Student Council Officers
President: Alaina Stowers
Vice-President: Ethan Newton
Secretary: Brody Riffe
Treasurer: Cole Gilliland
Advisor: Mrs. Cayton
The junior high and high school students recently held an assembly (Monday, May 16, 2016) centering on “What it means to be Clay Panthers.” This program looks at character words beginning with each letter of “Clay Panthers.” A weeklong emphasis is placed on each character word with students receiving tickets when selected by a staff member for exhibiting great behavior. The goal of the program is to encourage positive, character education while acknowledging the great attributes already possessed by the Clay student body.
The following students were drawn as winners at the recent assembly: Beats – Sami Willis, Beats – Ashtyn Brown, Beats – Grant Cayton, Beats – Buddy Boggs, iPod Nano – Skylar Artis, and iPod Nano – Abbie Osborne.
“What does it mean to be Clay Panthers?”
This question was presented to students in the Clay Local School District before the break. Each grade was given one of the letters from “Clay Panthers” and asked to select a word that answered the question. We are proud to present what our students have developed along with the grade level that provided the excellent word.
C – Caring (Kindergarten & 1st grade)
L – Leaders (2nd grade)
A – Ambitious (3rd grade)
Y – Youthful (4th grade)
P – Positive (5th grade)
A – Accepting (6th grade)
N – Noble (7th grade)
T – Tenacious (8th grade)
H – Honorable (9th grade)
E – Empowered (10th grade)
R – Resilient (11th grade)
S – Selfless (12th grade)
Each week, all of our students will focus on the weekly word and try to fulfill “What it means to be Clay Panthers.”
Want to see certain pictures in the school yearbook? Do you have a knack for taking pictures? Think certain groups or teams need more coverage?
New for the 2015-2016 school year, Clay has added more online options for parents, guardians, and students to manage their accounts and payments. Parents, guardians, and students can now:
- Check their cafe balance online.
- See past cafe transaction history online.
- Add funds to cafe accounts online*
- Pay classroom fees online.*
- Pay class dues online.*
- Pay for other fees, trips, etc. online.*
- Complete free and reduced lunch applications online.
The links are conveniently located on the main Clay page (http://clay.k12.oh.us) under "Parent/Student" at the top. The student's name and student number are required to view or make changes. Students in grades 2-12 already have their numbers memorized. We will also be sending home a paper notification with student numbers on Monday September 28.
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.