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January 23rd

Family Reunion Day

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January 25th

Country vs Country Club Day

January 26th

Blue and Gold Day

January 27th

Pajama Day

February 3rd

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CCHS Advance Placement Government & Politics Class Wins State Championship in the "We the People" Competition for the 9th Consecutive Year Congratulations to the West Virginia State "We the People" Champions. Clay County High School's Advance Placement Government & Politics class, taught by Mr. Philip Dobbins and coached by Mr. Mike Mullins, competed at the Robert C. Byrd Federal District Courthouse on December 14, 2022, in the “We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution” State Competition. This is a competition where students demonstrate their knowledge of the Constitution and current issues in mock congressional style hearings. Each school participating must divide its classes into six teams. These six teams prepare a four minute verbal response to a constitutional question and then are asked follow up questions by a panel of three judges for six minutes. Teams are scored on their knowledge of the Constitution and their ability to apply the concepts to their everyday lives as Americans.

This year’s Advanced Placement Government and Politics class is made up of sophomores, juniors, and seniors with strong interests in the United States Constitution and the innerworkings of national, state, and local governments. These students are eager to discuss controversial issues and are well adept at taking and defending their positions among peers as well as judges at district and state competitions. These students illustrate that hard work and dedication pay off. Classes can have individual unit winners and overall class winners. Clay County High School won six out of six individual unit championships and won the overall class state championship, defeating the champions from congressional district one, Robert C. Byrd High School, and wildcard, Woodrow Wilson High School. By winning the state championship, Clay County High School has earned a spot in the National Finals in Washington D.C. in April of this year. Holt Dawson, Sawyer Dobbins and Trey Lindenthal were also recognized by the judges as outstanding performers in their respective units. Members of the class are Elijah Armes, Earle Boggs, Isaac Brown, Christina Brown, Gracey Champ, Holt Dawson, Caden Delwarte, Sawyer Dobbins, Hunter Evans, Alexis Gilliland, Gabrielle Jackson, Trey Lindenthal, Dylan McCumbers, Ethan Morris, Joshua Walker, Kirsten Woods, Elizabeth Young and Madison Paxton, “We the People” alum, served as timekeeper for this year’s team.

Jonah Moore

Jonah Moore

The Clay County High School Communities In Schools student of the month for December is Jonah Moore. Jonah is the 15-year-old son of Joey Moore and Sabrina Adkins, and he is currently a freshman at CCHS. Jonah’s favorite subject in school this year is history, because he thinks that the past is, “Like rad!” In his free time, Jonah likes to play video games, draw, and sleep. Jonah is unsure, at this point, about what he plans to do after high school.

Kamryn Moore

Kamryn Moore

The Clay County High School student of the month for December is Kamryn Moore. Kamryn is the 16-year-old daughter of Mark and Tiffany Moore, and she is currently a junior at CCHS. Kamryn’s favorite subjects in school this year are art and anatomy. She likes art because it allows her to be creative, and she likes anatomy because she enjoys science and learning how are bodies work. In her spare time, Kamryn enjoys reading, painting, and playing video games. After high school, Kamryn plans to go to college for graphic design.

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Administration

Tanner, Allen - Principal

Nichols, Angela- Associate/Assistant Principal

Morris, Robert - Associate/Assistant Principal/CTE Director

Secretaries

Holcomb, Vickie - Secretary

Jackson, Amanda - Secretary

Counselors

Osburn, Leslie – Counselor

Corwell, Sabrina - Counselor

Therapist

Rosette, Paulette

Aides

Holcomb, Denise- Aide

Varney, Karen - Aide

Shafer, Teresa- Aide

School Nurse

Moore, Jenny

Cooks

Nutter, Jennifer - Café Manager

Brady, Jennie

Norton, Tiffany

Custodians

Drake, Mike

Ramsey, Charles

Runion, Jesse

Sears, Jamie

Technology Specialist

Krauklis, Jeff

Athletic Director

Dobbins, Philip

Future Leaders Program Coordinators

Armes, Wesley

Resources

Knopp, Gregory - Homeless Liaison/Transition Specialist

Arnold, Lisa - Communities in Schools Site Coordinator

Teachers

Bragg, Jennifer

Burdette, Casey

Burkhammer, Logan

Corwell, Trey

Dancy, Luella

Detamore, Jessica

Dobbins, Philip

Dolly, Brittany

Fitzwater, Christy

Gibson, Scott

Greenlee, Julie

Hacker, Morgan

Hanshaw, Kirsten

Hubbard, Melody

Johnson, Chris

Krajeski, Shawn

Lewis, McKenzie

McFarland, Kelsey

Miller, Joy

Nichols, Jason

Parker, Katelin

Paxton, Jamie

Pennington, Tasha

Scott, Taylor Connard

Shelton, Amanda

Starcher, Jr., Ronald

Stricker, Matt

Tanner, Jamie

Tanner, Kenneth

Tanner, Tara

Walker, Angie

Walker, Dwayne