2008-2009 Clay Alumni Honors Harold Pack

Alumni Association Honors Harold Pack  

The Clay High School Alumni Association honored Harold Pack for his 30 year of teaching in the Clay school system.  Pack is a 1966 graduate of Clay High School.  He later graduated from Ohio University and secured his Master’s degree from Marshall University in Huntington, W.Va.  He completed postmaster classes at Ohio University, Marshall University, Rio Grande, and Miami University.  Pack has  received recognition for numerous accomplishments in the field of education.  Clay Alumni President Charles Leonard presented a plague to Pack recognizing him for his dedication and excellence as a teacher in the Clay Township school system. Leonard stated it is rare for a person to graduate from his high school and then return after college and spend his entire teaching career in the same school system. 

Source:  Shirley Conklin      

2008-2009 Alumni Recognize Stapleton

Clay Alumni Honors Casey Stapleton
The Clay High School Alumni Association honored Casey Stapleton, a 2008 Clay High School Graduate, at their recent annual banquet.  Ms. Stapleton was honored for being chosen the Clay High School representative for the Miss River Days pageant.  She went on to be chosen the 2007 Miss Portsmouth River Days Queen.  Clay Alumni President, Charles Leonard, presented Ms. Stapleton a plaque recognizing her for representing Clay in an exemplary manner.  Mr. Leonard commended Ms. Stapleton for the many ways she represented her school in academics, community service, and sports.  Casey was valedictorian of the 2008 clay graduating class.  Ms. Stapleton plans to attend Shawnee State University where she will pursue a degree in nursing.  

Source:  Shirley Conklin 

Clay Alumni Honor Leightenheimers

Dave and Jean Leightenheimer Honored for Years of Service
The Clay High School Alumni Association honored former Clay School faculty members Dave and Jean Leightenheimer at their recent Alumni banquet.  Mr. Leightenheimer taught 29 years in the Clay Local School District.  Mrs. Leightenheimer taught 19 years in the system as well.  Charles Leonard, President of the Clay Alumni Association, presented each of the Leightenheimers with a plaque recognizing their dedicated service to the Clay School District.  Mr. Leonard stated it is dedicated teachers like the Leightenheimers that has helped make the Clay School System the strong education force it is today.

Source:  Shirley Conklin

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