CES Helps St. Jude's Hospital

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Thanks to all the Clay students who participated in the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Math-a-thon!  Our small school turned in a BIG donation of $7,587.00 (a total of 189 participants). 
 
All the students who participated in the event will attend a trip to Earl Thomas Conley Park for lunch and recreation time on Wednesday, May 16.
 
Way to go, CES students!
 

Fourth Grade: From Egg to Chick

Mrs. White's fourth-grade students recently completed a project called "From Egg to Chick." The fourth graders had several fertilized eggs warming in an incubator for 21 days, and over the last couple of days, they now have 16 little chicks. PHOTO ALBUM

  

CES Character Education Assembly

Garry Boothe's annual visit to Clay Elementary School on Thursday, March 22, 2018, presented a Character Education Program using magic and balloons.  Students learned about the pillars of character.  These pillars include respect, responsibility, caring, citizenship, and kindness.  Also, with the Character Education Program students learned about the dangers of drugs and telling adults if you encounter a bully.

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Clay Pres-School Information (2018-19)

Clay Pre-School Handbook 2018-19

Clay Pre-School Welcome Packet

 Additional information regarding the Clay Pre-School may be obtained by calling the Clay Local School District (740-354-6644) and asking for Mrs. Knauff, the Clay Pre-school Coordinator.

CES Valentine's Social Studies Project

Mrs. Strickland's third-grade, social studies class recently completed a project--"Hearts Around the World." In fact, the project was opened up for the entire elementary building for participation.

The students received multiple Valentine's from all 50 of the U.S. states as well as numerous countries around the world. Students placed heart stickers on the U.S. map and world map as they received cards to document from what location the cards came. The project exposed students to learn more about the United States and the world at large. People took time to write facts about their state, send photos, postcards, candy, gifts, and personal pictures of themselves with their Valentine. A few schools even sent whole class Valentine's as well. On Valentine's Day, the students received a video message from a Staff  Sargent stationed in Afghanistan.

Daily Times article.

This project exceeded Mrs. Strickland's greatest expectations!

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