Clay Elementary Limo Ride 2017

Clay Elementary sold almost $30,000 in cookie dough this year.  Our school keeps a percentage of the money for materials, supplies, field trips, AR, and other endeavors throughout the year.

Read more: Clay Elementary Limo Ride 2017Students selling more than twenty (20) items get to ride in a Limo and have a pizza lunch.  Students selling more than thirty (30) items get to ride in a Limo, invite a friend, and have a pizza lunch.

Our top seller was Adrionna Dunton, who sold 75 items.  She won a $100 gift card to Wal-Mart. Students turning in money on time got their name put into a drawing to win a $25 Wal-Mart gift card. That winner was Lynsey Loop.

Congratulations to all who sold cookie dough and thanks for your great effort!

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Clay PTC Halloween Carnival 2017

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The Clay PTC Halloween Carnival was held Saturday, October 21, 2017, in the annex gym.  Many community members, students, parents, and family attended this annual event.  The carnival had games, food, door prizes, haunted house, raffle tickets for a grill, split the pot, and chances for Cincinnati Bengal tickets for the Dec. 24 game against the Detroit Lions. 

The Clay PTC raised over $3200 for our students and teachers.  Thanks PTC for your tremendous effort!

 

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Heroes 4 Higher Attends Clay Elementary

Heroes 4 Higher (Batman) visited Clay Elementary School on Tuesday, October 3, 2017, to bring his message "Be the Hero Against Bullying" to our school.  The presentation consisted of teaching our students four empowering points:  1. Never Give Up, 2. Always Do the Right Thing, 3. Help Other People, and 4. Never Be a Bully.

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CES Fire Prevention Week Activities & Poster Contest 2017

Fire Prevention Week was October 9-13, 2017.  The Rosemount and Rubyville Fire Departments held a poster contest for grades K-2 and grades 3-5 with the theme "Every Second Counts."  Also, the firemen went room to room discussing fire safety and fire prevention.  Thanks to Lt. Kyle McCain and Zach Hudson of the Rosemount FD and Gabe Miller and John Kimmey of the Rubyville FD for volunteering their time for our elementary students. Thanks to our art teacher, Mrs. Harris, for having students make the posters in her art classes.

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"FrankenSTEM" Performed at Clay Elementary

The Portsmouth Area Arts Council brought a theatrical couple to Clay Elementary and performed "FrankenSTEM" for our Preschool through 5th-grade students on Thursday, September 28, 2017.  The play combined the theme of Frankenstein with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math for elementary-aged children.  Kyle and Tori, performers in the play, were from North Carolina.

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