Warnock Retires from Clay

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After 18 years as a math teacher in the Clay Local School District, Mr. Wayne Warnock has decided to retire.  

He said, "I have mixed emotions and will miss everyone, but it is time for something different.  I'm not sure what that is yet, but it's time."  He worked at the local Workman's Compensation Office for 15 years prior to coming to Clay.  Mr. Warnock is a 1976 graduate of East High School and is a huge Columbus Blue Jackets fan.

Clay CF Walk 2015

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The annual CF walk at Clay will be held on Friday, May 8, 2015, starting at 12:45.  A CF car show will be held in the parking lot that evening.

To participate in the walk during the day, students MUST donate $10 or purchase a CF t-shirt ($16).  CF t-shirts (ORDER FORMS) are on sale through Mrs. Tipton until April 24.  Money is due at the time of the order.  Order forms are also available from Mrs. Tipton or the front office.  

“The strongest people are not those who show strength in front of us, but those who fight battles we know nothing about”

 

 

Clay ES - Title I Survey

Clay Elementary School is a Schoolwide Title 1 Building.

All students are eligible to receive supplemental educational services provided by Title 1.  We value your opinion concerning the effectiveness of the supplemental services in reading and math that your child has received.  To help in evaluating the program and to plan for next year, please take a few minutes to complete the following survey.

Start the Survey

Thank you.

Read more: Clay ES - Title I Survey

Clay Open Enrollment Information & Forms

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Clay Open Enrollment Information and Forms are available at the following link:  http://goo.gl/dYbwsS.

New student registration will be held on Thursday, August 13, 2015, from 9:00AM until 3:00PM.

If you have additional questions or if you need assistance, please call the district (740-354-6645).

Statement from the Superintendent, 11/24/14

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.

Read more: Statement from the Superintendent, 11/24/14

Anthony Mantell
Superintendent, Clay Local School District

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