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 PANTHER HAPPENINGS 

2021 SUMMER SCHOOL - DRIVER EDUCATION

Anyone interested in taking Driver Education class at CCHS this summer from June 14th - July 22 you must sign up by Wednesday, June 9th. To be eligible, you must be 16 years of age prior to June 14, 2021. Only 10 total spots are available. To sign up you may stop by the office or call CCHS at (304) 587-4226 or Dr. Michelle Samples at (304) 587-4694.

  • May 27th

    Graduation (6:00 p.m., Bradley Field)

  • May 31st

    Memorial Day recognized - NO SCHOOL

  • June 1st

    Last Day for Students

  • August 17

    Teachers Return to Classrooms

  • August 23rd

    Students return to CCHS - 1st Day of School

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

VIRTUAL

Brooklyn Brown

Brooklyn Brown

The Clay County High School virtual student of the month for May is Brooklyn Brown.  Brooklyn is the 16-year-old daughter of Paul and Carol Brown.  She is currently a sophomore at Clay High. In her free time, Brooklyn likes to draw and ride her bike.  Brooklyn’s favorite subject in school is entrepreneurship because it lets her understand what she needs to prepare for her future business.  After high school, she plans to become a cosmetologist.

IN-PERSON

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Erin Mullins

The Clay County High School in-person student of the month this month is Erin Mullins.  Erin is the 18-year-old daughter of Jeff and Cindy Mullins.  She is currently a senior at Clay High.  Her favorite subject in school is English because she has always enjoyed reading.  In her free time, Erin enjoys being with friends and family, reading, going to concerts, and cheerleading. After high school, Erin plans to attend West Virginia State University to complete a nursing degree.

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Above: Clay County High School met together on Bradley Field to honor Roane County High School Senior Alex Miller who lost his life during a football game on Friday, September 13, 2019. Panther students, faculty, and staff, stood in the shape of Miller’s number 80 adorning their maroon, black, and silver. Heartache has no boundaries of county lines. He will never be forgotten.

STAFF

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Administration

Gibson, Crystal - Principal

Kearns, Mike- Associate/Assistant Principal

Morris, Robert - Associate/Assistant Principal

Secretaries

Elliott, Dee - Secretary

Holcomb, Vickie - Secretary

Counselors

Osburn, Leslie – Counselor

Duffield, Kelly – Psychologist

Aides

Holcomb, Denise- Aide

Belt, Dawn- Aide

Shafer, Teresa- Aide

Cooks

Childers, Dorothy

Barss, Becky

Coleman, Jennifer

Norton, Tiffany

Custodians

Drake, Mike

Nichols, Juanita

Ramsey, Charles

Runion, Jesse

Knopp, Gregory - Homeless Liaison/Transition Specialist

Arnold, Lisa - Communities in Schools Site Coordinator

Technology Specialist

Krauklis, Jeff

Athletic Director

Ramsey, Mary

Future Leaders Program Coordinators

Armes, Wesley

Legg, Chris

 

Teachers

Burdette, Casey

Burkhammer, Logan

Connard, Taylor

Corwell, Trey

Dancy, Luella

Detamore, Jessica

Dobbins, Philip

Dolly, Brittany

Dolly, Morgan

Dorsey, Adam

Fitzwater, Christy

Gibson, Scott

Greenlee, Julie

Hanshaw, Kirsten

Holcomb, Brian

Hubbard, Melody

Hubbard, Rena'

Huffman, Carrie

Krajeski, Shawn

McFarland, Kelsey

Miller, Joy

Nichols, Jason

Parker, Katelin

Pennington, Tasha

Proctor, Daniel

Shelton, Amanda

Starcher, Jr., Ronald

Stricker, Matt

Tanner, Allen

Tanner, Tara

Walker, Angie