Panther Gold Cards - First Nine Weeks 2015-2016
Danielle Everman, Gabby Hickman, Shaylee Holbert, James Madden, Levi Nelson, Mekayla Osborne, Cole Gilliland, Christina Harries, Grant Hempill, Cameron King, Ava McCleese, Ethan Newton, Brody Riffe, Alaina Stowers, Lynlee Wells, Hunter Armstrong, Alicia Bobst, Grant Cayton, Keith Cottle, Lane Downey, Bethany Flannery, Ryan Hinch, Savannah Moore, Abigal Osborn, Regan Osborn, Sydney Osborn, Aashish Vamsani, Jacob Wellman, Jensen Warnock, Sarah Widdowson, Cassidy Wells, Skylar Artis, Sophia Balestra, Sydney Barney, Ashtyn Brown, Lila Brown, Elisa Collins, Cameron DeLotell, Delanie Gilliland, Ian Grimm, Alex Musser, Madison Nigh, Hannah Oliver, Tyler Phillips, Shaelyn Vassar, Alyssa Piccolo, Ethan Sanford, Andrew Brown, Emily Clausing, Clay Cottle, Jacob Eick, Regan Fyffe, Levi Hamilton, Jaden Jessee, Haley Knauff-Yonce, James Prater, Taeghan Reduoutey, Elias Robson,Gavin Cayton, Liam Garrison, Bailey Howard, Caitlyn Hurt, Preslee Lutz, Kyleigh Oliver
All A’s – Liam Garrison
A Average - Gavin Cayton, Bailey Howard, Mitchell King, Frances Kleinman, Preslee Lutz, Kyleigh Oliver
B Average - Hailey Arnett, Carter Cole, Bobby Deal, Corey Demorest, Jacy Gearheart, Caitlyn Hurt, Brayden Jenkins, Jordan Mathias, Autumn Payton, Austin Smith, Mariah Smith, Kailey Ware
Please help students traveling to Spain raise funds by purchasing a Little Caesar's pizza kit.
Order online at the following link:
using Fundraiser ID #: 307671.
Or you may contact Mrs.Cayton at (740) 354-6644, ext. 202, or
Items will be available for pick-up November 18.
Thank you for your support!
The Clay Middle School and High School Science Fair will be held on Tuesday, December 1, 2015. Projects will be judged in Mr. Colley's room. Judging will start after school and last until about 4:30 p.m.
Congratulations to the Clay High School community for, once again, being honored by Newsweek as one of America’s Top High Schools.
There were only 1,000 schools nationwide who received the honor. There are two ways to be identified on the list by Newsweek. One is to be an overall Top School. The second is to be one of the “Schools Who Beat the Odds.” There were only 43 schools in Ohio to be recognized in this category.
Newsweek’s “Beating the Odds” list seeks to identify schools that do an excellent job of preparing their students for college while also overcoming the obstacles posed by students at an economic disadvantage.
Clay High School is so very proud to be 9th on this list and 129th overall in the country. We are very proud of our students, teachers, and community for receiving this honor.
Link to the article http://www.newsweek.com/high-