Dismantling an old swing set at McLain Rogers Park to make room for some new playground equipment are City of Clinton employees Dave Wedel, at left, and Charles Jones.
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An emergency State Board of Education was to be conducted at 4 p.m. today to authorize closure of all Oklahoma schools. The closure period was expected to begin March 17 and last until at least April 6.
U.S. Census forms are beginning to arrive at Clinton addresses this week, and to avoid an in-person visit from a Census worker people are asked to return them before April 30. Because a correct population count has important longterm implications for the community, the City of Clinton, Chamber of Commerce, and the Clinton Economic Development Authority (CEDA) are making computers available at the Frisco Center for those who may not have access to the Internet.
Clinton Schools is currently following recommendations from OSDH, CDC and Governor’s office; no changes are planned to class/activity schedules but situation is being closely monitored.
According to a statement released by Clinton School Board President Paul Adams, board members are getting close to making a final decision in their search for a new superintendent to replace Kevin Hime when he steps down on June 30.