Seniors, getting vaccinations while you are still in school can get you caught up on your shots before going to college, getting a job, or traveling abroad. Check with your healthcare provider or local health department to see if you are up to date on the recommended vaccines. The Department of Health in Clay County offers free immunizations for students through age 18. For more information call 904-529-2800.
The Buick Drive For Your Students Event is giving Clay High a chance to earn up to $10,000 for the school. Please come join us on May 9th from 8am to 2pm in front of the Clay High Cafeteria, and test drive a Buick. We need 500 test drives, and Buick will donate $10,000!!!
Contact the Athletic Director, Coach Stilianou if you have further questions!
There will be a cheer try-outs meeting held April 21 at 6:00 in the media center.
A parent guardian must be in attendance for you to try-out.
Thank you and hope to see you there!
All incoming 9th graders and returning players/parents are invited.
Tuesday, April 14th, 2015
Clay High Cafeteria
The Official Clay High Football Webpage link is below:
Please place the 2014-2015 ESE Parent Survey link (http://www.esesurvey.com) on your school website. The survey will be available online through May 31, 2015. The survey is open to all parents of children with an Individual Education Plan (IEP) receiving ESE services from preschool age through grade 12. In addition to the online survey, FDOE sent pre-gridded surveys that include a self-addressed, postage-paid envelope to be distributed to all parents of ESE students who were reported during Survey 2 of this school year. FDOE has assured us that there is a system in place to void one survey if the parent completes both an online and paper survey. This survey is not intended for parents of students receiving only gifted services through an Educational Plan (EP).
In order to comply with state expectations regarding the 2015 ESE Parent Survey, ESE Specialists are in the process of asking your ESE teams at each school to:
· Identify parents who are genuinely pleased with their child’s education
· Target a minimum of 2 surveys per ESE teacher with a minimum of 10 families per school
· Encourage teachers to sit with parents to provide clarity to the survey statements in hopes of a “strongly agree” perception
· Distribute pre-gridded survey for every student reported in Survey 2.