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Title I Parent Information
Related Documents:
School Parent Compact 13-14.doc

Clinton City Schools is proud to receive federal funding from Title IA to help serve all students across the system. Title IA federal allocations are used to increase student achievement in both Reading and Math at all grade levels. The purpose of this page is to provide parents with information regarding the benefits that come from being a Title I system. We encourage all parents to read the related documents, including Parent Notification and Parent Compact.


  • Access to the Clinton City Schools State Report Card can be found on the "Links" page. This report card gives you information about both achievement and growth of individual schools and the system.
  • All Clinton City Schools, both certified and classified, meet the Highly Qualified Requirements.
  • TCAP results are sent home at the beginning of each year to inform parents of their child's progress. Information on how to read those reports can be found on the "Links" page.
  • Clinton City Schools encourages parents to be involved in the educational process. Our Parental Involvement Plan can be found on the "Clinton City School District Parent Involvement Plan" link.
  • Clinton City Schools provides programming for students who meet the English as Second Language (ESL) criteria. If you have questions regarding this program, please contact Suzanne Oliver at 457-0225.
  • Clinton City Schools meets the requirements for serving Homeless students. If you feel you meet this criteria, please contact Debbie Long at 457-0225.
  • For questions regarding Special Education or Child Find, please contact Suzanne Oliver at 457-0225.
  • For questions regarding Federal Funding or Curriculum and Instruction, please contact Kelly Johnson at 457-0225.

Clinton City Schools is committed to providing access to all individuals seeking information on this website. This website strives to comply with best practices and standards as defined by Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. If you have difficulty accessing information on this site, by email us or call 865-457-0159