Thanks to a grant from the Clayton Education Foundation, Family Center and CHS students collaboratively worked throughout the school year to design a new treehouse play space, which officially opened on May 14. Click on the headline to learn more and view photos.
Family Center students, parents and staff enjoyed the weather on Monday, May 6, with a sweet treat at the annual Ice Cream Social. Click on the headline to view photos.
To connect with the students and staff at CHS, the Family Center students created a mailbox for the hallway outside of their classroom suite at CHS. Click on the headline to learn more and view photos.
Thank you, Clayton voters, for approving Proposition E! The ballot measure passed with 64.2 percent of the votes cast in the April 2, 2019, election. The community's support of Proposition E will have a lasting impact on our schools and our students by providing the needed funding for the District to maintain and strengthen its academic excellence and fiscal stability.
The School District of Clayton is one of three districts in the state to earn the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Click on the headline to learn more.
For more than 25 years, the Family Center's Stay, Play and Learn program has provided a safe space for young families to share their joys, seek support in their challenges and make lasting connections with other families - all while their children learn and grow through play. Click on the headline to learn more.
Click on the headline to review helpful handouts distributed to 2019-2020 kindergarten parents at the District's annual Kindergarten on the Horizon held in February.
Join the District for its second annual Parent Speaker Series! This year's Speaker Series lineup will build on the learning that took place last year with several informative, thought-provoking presentations. Click on the headline to learn more and register to attend.
At the School District of Clayton’s Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, April 11, the Board unanimously approved a resolution declaring their support for sensible gun safety legislation and their opposition to efforts to arm educators. Click the headline to read the resolution.
The School District of Clayton’s Board of Education approved the 2017 tax rate at its Sept. 27 meeting. The residential rate will decrease from $3.8423 to $3.6494, while the commercial rate will fall from $4.3583 to $4.1682. Click the headline to learn more.
The School District of Clayton has been ranked as the fourth best school district in the nation for the second consecutive year on Niche K-12's 2018 rankings, in addition to top state rankings for each of its schools. Click on the headline to learn more.
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Winter has officially arrived, and that means cold temperatures and even colder wind chills. Click on the headline for a few tips to consider as you prepare your children for school, particularly on those cold winter mornings.
Cold and flu season is here. Please consult with your child’s physician to find out when flu shots will be available for your family. Students with chronic health conditions, including asthma, and those who are immunocompromised are highly encouraged to obtain a flu shot early. Click on the headline for more information about protecting your family this flu season.
The Green Room at the Family Center was filled with fun activities on Thursday, May 27. Students enjoyed playing in the classroom’s kitchen, reading books and inspecting the classroom using magnifying glasses. Click on the headline to view photos.
Students in the Yellow Room at the Family Center spent time reading and sharing stories with their classmates on Monday, May 5. They also painted at the classroom’s easels, built with blocks and made cards and other art projects. Click on the headline to view photos.