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Clay City Academic Letter Banquet

Friday, March 18, 2011

Seniors at Clay City High School (from left) Caroline Beyers, Kacie Fritz, Miranda Ingram and Logan Moss show off their academic awards. These students have maintained at least a 3.5 GPA throughout their seven semester academic careers. Lindsay Vencel is not included in this photo, but received the same award. Jessica Murray Photo.

Clay City High School Juniors (from bottom left) Carmela Roeschlein, Rebecca Beyers, Kendall Fowler, Tiffani Goodman, Miranda Vazquez, (from top left) Issac Bahney, Alexandra Miller, Nathan Buell and Kole Smith, received their second academic bar at the honors banquet Thursday evening. These students earned at least a 3.6 GPA after five semesters. Not pictured are Danielle Gossage and Alexa Souder who could not attend the event. Jessica Murray Photo.

Clay City High School Sophomores (from left) Madison Booe, Luke Hostetler and Grant Prindiville, proudly display their certificates after receiving an academic bar to compliment the academic letter they received as freshman. These students earned at least a 3.7 GPA after three semesters. Paige Schroer was not featured in the photo, but also earned an academic bar. Jessica Murray Photo.

Clay City High School Freshman (from left) Darcie Fritz, Whitney Jeffers and Claire Miller, received their first academic awards for maintaining a 3.8 GPA or above after one semester. Chance Nicoson also received this award, but was not present at the honors banquet. Jessica Murray Photo.

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How about a co-celebration for both Northview and Clay City high school academic honors students in future years? Seems silly to have two separate ones and could help with cohesion between north and south of the county for all to be included as one big community?? Certainly SMWC could hold the additional students and families from CC since it is a smaller school and it might help with general good will between those in north and south of the county. too many times there is an us and them attitude when in actuality it is all one county and one school system. Just an idea. Any school board members reading???

-- Posted by Jenny Moore on Sun, Mar 20, 2011, at 1:17 PM

Congratulations to all the students! Keep up the good work as we are all proud of you!

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Tue, Mar 22, 2011, at 9:13 AM

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