Welcome to the Nan Clayton Elementary School Website
It's our 10th Anniversary year and we are so excited to share it with you! Our goal is to provide parents with the important and timely information needed to help students succeed.
Clayton PTA's "No Sell" Donation Drive
66% School Wide Participation!!! Only 60 more families needed to meet our 75% participation goal.
Congratulations to the following classes for reaching 85% participation. Dougherty, Kruger, Schwab, Valdes, Lee, Pandola, Wenske, Arredondo, Sheblak, Crenshaw, Franklin, Joisten, Matheny, Robillard, & Fanelli
Classes that reach 85% participation get a popsicle party on the playground
When 75% school wide participation is reached, the beloved Wacky Dress-up Day will be scheduled
Click the button above to donate or visit the donation drive page for other ways to donate and more information.
Every Friday is Clayton Spirit Day - show our Cardinal pride and wear Clayton shirt or red
Now through December 11 - Holiday Tree Giving for Perez Elementary
December 3 - Parent Book Club: "The Whole Brain Child"
*Check the calendar for more events
The Science Fair will occur in January, 2016. Student project judging will occur in the morning in the cafeteria and project viewing for family and friends will be in the evening starting at 5:30pm. Please plan to attend this fun, learning event! CLICK HERE for more information on the Austin Energy Science Fair.
Show your special student that exploring science is fun! We need your help to JUDGE the great scientific work of our students that morning. Please help inspire a budding scientist! If you are interested in judging some of these great projects or know someone who might like to help, please contact Arrion Rathsack or CLICK HERE to complete the Online Judge Registration Form. Retired grandparents and neighbors make great volunteer judges! Judging instructions will be provided in advance.
SOAR stands for Students on Adventures in Reading and is a wonderful volunteer-based program designed to give individual students help in reading.
Who does SOAR help? This program supports the teachers and students in 2nd – 5th grades. Children are selected to participate based on their benchmark scores. If the teacher or the administration thinks that the student will benefit from some individual attention, they also participate in SOAR. The SOAR student is typically one who doesn’t have a reading disability, but just needs practice.
Why is SOAR Important? Students increase in confidence and self-esteem by improving their reading skills. Immediate and frequent feedback from their Reading Coach keeps them reading and reaching for higher goals!
SOAR is instrumental in Clayton receiving Exemplary ratings. It's amazing what a little individual attention and practice can do.
Who makes it happen? Volunteers (like you!) help students SOAR to new heights in reading. At the core of this wildly successful program is a team of dedicated volunteers. These volunteer “mentors” devote just 30 minutes per week (or more if you have it) to reading with a child, cheering them on, and giving them the special attention they need to, well, soar.
Contact Amber Withycombe at email@example.com with any questions.
What is CARE Club? This group is a student led and directed community service club that meets about once per month to perform various service projects throughout the year. All are welcome to attend, but please note it's a family affair - not a drop off event. Grab your kids at pickup and join us in the gym!! Questions? Email Shannon Peris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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