We are in unprecedented times right now and as students across the state stay home from school, Clinton Schools officials are offering tips for them to keep a positive mindset.
Clinton High School Principal Jerry Wayne says this will be a time in history we always are a part of and hopes the students will stay the course.
The fear of the coronavirus could be a real thing for young people according to Katy Arnold, who is the Director of the Clinton Academy through Clinton High School. She recommends students get outside and take a walk when they can and continue communicating with their friends even though they can't be together at school.
Wayne says the last week has been outside the norm as they have been scrambling to make sure they are still providing the best educational opportunities for their students. They were focused on doing what was best for the students and ensuring their safety.