Welcome to the Clinton Community Schools Parent Portal. This is your parent online access to secure and timely information about your child’s schedule, attendance, report card and transcript. And, the good news is, you only need to sign up ONCE and your account will remain active as long as you have students attending CCSD!
If you already have an account, click on the Parent Portal Login button to begin. If you need to sign up for a parent portal account, email our Parent Portal help desk: email@example.com. Once we receive your request, you will receive login information via email.
Two Clinton elementary educators received classroom grants from the Mississippi Professional Educators in October. Second grade teacher Laura Jo Ferguson and fifth grade computer science teacher Jana Chao were both awarded the grants in order to enhance educational opportunities for students in their classes.
When the Class of 2021 graduates from Clinton High School, they will do so in unique fashion—on Clinton’s Arrow Field. This year’s graduation ceremony is scheduled to begin at 7:30pm on Friday, May 28 at Clinton High School. CPSD to operate the Summer Food Service Program this summer
PowerSchool is a secure internet-based website that will allow you to easily keep track of nearly everything your student does while at school. This service will allow you to view your student’s attendance, grades, schedule, food service balance, progress, assignments, emergency information, and more.
PowerSchool is a free service to our families and is available to all parents with children enrolled in the district. To access PowerSchool, you must have a valid e-mail address and internet access on a computer.
Clinton Arrow Athletics kicked off the start of the spring athletic season by celebrating athletes participating in Archery, Powerlifting, Tennis, Golf, Baseball, Softball and Track & Field.
Clinton Junior High School 7th Grader Aashrita Cheruku won 1st place at the University of Mississippi Chess Tournament in the K-8 division.
On Friday, January 28, Arianna Durrell signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Meridian Community College.
Kindergartners at Clinton Park celebrated the 100th Day of School by dressing up as 100-year-olds. They spent the day counting to 100 in various ways, including 100 jumping jacks, counting 100 balloons and constructing with 100 building blocks.
CHS Theatre students recently participated in the Mississippi Theatre Association’s (MTA) annual conference. Several CHS students, both individually and as an ensemble, received recognition for their hard work this year.
Congratulations to Anna and Jonathan Nutt on being named CPSD's Parents of the Year!
Students in Officer Al Kimbrell's Law & Public Safety classes at CHS were visited by Clinton Arrow alum Justice Court Judge Kenny Lewis. Judge Lewis spoke to them about the court system and the importance of community involvement when it comes to criminal justice.