Students Raise $ for Alzheimer's Research

In an effort to help raise money for the annual Alzheimer's research fundraiser, Clay raised money by allowing students to wear hats.  For a donation, students were able to wear hats last week in support of the effort. K-3 students raised $128.25 while 6-12 students raised $72.15.  In total, Clay raised $200.40 for the Alzheimer fundraiser.Read more: Students Raise $ for Alzheimer's Research Read more: Students Raise $ for Alzheimer's Research
 

 

Great news for the Clay community!

Read more: Great news for the Clay community!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thanks to the Clay Board of Education and the Clay administration, the Clay Local School District will become a 1:1 district beginning with the 2017-18 school year as part of the district’s continued efforts to prepare students for their futures. Students in grades 6 through 12 will be issued a Chromebook to use at school as well as at home. Elementary students (K-5) will have access to grade-level Chromebook carts that will stay at school. The staff in the district received their personal Chromebooks last year as part of the transition for the implementation of the 1:1 program this year.
 
 

Read more: Great news for the Clay community!

Clay District Calendars, 2017-18

Read more: Clay District Calendars, 2017-18

Clay Internet Calendars.  These calendars include a day-to-day calendar, a monthly version, and the internet calendar with all activities listed for each month.  An athletic calendar is also included, but please note the away contests may not show since the calendar is based on the opponent publishing these dates.

Carol Vice, Former Clay Teacher & Hall of Fame Coach, Passes.

Read more: Carol Vice, Former Clay Teacher & Hall of Fame Coach, Passes. ROSEMOUNT —Carol Ann Vice, 82, of Rosemount, passed away Friday, July 28, 2017, at SOMC Hospice.

She was born August 28, 1934, in Portsmouth, a daughter of the late Virgil Burgess and Bethel Flannery Burgess Miller.

Carol was a retired teacher with the Clay School District with 30 years of service. Carol coached many sports for Clay including women's softball, compiling a 93.7% winning percentage over 11 years. She guided those teams to 3 State Championships and was inducted into the Ohio High School Athletic Association's Coaches Hall of Fame. Carol was also a former President of Women's Tennis League in Portsmouth. She was a 1952 Clay High School graduate and obtained her Bachelor of Science in Education from Ohio University.

Read more: Carol Vice, Former Clay Teacher & Hall of Fame Coach, Passes.

Mantell Retires

Mr. Anthony Mantell Read more: Mantell Retiresofficially retired earlier this month. The staff honored him for his service on Thursday, the last day of the academic year.  He has been an educator for forty years, the last 17.5 years as the superintendent of the Clay Local School District. Best wishes in retirement! His official last day is July 31.

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