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   Jake Anderson, son of Chris & Stacey Schradle and Terrance Anderson & Sheri Swonger, has been named Valedictorian of the Clayton High School Class of 2016. Jake has participated in every aspect of the instrumental music program. Through his high level of musicianship he has been selected as a member of the Lakeland Conference Honors Band for four years, the UW-La Crosse Honors Band once and was also a member of the 2015 Badger Boys State Band.  He has participated in the WSMA District Solo Ensemble Festival for six years and has advanced to the State Solo Ensemble Festival three times. He is a phenomenal musician who has earned three music letters at the Clayton School District, an accomplishment only he has achieved. His leadership skills and determination for success are not only found in the band room. Throughout high school, Jake has participated in football and track. During his high school career, he has appeared in the division seven playoffs three times for football and was an alternate for the state 4x200 relay. Jake also holds the school record for the 300-meter hurdles, 55-meter hurdles, and the 4x400 meter relay. Jake was named All-Conference Lineman and outside linebacker for football and got Academic All-State. Jake has been an active member in Student Council, Class Office, National Junior Honor Society and National Honor Society.  He has been elected as a class officer for three years and a National Honor Society officer twice. Jake has also served the Clayton School District and the community by being a Kinship mentor, an after school care volunteer, a math tutor, and a volunteer at church. Outside of school Jake works part time at Lake Country Pizza. Jake enjoys time with friends and family, being active, hunting, fishing, video games, listening to music and reading. After graduation, Jake is attending UW-Stout in Menomonie, WI as an honor student to major in game design with a minor in music theory and to possibly play in the pep band.

   Tiffany Moskal, daughter of Angie Moskal and the late Craig Moskal, has been named the Salutatorian of the Clayton High School Class of 2016.  Tiffany has been involved in many athletics and extracurricular activities throughout high school. Tiffany has been actively involved in athletics by participating in volleyball, track & field, and cheerleading for football and wrestling.  She was an alternate for the 800-meter sectional qualifying relay team her sophomore year and was also a captain for wrestling cheerleading her sophomore and junior year. Tiffany has also participated in many extracurriculars' during her high school career and has qualified for state seven times through these activities.  Tiffany has participated in Kinship mentoring, tutoring, yearbook, student government, student council, art team, forensics, National Honor Society, FFA, and FCCLA. Tiffany qualified for state in art team her freshman year, as well as her junior year, and received a silver medal at state. She also qualified for state Career Development Events for FFA her junior year as well as forensics and received a silver medal at state. In addition, Tiffany also qualified for state STAR Events in FCCLA her sophomore, junior, and senior year, and received a silver medal at state.  Tiffany has also served as an officer for several extracurricular activities including president of the FFA, president and secretary of FCCLA, and vice president and historian of the National Honor Society. Tiffany has also been a student council representative and class officer all four years of high school serving as vice president, secretary, and treasurer. Outside of school, Tiffany is actively involved with her church and also participates in the American Cancer Society Run/Walk.  Tiffany loves to spend time outdoors with her cattle as well as hunting, fishing and snowmobiling.  She also enjoys spending time up at the cabin with her family and friends. After graduating, Tiffany plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse to major in biology.