Parents/Community

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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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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Parent / Caregiver Climate Survey

Greetings, Following are instructions for taking an online survey that your child’s school is asking you to participate in. After reading the instructions, please select your school from the list and take the online survey. Thank you in advance. You are asked to complete an online survey about school climate —the learning and teaching/working conditions—…

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Math Field Day Winners

Congratulations to all students that were able to compete in the 2017 Hugh Boggs Math Field Day Competition. Following is a list of the place winners by grade and School. Please see the pictures on the Home Page. 4th grade: 1st Place – Brianna Adkins CES 2nd Place – Mikey Murphy BOES 2nd Place – Ayden…

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Helping Children Learn Newsletters

Helping Children Learn Newsletter ( Early Childhood Edition) Helping Children Learn Newsletter (Elementary Edition) Helping Children Learn Newsletter (Middle School) Helping Children Learn Newsletter (High School Edition)

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