Warnock Earned Girl Scout's Gold Award

Jensen Warnock, a senior at Clay High School and Ambassador Girl Scout in Troop 1190, recently earned her Gold Award.  The Gold Award is the highest and most prestigious achievement within Girls Scouts and it is the equivalent to the Eagle Scout Award.  It is the most difficult Girl Scout Award to earn – only 5% of eligible Girls Scouts successfully earn the Gold Award.

Girls identify a need in their community and resolve to make a plan to take action to address it.  Jensen’s project was entitled “Set to Win.”

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CHS Fall Formal (2018)

Clay High School Fall Formal


The Clay HS student council sponsored a fall formal on Saturday, November 17, 2018.

Panther Cards - First Nine Weeks - 2018-2019

Panther Cards - First Nine Weeks - 2018-2019



Panther Gold Cards

6th Grade

Justin Bennett, Chloe Cole, Eugene Collins, Alayna Fife, Mackenzie Hicks, Dawson James, Rylan Jenkins, Macyn Johnson, Tristan Large, Malachi Loper, Walter Queen, Luke Stine, Naydine Watson

7th Grade

Evan Balestra, Delaney Bowen, Mallory Cassidy, Abby Clausing, Hannah Felts, Olivia Howard, Megan King, Marissa Mogan, Delaney Staker, Marshall Thornton, Eric Wang


8th Grade

Lilyan Buckler, Marilyn Colley, Amadea Everman, Madison Jackson, Allyssa Maynard, Xzavier McClaskey, Abigail Scott, Angel Stump, Mallory Swords, Andrew Zuefle


9th Grade

Owen Atkins-Plumlee, Gavin Cayton, Christopher King, Frances Kleinman, Preslee Lutz, Kyleigh Oliver, Austin Smith, Kailey Ware


10th Grade

Megan Bazler, Andrew Brown, Emily Clausing, Clay Cottle, Jacob Eick, Jaden Jessee, Ethan Jones, Haley Knauff-Younce, Mekenzie Loper, Shaley Munion, Mackenzie Penn, Evan Woods


11th Grade

Jaelyn Warnock


12th Grade

Sydney Barney, Lila Brown, Elisa Collins, Ian Grimm, Hunter Mathias, Mason Newton, Hannah Pauley, Tyler Phillips, Madison Rogers, Abigale Ware, Jensen Warnock


Read more: Panther Cards - First Nine Weeks - 2018-2019

CMS Honors Assembly - First Grading Period (2018)

Clay High School Middle School Honor Assembly


Those honored during the assembly included 6th-grade perfect attendance, 7th-grade perfect attendance, 8th-grade perfect attendance, 6th-grade B avg. honor roll, 6th-grade A avg. honor roll, 6th-grade All-A honor roll, 7th-grade B avg. honor roll, 7th-grade A avg. honor roll, 7th-grade All-A honor roll, 8th-grade B avg. honor roll, 8th-grade A avg. honor roll, 8th-grade All-A honor roll, and most improved student award winners.

Clay Students Recognized

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Lila Brown.  Lila, a senior, was selected as Clay High School's DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) Award recipient.  She was nominated by the CHS staff and then selected by the senior class.  The award recognizes individuals who fulfill the qualities of honor, service, courage, leadership, and patriotism. Lila is the daughter of Erica & Jason Willis of Rosemount and Eric Brown of Hawai'i.

Clay Cottle, Dakota Dodds, Kyleigh Oliver, & Jaelyn Warnock were selected to attend the annual OHSAA Leadership Conference on October 2, 2018, on the campus of The Ohio State University. The theme for this year's conference was "Dare 2 Be Great."  Approximately 1,500 student-athletes from around the state attended the conference, the largest student conference of its kind in the nation. Harvey Alston, Craig Hillier, Harriet Turk, Brandon Ferbstein, and Stephen Bargatze led the speakers for the day on such topics as leadership, achievement, overcoming adversity, integrity, teamwork, and academic accountability.

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