Meals will still be delivered on Friday's and be available at various locations around town, beginning at 11, during face to face instruction. The pick-ups in town will be at the same time and location they were with our previous meal distributions. A list of these locations is provided below. In the event that all students go to remote learning, meal delivery and pick-ups will be Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. If you have any questions, please contact our food service director at 740-922-3471 ext 18110.
Logan and South 5th St.
Fuhr and North 3rd St.
Car Wash on Packer St.
Rolling Out the Red Carpet
For their first day back, Claymont Elementary Rolled out Red Carpet to welcome back students!
After long, long break from face to face instruction they were welcomed back in fashion.
Staff made posters and celebrated their return with whistles and bubbles as the students made their way down the red carpet.
December Student of the Month
Congratulations to the student of the month winners throughout the district!
CHS Picture Retakes are officially rescheduled! They will be held at Claymont High School on March 2, 2021.
Preschool Enrollment Information
Claymont Preschool is currently accepting applications for all preschool age children (3 and 4 years old) residing in the Claymont City School District for the 2020-2021 school year.
Please complete an application found on the link to the right or stop by our new location to request an application at 200 Jewett Avenue in Dennison. If you have specific questions about our preschool program, contact Jodie Miles - Preschool Director, Heather O'Connor - Preschool Principal, or Tammy McMillen, Preschool Secretary at (740) 922-5888.
Claymont City Schools is committed to ensuring all children reach their fullest potential and build a strong foundation for life-long learning and success.
The annual Food and Toy Drive continues for 2020. Click and read the below attachment, and be sure to help bring the joy of the holidays to everyone within our district.
Meal Pick-Up Information
Meal pick-ups will be available Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday this week from 11-1 at the Middle School. There is no form to fill out for meals this week.
Revision to the 2020 Reopening Plan
Attached you will find the most current revision of the 2020 Reopening Plan. As of now, Claymont City Schools intends to remain in session as normal should the Ohio Public Health Advisory color-coded system switch to a RED level.
The District will monitor the risk and will determine if a change to a different instructional format is warranted based upon the number of COVID cases and quarantines identified within our community and the impact that these cases have on our schools.
It is possible for one or multiple buildings within the District to be on remote instruction while the rest of the schools are in session as normal. As always, for updates and notifications, please stay tuned to our District website, Facebook, and the notifications sent from the Superintendent's Office.
When spectators attend a Claymont sporting event, please remember the following:
Any person must conduct a wellness check and those who are showing/feeling any of the symptoms, are asked to remain at home and not enter the facility/contest.
All spectators must wear a mask for the duration of the event
All spectators must maintain social distancing when in lines
Facilities will not open more than 30 minutes before a contest starts.
Families/Spectators should sit as a family unit and physically distance themselves at least 6 ft apart from the next family unit while sitting in the stands.
No congregation of spectators before, during or after the event
Spectators must leave as soon as the event has ended
Hand sanitizing stations are available
Due to Executive Orders from the State regarding mandatory requirements for sports that limits seating capacity, immediate family members of players, band members and cheerleaders will receive ticket vouchers for home events per seating capacity regulations.
No passes will be accepted
No walk up tickets sales
We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Shot requirements for students entering 7th and 12th grade for the 2020-2021 school year.
Updated shot records MUST be turned in to the office by the first day of school.
Please make arrangements with your doctor or the health department now, as it will be one less thing to think about in the fall.
Students who are not compliant with requirements may be subject to exclusion from school.
Students entering 7th grade:
-One dose of Tdap vaccine must be administered prior to entry.
-One dose of meningococcal (serogroup A,C,W, and Y) vaccine must be administered prior to entry.
Students entering 12th grade:
Two doses of meningococcal (serogroup A, C, W, and Y) vaccine must be administered prior to entry.
**If the first dose of meningococcal vaccine is administered on or after the 16th birthday, a second dose is not required.
Tuscarawas County Health Department: 330-343-5555
New Philadelphia Health Department:330-343-4491 Ext. 1208
Please contact Mrs. Bowe or Mrs. Cameron, with any questions: 740-922-5241 ext: 11055.
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Virtual Graduation Ceremony | 2020
Below is the presentation from the May 11, 2020 board of education meeting:
This is an important time to take extra care of our health and well-being.
You are strong enough to face it all.
You are not alone. Local and National Support Available 24/7
Tuscarawas Co. Crisis Intervention Hotline
Carroll Co. Crisis Intervention Hotline
ACE Peer Support Line
(330)308-5742 (M-F 10am-2pm)
Survivors of Suicide Support Group
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Text 4hope to 741741
Veteran's Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255, Press 1 (Or Text to 838255
For someone in a crisis, a safely stored firearm can mean the difference between a tragic outcome and a life saved.
Stadium Renovation - Preliminary Drawing
Exciting things are happening at Claymont City Schools!
Here is a preliminary drawing of the massive renovation of the stadium. This will be done in three phases. Phase 1 is the construction of a fieldhouse for all athletes grades 7-12. Phase 2 is bleachers, concessions, restrooms, fencing, and pressbox. Phase 3 is field turf and track resurfacing.
The district is looking to fund phases 1 and 2 with secured loans. Phase 3 will require fundraising efforts. If you are interested in supporting this project, please contact Athletic Director Justin Jones at email@example.com