2015-16 Panther Cards (Fourth Nine Weeks)

 Panther Card Requirements

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Gold Card
Liam Garrison, Bailey Howard, Preslee Lutz, Kailey Ware, Andrew Brown, Clay Cottle, Regan Fyffe, Jaden Jessee, Mekenzie Loper, Mackenzie Penn, Taeghan Redoutey, Elias Robson, Noah Wright, Evan Woods, Noah Downs, Kelsey Fowler, Caleb McNutt, Caitlyn Suttles,Jaelyn Warnock, Jacob Whitley, Sophia Balestra, Sydney Barney, Ashtyn Brown, Lila Brown, Elisa Collins, LaCyra Craig, Cameron DeLotell, Darby Garrett, Calvin Gerard, Delanie Gilliland, Taylor Lewis, Alex Musser, Madison Nigh, Hannah Oliver, Gaven Traylor, Shaelyn Vassar, Jensen Warnock, Sarah Widdowson, Cassidy Wells, Hunnter Adams,Hunter Armstrong, Alicia Bobst, Grant Cayton, Keith Cottle, Lane Downey, Bethany Flannery, Katelyn Hoover, Savannah Moore, Abigail Osborn, Regan Osborn,Sydney Osborn, Julia Swain, Jacob Wellman, Samantha Willis, Cole Gilliland, Grant Hempill , Ava McCleese
 
Blue Card
Brayden Jenkins, Jacob Eick, Taylor Entler, James Prater, Damien Wallace, Haylee Brady, Bailey Brooks, Angelina Hartley, Jared Conkel, Chase Hudson, Hunter Mathias, Bradley McCleese, Abigale Ware, Nicole Engle, William Garrision, Jordan Little, Shannon Copeland, Akyah Downey, Angel Lindamood, Ethan Newton, Brody Riffe, Lynlee Wells
 
White Card
Kathryn Cochran, James Marsh, Jaedon Mustain Claire Sanford, Christopher Price-Hardy 

McCleese Honored with Math Award

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Congratulations, Ava McCleese!

Ava McCleese was selected by Clay High School to receive the Honda-OSU Math Medal Award for the Class of 2017.  Her selection was based on academic performance in mathematics through the end of her junior year.  High school seniors in Southwest Ohio have received this award annually since 2008 from the Honda-OSU Partnership.  

The Honda-OSU Partnership is an academic-industry partnership that supports programs in education, research, and public service that positively impact the transportation industry.  Besides the medal, those honored will receive a gift card and have the opportunity to apply for a $3,000 scholarship at OSU College of Engineering.

Ava will receive her award at a ceremony scheduled for Saturday, October 29, at GE Aviation in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Other Clay HS recipients include Kyle Pollard (2010), Andrew White (2012), Sierra Weber (2013), Alex Napper (2014), Aaron Phipps (2015), and Danielle Everman (2016).

 

End of the Year Awards, 2016

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(Row 1 from L to R) Mckenzie Cartee, Shaylee Holbert, Danielle Everman, Mekayla Osborne (Row 2) Abbie Harris, Jimmy Madden, Aaron Keyser, Aidan Hicks, Bailey Hartlage (Row 3) Jessamyn Collier, Katie Marsh, Rachel Cooper, Tressa Carter, Jessika Hall, Madisen Fuller (Row 4) Tyler Knittel, Madison Bower, Savannah Brown, Samra Sarajlic, Olivia Phipps, Gabby Hickman, Levi Nelson (Back Row) Clay Alumni Board Member - Judy Caseman

Clay Legacy Scholarships ($1,000 each) will be given out to twenty-four (24) Clay seniors.  

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8th Grade Boy - Caleb McNutt
8th Grade Girl - Nicole Piccolo

7th Grade Boy - Andrew Brown
7th Grade Girl - Emily Clausing
 
6th Grade Boy - Gavin Cayton
6th Grade Girl - Bailey Howard
 

2015-16 Accelerated Reader Awards

Clay Middle School Top AR Point

Emily Clausing (662.9 pts.)

Clay MS Goal (4 of 4) Drawing winners
Ashley Hurt, Bobby Deal, Victoria Fleming, Liam Garrison, & Caitlyn Suttles

Clay High School Top AR
Jordon Little (286.9 pts.)

Clay HS Goal (4 of 4) Drawing winners
Hunnter Adams, Sophia Balestra, Grant Cayton, Caleb Cline, & Hannah Oliver

 

Cottle, Clay's HOBY Representative

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Congratulations, Keith Cottle.  Keith, a sophomore at Clay High School, was nominated by the school's staff and selected by the sophomore class as the 2015-2016 Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Award winner.  Keith represented Clay High School at the H.O.B.Y. Leadership Conference.  Sophomores from across the state attended the HOBY Leadership seminar at Denison University in Columbus.    

HOBY is designed to honor some of America's most outstanding students and further develop their leadership skills. HOBY leadership seminars bring together a select group of high school sophomores to interact with distinguished leaders in business, government, education, and other professions to discuss present and future issues. The goal is to provide them with a stimulating forum for learning about the American incentive system and the democratic process while broadening their understanding of their leadership potential and the quest for self-development.

Keith is the son of Marc and Jennifer Cottle.

Celebration: What does it mean to be Clay Panthers?

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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.

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