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Parent Involvement Policies

Please select the links below to access the Parent Involvement Policies for Clay County Schools. Clay County Schools Parent Involvement Policy Website intro Approved LEA PI Policy for CCS  

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Clay TSA Does it Again!

Clay TSA Does It Again! On June 19, forty-three students from Clay County High School and Clay County Middle School, along with their advisors Mrs. Leslie Goe, Ms. Jessica Ramsey and their chaperones, boarded a bus bound for Orlando, Florida and the National Technology Student Association Conference.  The students competed against 8,000 students from all…

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Trevor Armes wins second title

Congratulations to Trevor Armes for winning his second WVSSAC 400 meter State Championship. Trevor finished with a time of 48.83, less than 1 second ahead of 2nd place finisher Hayden O’Dell of Winfield. Trevor Armes runs for 400m title Trevor Armes – WCSSAC 400 meter champion Photos contributed by Allen Hamrick

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Clay County Schools Parent Involvement Policy

The Clay County Board of Education adopted our parent involvement policy on August 21, 2006. The goal of the policy is to increase the participation of parents in regular, two-way, and meaningful communication involving student academic learning and other school activities which include ensuring that: Parents play an integral role in assisting their child’s learning.…

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Parents Right to Know

Please select the following link for important information regarding parents rights to request information regarding the qualifications of teachers. Parents Right to Know  

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Parchment Exchange

Parchment Exchange is  a service designed to make ordering transcripts easier for you. This service is efficient for both you and your school because it will deliver your transcripts directly to the colleges that you choose and in the format that they prefer. Select Parchment Exchange in order to register / log in to this…

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2017 Golden Horseshoe Winners

Congratulations to the Clay County Middle School Golden Horseshoe winners. Pictured left to right is Tanner Faulkner, Caleb Atha, and Kynika Bloom. Golden Horseshoe Winners with Delegate Hanshaw.

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TSA State Competition

2017 TSA State Competition Defining Your Future On March 30, Clay Middle School and Clay High School Technology Students Association (TSA) teams traveled to Cedar Lakes for the state competition.  Led by advisors, Leslie Goe and Jessica Ramsey, forty-two middle school students and thirty-one high school students headed toward victory. Clay County Middle captured fourteen…

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