Clay ES Honor Roll Assembly

Clay Elementary held its second nine weeks' honor roll assembly on January 26, 2017.  Students in grades K-1 were honored for Excellent Achievement, Outstanding Achievement, and Honorable Achievement.  Students in grades 2-5 were honored for All-As, A average, B average, Caught Being Good, Good Discipline, and Super Improvers.

Clay ES Spelling Bee 2016-17

The Clay Elementary Spelling Bee was held on Tuesday, January 10, 2017.  Contestants from 4th and 5th grade were Kenny Fowler, Marcus Lunsford, Macyn Johnson, Mikayla Conley, Megan King, Nicki Fyffe, Nickolai Lagandaon, and Alayna Fife.  

The CES Runner-up was Nickolai Lagandaon.  The winner was Nicki Fyffe. 

Thanks to Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. White, and Mrs. Smith for judging the Spelling Bee and to Mr. Williams for coordinating and pronouncing words for the spelling bee.

Congratulations, Mrs. Strickland

Congratulations to Mrs. Strickland, CES third grade, for winning “Teacher of the Month” for November 2016 from "The Pulse" 98.3 FM radio station. 

In order to win the "Teacher of the Month" award, students, parents, and/or others go to the radio's web page and vote. The teacher with the most entries for the month wins the award.

She was given this recognition of achievement on December 8 by Chris Smith from "The Pulse."

Steven's Power Pack Program







Mark and Virgie Hunter, founders of the Steven's Power Pack Program, purchased blankets and candy bars for our thirty elementary students who participate in the program on Friday, December 16, 2016.  Mark and Virgie purchased over 800 blankets and candy bars for Steven's Power Pack participants all over Scioto County.  Mark Hunter is a Clay alumnus.

Clay Elementary Fall Fundraiser - 2016

The Clay Elementary Annual Fall Sales Fundraiser raised approximately $10,000 for our school by selling cookie dough to help buy supplies, awards, and party supplies; promote field trips; support the accelerated reader (AR) program, and allow the students to attend selected movies. 

Students who sold at least ten (10) items participated in the pig races on Dec. 1.  The top seller was Zeth Wentz.  He received a $100 Wal-Mart gift card for his effort. The Pig Race overall winner was Noah Steele. He won a $50 Wal-Mart gift card.        

Students selling twenty (20) or more items earned a limo ride and lunch.  Students selling thirty (30) or more items earned a limo ride, lunch, and could also invite a friend to ride in the limo with them.


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