The whole school is excited about our upcoming Book Fair. An amazing selection of books is headed our way!
At the Book Fair you will find the latest and finest titles for kids, as well as books of interest to parents.
Mark your calendar for our Family Event where the whole family can join in the fun. And, you can contribute books to your child's classroom library. The Book Fair is a great way to get everyone excited about reading.
Here's a brief video that highlights the big dreams that can be realized through family reading:
See you at the Book Fair!
Elementary Fundraising Project
Clay Elementary had its fundraising project this fall and raised $7247.25. The elementary school uses this money for field trips, accelerated reader (AR), awards, programs, movie day, crafts, etc. throughout the school year. Congratulations to all who participated and earned rewards for their efforts.
Some special rewards were
Top seller: $100 Wal-Mart gift card. That person was Mikayla Conley, kindergartener in Mrs. Bailey’s class.
Any student that sold 20 or more items would receive a Limousine ride and have a pizza lunch. We had 16 students sell more than 20 items.
If a student sold 30 or more items, they would get to ask a friend to ride in the Limo and have lunch with them. We had 6 students sell 30 or more items and got to ask a friend.
If a student sold 10 items, he would be eligible for the pig race (battery powered pigs). We had 38 students participate in the pig race. The overall pig race winner was Kyleigh Oliver. She won a $50 Wal-Mart gift card.
2009 Rubyville Science Fair Winners
Grand Prize - Levi Nelson
1st Place – Gabby Hickman
2nd Place – McKenzie Cartee
3rd Place – Aaron Keyser
Honorable Mention – Abbie Harris
Honorable Mention – Megan Duduit
Honorable Mention – Aiden Hicks
1st Place – Abbey Halcomb
2nd Place – Ally Freeman
3rd Place – Jahmir King
Honorable Mention – Aaron Napper
Honorable Mention – Cole Gilliland
Honorable Mention – Taylor Neely
1st Place – Aashish Vemsani
2nd Place -Hunter Armstrong
3rd Place – Kimberly Suttles
Honorable Mention – Paul Silas
The Scioto County Science Fair is Jan. 22, 2010; the make-up/snow day is scheduled for Feb. 19, 2010.
Source: Mrs. Zuefle
Rosemount Primary and Rubyvill Elementary held their annual Christmas program on December 16, 2007. The play was created by Amanda Knight, Rosemount Music and 6th Grade Band Directer, and Amanda Sherman, Rubyville Music Directer.
From the sixth grade band, the clarinet players were Katie Redding and Shawna Terry. The flute players were Mary Shelby and Haley Ferguson. The saxophone players were Michael Schimidt, Alex Napper, and Maggie Halcomb. The percussion players were Britton Aldridge, Dennis Conkel, and Joey Brown. The trumpet players were Ethan Nelson and Sydney Carter. These students were playing "Up on the Housetop."
Rosemount Primary told the story "Melton the Warm Hearted Snowman." Their story began when Mama and Papa Snowman were celebrating the arrival of their new son. However, the doctor had some bad news for Mama and Papa Snowman. Their son was born with a warm heart. A warm-hearted snowman is the world's saddest thing. And so, Mama and Papa name their new son Melton. After all, it's expected he'll melt by spring with a warm heart. Who will have the solution to saving Melton?
The Rubyville Elementary told the story of "A Holiday to Remember." Gather 'round the holidays are here! The students asked the audience to join them as they took the crowd on a musical adventure and explore what makes the Christmas season so special. They hoped the audience left with a smile on their face and a song in their heart.
A special thank you goes out to all the Clay faculty and administration for ensuring that our Christmas program is both supported and successful. Also, thank you to Tiifany Moore and Jill and Jerry Knight for helping with props and Terri Boldman, Alan Leightenheimer, and Carl Keller for stage set up.
Rubyville Elementary held their third annual Spaghetti Dinner and Talent Show on Thursday, March 1, 2007, in the Clay High School gymnasium.
“Badger Dance” ... 6th Grade Girls
“Song”… Elel Andrews, vocalist
“Germs” … Jonathan Daniels, vocalist
“Strut” … Paris Oliver, vocalist/dancer
Rope Jumping … Lexie Thompson
“Go Tell It On The Mountain” … Jensen Warnock, Pianist
“Were All In This Together” … Taylor Neely, Vocalist/Dancer
Gymnastics … Abbie Harris & Shaylee Holbert
“Blue” … Kimberly Cox, Vocalist
“Talking Tuba” …Levi Nelson, pianist
Dance Routine … Sydney Carter, Morgan Delong, Hayley Ferguson, Courtney Poock, & Brieona Spears
Vocal Selection … Katie Slack
Guitar Selection …Jacob Rhoden
Dance Routine … Rachel Skeans & Mckenzie Whitley
Dance Routine …Jessica Conley, Bryson Hurt, Justin Jones, Autumn Lyons, & Dylan Taylor
Vocal Selection … Brittany Couchot
Instrumental Selection … Christian Hudson, Justin Jones, & Cody Lewis
Gymnastics Selection … Lindsay Gilliam
Dance Routine … Chastity Allen, Maddie Burton, Shelby Doyle, & Maggie Halcomb
Guitar Routine… Michael Schmidt
Dance Routine …Sara Brocato, Heather Malcom, & Emily Widdowson
Gymnastics… Chanan Brown, Jocee Hughes, & Payton Lykins
“We Bow Down” … Hannah Noel, Vocalist
We would like to thank everyone who helped to make this evening a success. You are greatly appreciated. The money raised and donated goes to help off set costs for the Rubyville trip to New York City.