Instructional Resources

The Clinton School District is committed to providing meaningful learning opportunities for our students while school is closed for COVID-19. csd alt learning plan

The District will provide these opportunities both through on-line learning and paper packets. Paper copies will be available to all students who do not have online access to learning opportunities. Below are instructions for both options.

Access online materials for each class HERE.

If you have any questions once you access the lessons/materials, please contact your child's teacher via email. 

The District has opened the district wifi to the community and it can be accessed in the parking lot at any of our schools, 24/7. For the strongest signal we suggest parking close to the front doors of each building. The high school and Henry Elementary have the strongest signals.

If your children do not have the ability to access the above online materials, then we would like to set up a process to make this happen.  To receive printed copies of instructional materials, parents are asked to either call their child's school office (numbers below) or email us at and provide the following information:

  • Student's Name
  • Grade Level

High School: 660-885-2247
Technical School:  660-885-6101
Middle School:
Clinton Intermediate: 660-885-3179
Henry Elementary:
Clinton Early Childhood Center: 660-885-5845


  •  The final pick-up of hard-copy materials will be occurring this week at your child's school building.   See the pick-up schedule below for buildings.
  • Henry Elementary and CIS-Monday (4/27) and Tuesday (4/28) between 10:00-2:00
  • CECC, CMS and CHS-Wednesday (4/29) and Thursday (4/30) between 10:00-2:00
  • These materials will contain lessons for the remainder of the school year.
  • If you need to request hard copies, please either call your child's school office or email us at Please provide the following information:
    *Student's Name
    *Grade Level
  • If you have additional questions, please call your child's school office or email your child's teacher.

We know the thought of providing "school" at home might be overwhelming. Here are some tips as you begin this journey:

  • Please reach out to your child’s teacher(s) via email with any questions you might have along the way. Please utilize the Staff Directory on our website to find staff emails.
  • Do not attempt to fill your child’s day with “school work.” Make sure to include time for reading!
  • Learning doesn’t have to occur just on a computer or paper. Think about things you do every day and have your child join you (laundry, cooking, talk about your job, etc.).
  • Some children need structure (set times for activities), others do not. Please do what is best for your child.
  • Finally, we are in this together, and we will get through this together.



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