The Clay Local School District was asked to enter a "lock-down" at approximately 3:15PM on Monday (11/24) by the Scioto County Sheriff's Department due to a potential domestic-violence situation.
At no time was there a threat to any student or staff member. This was a only a precautionary measure. The individual in question was never on school grounds and had only indicated self harm.
School will be in session tomorrow (11/25) and will be on regular schedule.
Superintendent, Clay Local School District
Clay Students Attend OU Anatomy Class
The Clay Local School District Salutes Outstanding Student Applicants and School Winners in the Race for the 2014 Wendy's High School Heisman
Clay High School is extending a special congratulations to Lexie Gilliland and Zackary Phillips who were named school winners for the prestigious Wendy’s High School Heisman Award. To be eligible for this award, students must display academic aptitude, athletic talent, and community leadership.
Clay High School
Don't miss a single memory. Order your 2014-15 Clay Yearbook today!
Save yourself a check and order your yearbook online. Order online at www.SchoolAnnual.com. Click on the BUY YOUR STUDENT'S YEARBOOK button in the upper-right hand corner of the page. Enter your information. It's easy and it's FREE to order online.
Yearbooks ordered by Dec 31 are only $40. After Dec. 31, yearbooks will be $45.
Questions should be directed to Mrs. Caseman, Clay yearbook advisor.
Clay’s Music Department has partnered with Florida Indian River Groves to sell delicious, grove-fresh, Florida, navel oranges and Indian River, red grapefruit as a fundraiser this year.
This fundraiser will help fund student travel and other expenses throughout the school year. You may credit a specific student’s account or you may credit the entire group.
The sale ends
Contact Miss Maggard or Mr. Wiget for more information. Thank you for your suppot!
Congratulations to Zackary Phillips for being nominated to represent Clay High School at the annual Hooks for Books Hometown Hero award ceremony.
The Hometown Hero award is given to a senior student who has made a difference in their school and community. The award is for a well-rounded student and based on character. One student was chosen from each area school district.
Zack was honored on October 18, 2014. He received a certificate and was able to meet Gene Bennett, a former Cincinnati Reds player, scout, and special assistant to the general manager, as well as Jimmie Snow, son of country star Hank Snow.
Lexie Gilliland (12), Gabby Hickman (11), Zack Phillips (12), and Matt Smith (12) attended the annual Ohio High School Athletic Association Leadership Conference on Tuesday, October 7, 2014, at the OSU Student Union in Columbus, Ohio. Approximately 1,500 student-athletes from around the state of Ohio attended the conferene.
Cassie Shumaker and Cami Whitley will both receive a $250 scholarship from the Scioto Foundation. They were randomly selected from those students who attended the UCAN College Fair on Tuesday, October 14, 2014. A total of eight scholarships were awarded.
This UCAN event is designed for students to gather information regarding college, scholarships, student loans, and to ask specific college representatives questions about their institutions. Twenty-two of the 197 attendees who filled out registration cards were from Clay.
Thanks to the Scioto Foundation for helping our students with their future endeavors.
Clay High School has received a national High Schools That Work (HSTW) Gold Achievement Award based on the progress of local school leaders and teachers in improving school practices and raising student achievement. The award was presented by Gene Bottoms, senior vice president of the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) and founder of HSTW, at the 28th Annual HSTW Staff Development Conference in Nashville, on Wednesday, July 16, 2014. Mr. Jeff Hunter, a Clay High School Science teacher and the High Schools That Work Coordinator, travelled to receive the award on behalf of the school.
The school is one of only eight schools in the nation receiving the Gold Achievement Award in 2014.
Schedules, Rosters, Results, & PICS
On Tuesday, September 9, 2014, the CLSD sent home with students new ProgressBook Account info for grades 2-12. There are two types of accounts. Parent accounts for grades 2 through 12 and student accounts for grades 6-12. The new parent account letters are white. The new student account letters are blue. Instructions for using the ProgressBook registration keys to setup accounts are on each letter. The login page for parent and student access is always at the top of our site under Parent/Student or you can use this direct link.
If you already had a parent or student account from last year, it is still active. If you need to reset your username or password, you can do it from this direct link.
Need More Help?
Call 740-354-6644 and press 7 or ask for the Technology Department.
Tuesday Aug 19, 2014 - 6:00PM - 7:30PM
Clay Open House and PTC
"Welcome Back" Book Fair
Fall Meet the Teams - 7:30PM
Scioto County Back to School Clothing Program - $150 certificate per qualified child
Clay Middle/High School Grades 6-12
CHS Grades 6-12 FAQ for the 2014-2015 School Year
NEW STUDENT Registration and Open Enrollment
Please call Principals' Offices or Superintendent's Office if you need information for new registration or open enrollment. (740) 354-6644