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Online Registration Opens AUGUST 1st

 

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You will not be able to register online without your student’s Student ID number and Registration PIN (found on the registration letter mailed home to parents of PRE-REGISTERED students).

If you do not have the necessary information, please call the office at 801-481-4810 to get your student number and PIN.

*Is your student new and not yet pre-registered? Please attend Registration on August 7th between 9:00 am-1:00 pm and 4:00-7:00 pm. Bring proof of address, birth certificate, and immunization records*

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Is Your 7th Grader Up to Date on Their Immunizations?

If you are the parent of an incoming 7th grader or BRAND NEW 8th grader, make sure your child is up to date on all of the state-required immunizations.

Remember: You will need to present immunization records at In-Person Registration (August 7).

Immunization Requirements 2019-20                Requisitos de Inmunización 2019-20

Is your pediatrician booked until after registration or after the first day of school? Fortunately, there are a variety of other options available:

  • Salt Lake City Health Department: Call 385-468-SHOT (7468) to schedule an immunization appointment. 
  • Community Nursing Services: Call 801-207-8777 (uninsured, underinsured, and most other health insurances accepted)
  • Local Pharmacies: Walgreens, Smiths, Rite Aid

Immunization Location Info

*Parents/Guardians who would like immunization exemption information can click here

2019-2020 Course Catalog

2019-2020 Course Catalog
Curriculum and Assessment Laboratory Classroom (C&A Lab) - Beginning the 2018-2019 school year, all students will participate in enriching lessons and activities founded in the six Performa…
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Congratulations, Mrs. Jones!

Our very own teacher, Lesley Jones, was recently honored as an Outstanding Teacher by the Kiwanis Club of Salt Lake.

Mrs. Jones is an incredible asset to the Clayton community and we are extremely proud that the Kiwanis Club acknowledged her excellence in teaching. 

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"Don't Quit!" Fitness Center Ribbon-Cutting

Congratulations to our stellar Physical Education teachers, Betsy Spiegel and Reid Anderson, on their latest achievement: A grant from the National Foundation for Governors' Fitness Councils!

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Clayton is now home to the “Don’t Quit!” Fitness Center which features brand-new fitness equipment that will benefit current and future CMS students. A BIG THANK YOU to Ms. Spiegel and Mr. Anderson for the time and effort they put into the application process—how lucky are we to have them as our teachers and colleagues?!

It was a fun day celebrating the ribbon-cutting of our fitness center and we celebrated by hosting Governor Herbert, Jake Steinfeld, and Superintendent Lexi Cunningham among many others who were treated to the best Eye of the Tiger flash mob song and dance anyone has ever seen!

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Check out some of the media coverage by clicking the links below:

“Governor works with nonprofit to award Utah schools new fitness centers”

“Clayton Middle School fighting in war against childhood obesity with new fitness center”

“There’s a new fitness center in this Utah middle school. It cost $100,000”

 

And click here for more information about the National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness Councils.

 

 

OPERATION ADVENTURE UTAH

This summer our very own Physical Education teacher, Reid Anderson, hit the road with a lucky group of 8th graders and headed down to Moab, Utah for a week of adventure. Mr. Anderson and a crew from Friends of Arches, Canyonlands Field Institute, and Canyonlands Parks led the students as they set up camp, hiked, river rafted, paddle boarded, ate good food, and played games. We are so proud of and grateful for Mr. Anderson and the organizations he partnered with for the opportunity and experience they helped create for our awesome students. We feel confident that this was a trip they will remember for a long time to come.

The video below sure does make us excited for next year’s Operation Adventure Utah trip!

 

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