Clay Commencement Ceremonies 2019

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The Clay Local School District's 79th Commencement Exercises occurred at 3:00 PM on Sunday, May 26, 2019. The following 58 seniors participated in the ceremony:

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Skylar Cade Arits +*, Sophia Grace Balestra +#*, Aericah Sydney-Kaytelynn Barney +#*, Annabelle Juanita Bare, Jonathon Garret Beegan, Ryanna Paige Bobst +#*, Danny Ray Borders, Jr., Ashtyn Naomi-Noelle Brown +#*, Lila Mackenna Brown +#*, Elisa Marie Collins +#*, Jared Grayson Conkel, Chase Steven Conley, LaCyra June Craig, Abigail Elizabeth Deel, Kevin Gerald Deel, Cameron Nicole DeLotell +#*, Thomas Michael Earl Fleenor, Brandon James Fletcher, MaKayla Christine Fletcher, Zachary Garrett Fuller, Darby Jo Garrett +#*, Brandon Michael Gemperline, Calvin Woodrow Gerard #*, Delanie Hope Gilliland +#*, Ian Matthew Grimm, Christopher Aspen Hall ^, Austin Lee Hill, Jonathon Tyler Hobbs, Brandon Chase Hudson +, Chelsea Dianne Kleinman, Taylor Lee Lewis, Seth Allen Little, Julia Marie Lundy, Alexis Leann Martin **, Brookelyn Paige Martin, Hunter Matthew Mathias, Christopher Bradley McCleese, Kristin Marie Meadows, Isaiah Mullen, Alexandrya Musser +#*, Mason James Newton, Madison Aleix-Quinby Nigh ~+#*, Hannah Sue Oliver #, Hannah Elaine Pauley +, Haylynn Sue Pauley, Tyler James Phillips +#*, Christopher Allen Price-Hardy, Nicholas David Anthony Redden +, Garry Allen Reese III, Shaelyn Lee Robinson, Madison Helene Rogers, Zachary Steven Swayne, Gaven Nathaniel Traylor **#, Shaelyn Arin Vassar +#*, Abogale Rose Ware #, Jensen Mackenzie Warnock ~+#*, Cassidy Leigh Wells +#*, and Sarah Caroline Widdowson +#*

* CHS National Honor Society
** SCCTC National Honor Society
# Honors Diploma
+ Red Cross Leadership
~ Girl Scout Gold Award
^ 4-H Award

This graduating class has been offered approximately $600,000 in scholarship money.  The Clay Legacy Fund/Clay Alumni Association awareded $1,000 scholarships to 29 of the seniors. Over the last 17 years, $6+ million has been offered to Clay High School graduates. 

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