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Clayton School District Vacancy
The Clayton School District has a Varsity Head Football (8-Man) Coaching position opening for the 2017-18 school year.
If interested, please send letter of application and resume to:
Cathleen Shimon, District Administrator
Clayton School District
236 Polk Ave. W. ~ P.O. Box 130
Clayton, WI  54004-0130
shimonc@claytonsd.k12.wi.us
Application deadline:  Monday, January 30, 2017


           Welcome to the Clayton School District!

The Clayton School District is nestled in the supportive community of Clayton, Wisconsin. Clayton itself is located in western Wisconsin about 1 hour northeast of Minneapolis. It is comprised of a 4K-12 school building with approximately 400 students school wide and 47 certified staff members. The Clayton School District has an excellent professional staff that cares a great deal about student’s intellectual, emotional, and physical development. The primary mission of the staff members of Clayton Schools is to help students to develop the necessary skills and strategies to be confident life long learners and to be able to be productive in a global world.  Students are our greatest assets and we will do whatever it takes to help them succeed. Students, staff, and administration are dedicated to creating a school environment that is conducive to learning and helps our students develop character traits exhibited by good citizens.  We look forward to working with you in providing a quality education!
 
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ABIGAL VANHEUKLOM NAMED JANUARY STUDENT OF THE MONTH!
 

  Our Clayton High School student chosen as the January Student of the Month is sophomore, high honor roll student, Abigal VanHeuklom. Abby is the daughter of Jason and Heidi VanHeuklom. 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 Abby’s nominations, a teacher said, “There are many reasons why I want to nominate Abby. First of all, in my class, Abby is one to lead her peers in the discussion. She also makes sure they are on task and keeps moving ahead. If a classmate doesn't get it, she tries to explain it again so they understand. Another reason is Abby’s appropriate use of her time in Study Hall, coming in and silently getting to her schoolwork. Abby has done this consistently! Also, while the Ag. teacher has been gone from school, Abby has given up many study hall periods to go to the Ag. room and do work for FFA. She did much of the fruit counting and sorting for their fundraiser. As part of the FFA service project, she created Christmas tags, wrote out many Christmas cards and wrapped many baskets. Abby has been a faithful committed worker for FFA and it impresses me that she is willing to give up her own time during school to help. This means Abby has to do her homework at home in the evening on those days.

Congratulations, Abby, on being named January Student of the Month!