Inventing for the future
Young inventors found solutions to real problems and learned how to present their ideas at the annual Camanche Elementary Invention Convention.
Lincoln faces closure
A fresh approach to increasing student success at the high school level in Clinton could lead to the Lincoln campus closing as early as next school year in order to give all students the same academic opportunities, school officials discussed Monday.
Camanche Robotics Team teaches life lessons
A whole new world of career possibilities and learning outside the classroom is opened to fourth-graders through their involvement in the robotics team.
Clinton enrollment defies trend
For the first time since 1996 student enrollment is up in Iowa schools, but that trend didn’t ring true in nearly 50 percent of school districts across the state — including Clinton.
Middle school project moving forward
The new Clinton Middle School project continues to progress, with bids on the nearly $21 million project being opened last month and decisions on those bids and the sewer to be made within the coming weeks.
Northeast considering high school addition
Voters in the Northeast School District could decide whether the district should borrow up to $7 million to fund the proposed additions to the high school as early as next April.
River Bend students adjust to lunch guidelines
Despite the strict national school lunch guidelines, students are gobbling up fruits and vegetables with little complaints, according to River Bend school officials.
Easton Valley voids whole-grade sharing contract
A whole-grade sharing agreement between East Central and Northeast school districts has been nullified as Easton Valley comes to fruition.
Funds added to high school renovation project
The cost of a Clinton High School renovation project has gone past its contingency funds.
Hall of Fame nominations sought
The Clinton High Hall of Fame Committee is now taking nominations for its inaugural class of inductees.
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