• CHS Athletics - Administratiave Staff

    Steve Hutson, Athletic Director

    Steve Hutson currently serves as Clayton High School’s Athletic Director, a position he began at the start of the 2019-2020 school year. Prior to this role, Hutson spent one year as the department chair for the CHS P.E. and Health Department. He previously taught P.E. at Glenridge Elementary since 2004. Hutson was named the District's Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award recipient in 2017, and he has been a member of numerous committees during his time in the District, including the Equity Committees at Glenridge, CHS and for the District. Hutson has also been active in the CHS athletics program, serving as the assistant coach for the CHS Varsity Baseball Team from 2007-2019 and the head coach of the CHS Junior Varsity Baseball Team from 2004-2006. Hutson holds a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Webster University and a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Missouri – St. Louis. 

    T'Shon Young, Coordinator of Athletics and Activities

    T’Shon Young began serving as the Coordinator of Athletics and Activities during the 2019-2020 school year after joining the School District of Clayton family in the 2018-2019 school year, as the Student Activities Director. Prior to coming to the District, Young served as a field director with Greater St. Louis Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

    Young began her career as an elementary school teacher and high school head girls varsity volleyball coach in the Jennings School District. During her time in the Jennings School District, she was also an assistant girls basketball coach, and an assistant track and field coach at Trinity Catholic High School. Young also spent two seasons at Harris-Stowe State University as the women's head volleyball coach.

    Young holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education and a Master of Arts degree in Education Administration from Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri.

    Outside of school, Young enjoys co-directing and coaching with the Aces Volleyball Club. She also enjoys spending time with family, traveling and watching her husband coach basketball and their daughter play basketball. She is her #1 fan.

    Deb Dornfeld
    Debbie Dornfeld, Athletic Administrative Assistant 

    Debbie is beginning her 13th year in the athletic department at CHS. She was an incredibly mediocre yet highly spirited swimmer in high school who earned her only varsity letters as her high school's mascot. Deb brings 30+ years of experience in customer service and office management to CHS and absolutely loves working with high school athletes and coaches. Deb is the Gatekeeper for ALL FORMS at CHS and is vital to the department as she is the first person you see as you walk into the office. She coordinates forms, eligibility, bills, XC Invitational, CHS Golf Tournament, Marion Freeman Invitational and communication for the department. These are obviously only a few of her responsibilities, but her biggest asset to the department is her presence.

    As mentioned before, she is the first person you see when you walk in, and in a lot of ways she is the face of CHS Athletics. Deb is the point person for the department and can help answer/guide/direct any question you might have. Deb has also been featured in the GLOOB which is the spoof on the CHS Globe about eligibility cards. Please note: The GLOOB is a work of satire by The Globe staff.

    Deb holds a Master's Degree in Christian Education from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, a Master's Degree in History from University of Missouri-St. Louis, a Bachelor of Arts in History and Radio, TV, & Film from University of Missouri-Columbia, and a currently expired, yet highly treasured, Private Pilot’s License from the Federal Aviation Administration. (she really likes school, learning, and, let’s not kid, flying).