Congratulations to our 6th grade boys for winning their bracket at the Strasburg tournaments on
12/29/2019. The team is coached by Chad Lynch & Tyler Golec.
Claymont Middle School's 7 Habits class practicing the 4th habit "Think Win-Win"
CMS Volleyball IVC Champs!
CMS 2019-2020 Photos
A message from Mrs. Henry
Our first day of school is Monday, August 26th, and we are excited to see you back in our hallways. I hope everyone enjoyed their break. Our goal at Claymont Middle School is to partner with you to get to school on time every day because every class period matters.
Good attendance starts on the first day of school! School attendance has a huge impact on your academic success. When you miss too much school, regardless of the reason, it can cause you to fall behind academically. We know you may miss some school due to illnesses or other unavoidable reasons. However, it is important for you to attend school regularly because some lessons cannot be made up at home. If you will be absent, please make sure your parent or guardian calls the office the day of the absence at (740) 922-5241 or sends a note/excuse the following day.
Let us know how we can best support you so that you can show up for school on time every day. Go Mustangs!
Claymont Middle School
End of the Year Awards
Arianna Terakedis - National Federation of High Schools National Award for Excellence
Bryce Murray - OHSAA Archie Griffin Award
Maddux Maple - Ron Vinci Award - 7th grade outstanding leadership in and out of the classroom
Brooke Davis - Don Wright Award - 8th grade Academic Excellence, Good Citizenship, Community
Volunteer, Active in Extra-Curricular activities
John Page Pillar of Character Award Winners:
Back row (left to right) - Kailey Watkins, Samuel Zurcher, Chelsea Storrie, Emily Luyster, Abigael Abarca, Shane Shaw
front row (left to right) - Jalee Coen, Kanzas Affolter, John Blair, Kaiden Salyers, Emily Frantz
Madison Houston Competes at State Competition
Madison Houston traveled to The College of Wooster Friday for the State Power of the Pen
competition where she wrote in 3 timed writing rounds against the best writers in the state.
At the beginning of the season, over 7,000 students competed through Power of the Pen.
Of that number, only 700 made it to the state level. Congratulations to Madison!