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  Mackinzie Fall, daughter of Kevin and Tracey Fall has been named the Valedictorian of the Clayton High School Class of 2017. Mackinzie has been involved in many activities throughout high school. Mackinzie has participated in volleyball, basketball, and softball. In volleyball, Mackinzie has been a four-year letter winner and captain for two years. She received one Honorable Mention award and one All-Conference award. Mackinzie was part of four Conference Championship volleyball teams, four state qualifier teams, and was state runner-up two of the four years. Mackinzie has also been a four-year letter winner in basketball and a captain for two years. She has been awarded two All-Conference awards. She has been a part of two Conference Championship basketball teams, and was on a state qualifying team. In softball, Mackinzie has been a four-year letter winner, and has received one Honorable Mention award and one All-Conference award. Mackinzie has also participated in many other extra-curricular activities. These activities include Kinship, National Junior Honor Society, National Honor Society, Student Tutor, Yearbook Staff, and Strive. Outside of school, Mackinzie enjoys spending time with family and friends and spending time outdoors. Next year, Mackinzie plans to attend The University of Wisconsin La Crosse to major in Exercise and Sport Science. Then she plans to continue her education at graduate school for Occupational Therapy.

  Gabrielle Lien, daughter of James and Lisa Lien, has been named the Salutatorian of the Clayton High School class of 2017. Gabrielle has been involved in many athletic and extracurricular activities throughout high school, so far earning eight state level medals. Gabrielle began her high school athletics with three years of football cheerleading and two years of wrestling cheerleading, leading as a co-captain in both. In her junior year track season she earned All-Conference for a first place win at the conference meet in the 4x200 meter relay, also tying the school record. Gabrielle and her 4x2 relay were also sectional qualifiers, and advanced to the 2016 State Track and Field Championship. In addition, she played for a traveling volleyball league during the winter of her junior year, and was a part of the state qualifying volleyball team her senior year. Gabrielle has also been active in extracurricular activities throughout high school including FCCLA, FFA, Forensics, National Honor Society, Kinship mentoring, Student Council, yearbook committee, and marching band. Gabrielle has advanced to the state level twice for Forensics, and twice for FCCLA, receiving four state silver medals in total. She will now compete at state FCCLA for a third time after recently receiving a gold medal at Regionals. Gabrielle has excelled in the music department throughout high school as well. Major accomplishments include advancing to the State Solo Ensemble Festival for a clarinet solo and a percussion ensemble. She has also been a member of the Lakeland All-Conference Honors Band all four years of high school. Furthermore, she has performed in Solo Ensemble and Jazz Festival for choir. Between band and choir she has received five class A first ratings. Gabrielle was also a member of marching band for five years, playing either clarinet or trumpet, or twirling flags in the color guard. Gabrielle is the senior class president, and a Student Council Representative. Additionally, she serves as the National Honor Society president, and the FCCLA president. Previous to this year, she has served as class vice president, FCCLA vice president, National Junior Honor Society president, and an FCCLA Regional Representative in the state. Outside of school, Gabrielle enjoys running, biking, studying astronomy, and spending time with friends and family. After graduation, Gabrielle plans to attend the University of Minnesota Duluth to major in Biology with a minor in Environmental Science.


  Our Clayton High School student chosen, as the April Student of the Month is senior, high honor roll student, Kaylee LaBlanc.  Kaylee is the daughter of Randy and Tracy LaBlanc. Members of the high school teaching staff, nominate the students, and include a short description of the positive character traits of the students.  Consideration is given to students that have positive personal skills as well as interpersonal skills. The pride the student displays in the school and community is also evaluated.
  In Kaylee’s nomination, teachers said, “Kaylee exemplifies the outstanding characteristics that this award is based on.  Her personal skills are excellent with all ages.  She is always a positive role model and is an excellent representative of the Clayton community in any situation.  She treats everyone with respect. She is active in several organizations and is very dependable. Kaylee demonstrates community service and citizenship by working at the local elections for Clayton Township.  She has demonstrated initiative by enrolling in several higher-level distance-learning courses and has excelled at them. Other instructors are always very complimentary about having her in class.”

Congratulations, Kaylee, on being named Clayton High School Student of the Month!