Clinton Street Elementary School

Central School District

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  • Nick Bruel, author and illustrator of the Bad Kitty books will be visiting Clinton Elementary on

    Friday November 8!

    Purchase your Bad Kitty books by clicking the following order form-

    Nick Bruel - Online Book Order Form

    Bad Kitty


  • Spirit Wear

    The PTA's online School Spirit Wear sale will run from

    October 1-31

    You can order online at:

    Clinton Spirit Wear

    See the flyer sent home with all students.

    If you have any questions please contact:

    Kristie 908-642-3044  

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  • PTA Membership


    Please join the PTA! They plan many wonderful things for our students and have many activities throughout the school year! You can also sign up online at:


    thank you for your support!

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  • PTA

    Please join us for our next monthly meeting!

    Meeting dates for the 19-20 year:

    Oct. 3

    Nov. 7

    Jan. 9

    Feb. 6

    Mar. 5

    Apr. 9




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  • books

    School Supply lists for 2019-2020

    School Supplies





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  • Clinton Elementary Proud Parent Car Decals 

    For Sale:  $3.00

    Please call the office or write a note if interested!

    Car Decal

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  • Help support Clinton Elementary!

    We are selling Clinton Paw Print Winter Hats.  $10

    One size fits all!

    CASH or Checks payable to TA 828.CE

    Hats are still for Sale!!


     paw print hat


    Student Name:__________________________________

    Phone number:_________________________

    Teacher Name:__________________________________

    Number of Hats @ $10.00 each:____________________


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  • Pumpkin From the Principal: 

    Thank you for your support and encouragement during our first month of school. Your children have made an excellent transition into a new school year.

    It has been my pleasure, over the past several weeks, to go into your child’s room and read The Dot. The story is about always trying to reach your goal.

    I’ve asked your children to share their school goals with me and create their own ‘dot.’

    I encourage you to ask them about their goals and how you can help them to achieve them.

    ~Mrs. McCartan


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