BASF funds Clinton Public School with $5,000 in Science Education Grants. Clinton Public School, was selected for WaterBotics, a long-term, project-based unit, working as teams to overcome the challenges of building in an aquatic environment. The students will gain valuable experience with the engineering design process, along with programming and electrical engineering.
In accordance with the law (N.J.S.A. 18A:40-44(c)), school districts are required to distribute the Media Violence and Youth Impact pamphlet to the parents or guardians of students attending the schools of the district.
The mission of Clinton Public School is to inspire our students to become contributing members of society who are independent, innovative, life-time learnersequipped with the necessary skills to meet the demands of our ever-changingworld.