Taking time to remember


Each year Clinton-Massie Local Schools takes a moment to remember those lost in the 9/11 attacks. The school district celebrates their lives through activities on Patriot Day, as well as taking time to reflect on those in the students’ own lives they have lost. This year the high school was the participating school for the on-field activity. Each class was assigned a color: seniors/white, juniors/blue, sophomores/red, freshmen/white and the staff wore blue. As usual, the students were respectful while C-M Superintendent Matt Baker addressed the crowd. They were also patient and flexible during the setup process. Participants spelled out the words “United We Stand”. There were also activities in each of the other buildings commemorating the day.

Each year Clinton-Massie Local Schools takes a moment to remember those lost in the 9/11 attacks. The school district celebrates their lives through activities on Patriot Day, as well as taking time to reflect on those in the students’ own lives they have lost. This year the high school was the participating school for the on-field activity. Each class was assigned a color: seniors/white, juniors/blue, sophomores/red, freshmen/white and the staff wore blue. As usual, the students were respectful while C-M Superintendent Matt Baker addressed the crowd. They were also patient and flexible during the setup process. Participants spelled out the words “United We Stand”. There were also activities in each of the other buildings commemorating the day.


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Each year Clinton-Massie Local Schools takes a moment to remember those lost in the 9/11 attacks. The school district celebrates their lives through activities on Patriot Day, as well as taking time to reflect on those in the students’ own lives they have lost. This year the high school was the participating school for the on-field activity. Each class was assigned a color: seniors/white, juniors/blue, sophomores/red, freshmen/white and the staff wore blue. As usual, the students were respectful while C-M Superintendent Matt Baker addressed the crowd. They were also patient and flexible during the setup process. Participants spelled out the words “United We Stand”. There were also activities in each of the other buildings commemorating the day.

Each year Clinton-Massie Local Schools takes a moment to remember those lost in the 9/11 attacks. The school district celebrates their lives through activities on Patriot Day, as well as taking time to reflect on those in the students’ own lives they have lost. This year the high school was the participating school for the on-field activity. Each class was assigned a color: seniors/white, juniors/blue, sophomores/red, freshmen/white and the staff wore blue. As usual, the students were respectful while C-M Superintendent Matt Baker addressed the crowd. They were also patient and flexible during the setup process. Participants spelled out the words “United We Stand”. There were also activities in each of the other buildings commemorating the day.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/09/web1_CMHS.jpgEach year Clinton-Massie Local Schools takes a moment to remember those lost in the 9/11 attacks. The school district celebrates their lives through activities on Patriot Day, as well as taking time to reflect on those in the students’ own lives they have lost. This year the high school was the participating school for the on-field activity. Each class was assigned a color: seniors/white, juniors/blue, sophomores/red, freshmen/white and the staff wore blue. As usual, the students were respectful while C-M Superintendent Matt Baker addressed the crowd. They were also patient and flexible during the setup process. Participants spelled out the words “United We Stand”. There were also activities in each of the other buildings commemorating the day. Courtesy photo