• Promoting Healthy Living, Community Pride and a Greener Clayton


    The Second Annual Go Green Clayton 5K

    Over 400 people ran in the second annual Go Green Clayton 5K on May 6. The School District of Clayton, Clayton High School Green Club and the Clayton Century Foundation were proud to collaborate in leading the fun, family-oriented event to promote healthy living, community pride and a greener Clayton. View the race results.
    SUNDAY, MAY 6, 2012
    5K RUN/WALK AT 8:30 A.M.
    FUN RUN AT 9:30 A.M.

    Presented By:
    The School District of Clayton Health & P.E. Department
    The CHS Green Club
    The Clayton Century Foundation

    Thank You To Our Generous Sponsors:

    Center of Clayton
    S.M. Wilson
     Dawson Logistics
    Baily's Chocolate Bar
    Bridge Tap House
    Metro Metal Recyclers   What-a-ya Nuts?!  GCC Club Fitness  
     St. Louis Julep  Simons   

    Go Green Clayton 5K Run/Walk Partners

    DistrictThe School District of Clayton Health and Physical Education Department includes all health and physical educators who collaborate to provide high-quality learning experiences. All learners will have the opportunities to experience success and growth that will help each develop high levels of personal meaning, health and well-being and an appropriate basis for developing a healthy lifestyle.

    Green ClubThe CHS Green Club was founded by Jack Altman in 2007. Margaret Mulligan and Sarah Tait are the current co-presidents. The club started out small, but has grown over the years with increasing opportunities to help the environment. Club members of every high school class have been involved in activities like nature clean-ups, recycling at Cardinals games and a shoe drive to donate and recycle old shoes. We believe any way to help the environment is significant, from encouraging students to turn their bedroom lights off to donating to a greater cause.

    CCFThe Clayton Century Foundation gains inspiration and momentum from the upcoming Centennial of the City, but its vision will propel the organization to create lasting and meaningful quality of life initiatives for the enjoyment of generations to come within the region and beyond.

    Proceeds from the event benefited the
    CHS Green Club, School District of Clayton Physical Education Department and the Clayton Century Foundation.

    To learn more about the Go Green Clayton 5K,
    contact Nicole Miller at (314) 854-6223 or nicolemiller@claytonschools.net.