Vickers, assistant superintendent of Instructional Services.
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    Schools focus on improvement

    CLINTON — Personnel from schools in Sampson County all attended training this summer to help with resetting their School Improvement Plan (SIP) processes, a process which is utilized by all the schools in the district.

    […]

  • Sampson County Schools Superintendent Dr. David Goodin, left, explained the need for the masking policy, as Chairman Darryl Warren listened.
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    SCS masking to continue; board splits

    CLINTON — Masking in the classroom and on campus was back before the board for a vote Tuesday morning, and masks will continue for at least the next month in Sampson County Schools.

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