Clays Mill Elementary
Clays Mill's Guidelines for Success:
Cooperate with Others
Always Show Respect
“The mission of Clays Mill Elementary School is to create a collaborative community that ensures all students achieve at high levels and graduate prepared to excel in a global society.”
The Giving Tree and Winter Coat Drive
As the holiday season approaches please consider donating cold weather items for children to our “Giving Tree”. The special area teachers with the help of some wonderful PTA moms are collecting new or like-new winter coats, children’s hats, gloves, mittens, scarves and socks to donate to the Salvation Army Children’s Shelter. Donations can be dropped off in the library up through Winter Break or placed in any of the labeled boxes throughout the school. Items will be delivered to the shelter immediately after school on Dec. 19th. So, please get your donations in early! Thanks for your generosity and help in teaching our students the importance of helping those less fortunate than us.
Kentucky Performance Rating for Education Progress (K-PREP) Scores Released
The Kentucky Department of Education released information that helps gauge how well our school is doing in our effort to help every student master the skills they will need to excel in our increasingly global society. Test score reports for individual students will not be available for at least another month. As soon as we have those, we will share them with families of the children who took state tests last spring (our current 4th and 5th graders). According to the data released today, our school received a score of 73.5 on the state’s “Unbridled Learning” accountability system, which means we scored in the 86th percentile of all elementary schools in the state! Our school is rated Proficient/Progressing. We are very proud of the progress our students and staff are making since the Unbridled Learning accountability system began. In three years, we have maintained our position as a proficient school, but also one that is progressing. That means that we are a school that is continuously improving, and ensuring our school is growing stronger every year. For more information from our acting principal, Mr. Davis please see the attached letter.
Congratulations Alexandra Brown for being chosen as the 2014 Lexington Jr. Fire Chief! The students and staff of CME are so proud of you!
Afternoon Transportation Changes
Please make sure all transportation changes are completed with the front office before 2:00pm. This will ensure our students are getting home safely and correctly in the afternoons.
Kroger Community Rewards Fundraiser
The Kroger fundraising program is changing. You no longer need to buy reloadable Kroger gift cards to support the Clays Mill PTA. Now you will be linking your plus card to Clays Mill as a part of Kroger's new Community Rewards program that begins September 1st in order for us to recieve a quarterly payout based on our spending at Kroger. Please visit the following website and link your plus card to us by logging in to your online Kroger Plus account (or setting up the online feature if you haven't) and connecting to our organization--CME PTA's ID: 11655.
If you have any problems signing up, please call Kroger at 1-866-221-4141. If you have any questions about Clays Mill's participation please call Jennifer Carey at (859) 948-6792.
CME Electronics Recycling Program
We are excited to partner with Funding Factory to recycle our old printer cartridges, cell phones and electronics. Please see the flyer below for more details.
Contact Mrs. Bethel: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Mrs. Carrico: email@example.com if you have any questions.