FIRE PREVENTION WEEK

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Fire Prevention Week was October 7-11.  This year's Fire Prevention Poster Contest Theme was  "Not Every Hero Wears a Cape - Plan  and Practice Your Escape!"  Awards were given in each grade level for Third Place, Second Place, and First Place.  An Overall Winner was also given in grades K-2 and grades 3-5. The Overall Winners' Posters will advance to the State for judging in the State Fire Prevention Poster Contest.  Rosemount and Rubyville Firemen spent the day at Clay Elementary going room to room to discuss Fire Safety and Prevention.  Rosemount Firemen are Kyle McCain, Drew Oliver, Hunter Armstrong, and Race Oberling.  Rubyville Firemen are Gabe Miller and Luke Rodbell.  Clay Elementary students and staff thank these firemen for teaching us Fire Safety and Prevention, providing Poster Contest awards, and volunteering their time with us!

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VOLLEY FOR THE CURE

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The Clay junior high and high school volleyball teams sponsored a "Volley for the Cure" match on October 1 with proceeds donated to the Geralyn White Memorial Scholarship Fund and the SOMC Cancer Center Compassion Fund. 

Elementary students had a coloring contest to decorate the gymnasium and the winners are pictured with the volleyball team.

The Volley for the Cure activities at the volleyball match v. Western included a bake sale, serving to a spot game, a raffle for prizes, and split the pot ($600). Shirt sales raised $1,000.

Proceeds go to SOMC Compassion Fund and to the Geralyn White Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Thanks to everyone for the generous support!

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PANTHERS SUPPORT THE NORTHWEST COMMUNITY

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SEPTEMBER 27, 2019

Red, White, and Blue could be seen throughout the day as our students, even the preschoolers, wore Mohawk colors to show their support of the Northwest community in mourning the loss of a 4th grade student. Thursday our school community brought in $1,600 for Red, White, & Blue Day! A donor matched the first $1,000. We will be sending $2,600 to Northwest in support of the family of Chase Rowe.

Proud of our Panthers!

 

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