PARENTS: Please take a short survey regarding Remote Learning. We would like responses back by June 3rd, 2020.Parent Survey
News & Updates
Below is the presentation from the May 11, 2020 board of education meeting:May 11, 2020, Financial Presentation
The details of many year-end school events are provided in the document link below.End of Year Plans
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, Brenda Seibert 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.
For the safety of our students, parents, and staff, kindergarten screening will not take place on June 2, 3, and 4. Please complete the online enrollment form for your child by visiting, https://claymont.esvportal.com.
Parents will be contacted in August with more details.
Please be sure to update your contact information if changes occur over the summer.
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||(330)343-1811|
|Carroll Co. Crisis Intervention Hotline||(330)627-5240|
|ACE Peer Support Line||(330)308-5742
|Survivors of Suicide Support Group||(740)294-8496
|National Suicide Prevention Hotline||1-800-273-TALK(8255)|
|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.
The following letter is designed to inform you informed of important information at Claymont City Schools. The guidelines and time tables for students returning to school is ever changing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Below is some important Parent/Student Information:
The Tuscarawas County Health Department and the New Philadelphia City Health Department do NOT conduct COVID-19 testing. If you suspect that you or someone you love has symptoms, please CALL AHEAD to talk with your primary doctor/care provider or your local hospital emergency department.
If people would like to receive the TCHD Weekly COVID-19 Report, they can email their request to email@example.com.
Also ODH has a call center open 7 days a week from 9:00am to 8:00pm and can be reached at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634).
"If you are sick and it's mild and you are relatively healthy, you really can stay home." -Dr. Amy Acton, Director of Ohio Department of Health
- Informational Attachments
- Covid-19 Fact Sheet Statement Regarding School Closure
- Tuscarawas County Food Pantry Locations:
- English PDF
- Spanish PDF
- Food Pantry - Monday & Wednesday:
While supplies last, Park Christian Church will be providing hot take home meals on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30pm. Guests should pull up under the canopy where they will be handed a meal.
- 5:30PM - 6:30PM
- Park Christian Church
236 Miller Ave, Dennison, OH 44621
- (740) 922-4118
- Food Pantry - 2nd and 4th Tuesday's of the Month:
- Ladle's of Love
- 5:00PM - 6:30PM
- First Moravian Church
315 N. Water St. Uhrichsville, OH
- (740) 922-0886
- Food Pantry - Third Saturday of the Month:
- 12:00 Noon to 1:00
- First United Methodist
225 N. Dawson St. Uhrichsville, OH
- (740) 922-3881
- Food Pantry - Fourth Saturday of the Month
- The Shepherd's Table
- 12:00 Noon to 1:00
- First Presbyterian Church
633 N. Main St. Uhrichsville OH
- (740) 922-3692
- Twin City Christian Services Center (food pantry)
- Twin City Christian Services Center (food pantry) will remain open. There is no application process, just a photo ID is required. A family can stop once every 30 days. Items received are based on family size.
- 109 N Water St, Uhrichsville, OH 44683
- (740) 922-6276
Claymont School district is working with the Tuscarawas Health Department and state government officials regarding the Coronavirus. Please read the update on the situation. We will keep you informed of any decisions through Facebook, webpage updates and text messaging.
COVID-19 Informational Letter
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Claymont City School District is seeking bids for a Food Service Management Company. A Pre-proposal meeting is scheduled at noon on March 13, 2020. Proposals will need to be submitted by 2pm on March 27, 2020. Please see the RFP for additional information.Request for Proposal and Contract
Thank you! Thank You! Rainbow Connection! Thanks to a grant from the Rainbow Connection written by Mr. Page, many of the students at Claymont Elementary can now participate even more in the regular physical education classes with their peers.
They now can use various equipment (see video) that will assist or enable them in bowling, pitching, catching, running, dribbling, ect. This equipment will also allow them to improve on their fine motor skills.#WeAreClaymont
The Claymont City School District will hold Kindergarten screening on June 2nd, 3rd, and 4th at Claymont Primary School, 320 Trenton Avenue, Uhrichsville. Children who will be 5 years of age on or before August 1st may enter Kindergarten. Online registration is open and you may fill out the online registration forms by using the following link:
- If you currently have children enrolled in the district:
- Please use your login to sign into your current account and then choose, “Enroll New Student(s)”.
- If you do not currently have children enrolled in the district:
- Please choose “Create a New Account”. All information required will be information you choose. Once all required fields are completed, click “Register and Begin”.
- Form Locations:
- The Physical Evaluation and Oral Assessment forms are found by choosing the “Submit and View Online Forms” tab on the Account and Profile page. If you do not have access to a printer, these forms are available in the Primary school office.
- Screening appointments will be scheduled beginning April 1st by calling Shannon Tarbert at 740-922-5641. Please feel free to call Mrs. Tarbert with any additional questions you may have.
- Please remember to bring the following items to your child’s screening appointment.
- A copy of the child’s birth certificate and social security card
- A copy of the child’s immunization record
- A copy of any legal court documents pertaining to the child
- Completed Physical Evaluation & Oral Assessment forms if they have seen a doctor & dentist.
Congratulations to student of the month winners in all of our wonderful district buildings! #WeAreClaymont
Claymont Intermediate students made "Valentine's Day Cards" at their 9 weeks celebration to send to: Major Bill White (Ret.), the oldest living Marine at 104 years old. Mr. White wears many medals, with one holding more significance then the rest: his Purple Heart. #ClaymontCares
Congratulations to Steve Miles and Kenny Trimmer on being elected to the Claymont City school board. There is no greater contribution than serving as a member of the leadership team that provides educational opportunities for the children in our community.
Congrats to our 7th and 8th grade Power of the Pen Teams who competed at the district tournament at Canfield Middle School. Both teams placed 4th out of 14 schools.
7th graders Jilian Paterson placed 10th and Kelsie Mercer placed 7th.
8th grader McKenzie Menefee placed 11th.
Results will be in next week to determine which writers will advance to the regional competition in March. #TomorrowsLeaders
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 firstname.lastname@example.org Go Mustangs!
Mustangs win! Mustangs win! Mustangs win!
Claymont's Academic Challenge Team won the IVC championship after over 6 hours of tournament play. Congratulations to all the team members and Coach Schilling on a great season. Congratulations also go out to 2nd place Sandy Valley, 3rd place Hiland and 4th place Strasburg.
Academic Challenge Members:
- Marissa Anderegg
- Catlynn Baker
- David Birney
- Lilly Conn
- Brennem Duff
- Emma Lesiecki
- Emily Luyster
- Koi Preston
- Gibson Quillen
- Peyton Smith
- Dawson Cox
- McKenna Douglass
- Sabrina Enos
- Brianna Weaver