Author Archives: The Clinton Post

My Home Across The Atlantic: Living In Amsterdam

For most of my life, my home has been New York City. When I was younger, moving across an ocean was as rare of an idea to me as learning a completely new language. But as I got older, my … Continue reading

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English State Exams: Spotlight on Sofia Frugiuele (6th Grade) and Ms. Langbein (6th Grade English Teacher)!

Sofia Frugiuele Q: What do you think about the state test? A: It is a test, which is annoying. It’s not really even about us, it is mostly about the city seeing how well the teachers are doing. All tests … Continue reading

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Math State Exams: Spotlight on Grace Abshire (7th Grade) and Ms. Scheide (6th Grade Math Teacher)!

Ms. Scheide: Q: What should students do to get ready for the state test? A: We’ve been preparing all year, so we don’t really put focus on the test, but the day of, and the day before, rest, good breakfast, … Continue reading

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Winning Isn’t Everything: MS JV Girls’ Basketball Season Ends

After every season, basketball players reflect on their accomplishment and struggles. This includes Clinton’s JV girls’ team. After a painful loss in the first playoff game against The Computer School, their season came to a disappointing end. The team started … Continue reading

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Dear Dewie: Issue One

Dear Dewie, I’m in ninth grade, and I want to make some 10th grade friends at Clinton. I’m afraid they won’t welcome me because I’m younger, I don’t know about the classes they take, and I’m not thinking about colleges … Continue reading

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