Scholarship Opportunity: Design the Program
Cover for the 2015 Institute for CTE
High school students
(grades 9-12) have the chance to earn a
$1,000 scholarship to the Tennessee public
postsecondary school of their choice for
designing the program cover for the 2015
Institute for CTE Educators.
Design Format: Adobe Illustrator or
Colors: Full Color
Cover size: Overall 11 x 17 folded to
8.5 x 11 for front cover design
Copy must include the following
information on the front cover
Name of Institute: 2015 Institute for CTE
Theme: Expanding Opportunities for Students
Date: July 6-10
Location: Music City Center, Nashville
Sponsored by: The Tennessee
Department of Education and the Division of
Career and Technical Education (must include
logo for the Tennessee Department of
Signed Permission Form
Art work submitted by deadline
Electronic copy for both the 11x17
and 8.5x11 art, as well as a JPEG
Andrea.Self@tn.gov by April 3, 2015.
The winning design will be announced by
April 30, 2015. The scholarship will be
given to the postsecondary school designated
by the winner upon enrollment.
FBLA Regional Placing
Andrew Meadows--1st Business Calculations
Andrew Boles-2nd Agribusiness
Garrett Franklin--3rd Agribusiness
Lauren McHenry-4th Public Speaking
Chelsea Copass-4th Public Speaking II
Bailey Davis--5th Health Care Administration
Jake Gentry-5th Intro to Info Technology
Mary Smith-6th Public Speaking
Peyton Roberts-6th Intro to Business
Brayden Moss-6th Agribusiness
Silas Delk-7th Agribusiness
Eli Watson-7th Intro to Parliamentary
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CCHS FOOTBALL TEAM
AND COACHES FOR ADVANCING TO THE TSSAA
PLAYOFFS FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 2008!
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2014 Division I BlueCross Bowl Class 1A
Football Playoff Bracket.
“I’m So Fancy” Day;
Bulldog Spirit Day
Click above to see information about
superlatives and photo times.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL STUDENTS, FACULTY,
THE STATE OF TENNESSEE HAS
ANNOUNCED THAT CLAY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
2014 REWARD SCHOOL FOR "PROGRESS,"
which means that the emphasis we place on
academic growth and mastery of standards
resulted in so much growth
that we're in the top 5% of all school in
the state of Tennessee.
@ District Tournament
The golf team competed at Brainerd Golf
Course in Chattanooga on Sept. 8th.
Kendal Johnson qualified for a spot in the
Tennessee Promise offers
two years of tuition-free community or
technical college to Tennessee high school
graduates beginning with the Class of 2015.
Tennessee Promise is a
last-dollar scholarship, meaning it will
cover college costs not met from Pell, HOPE,
As part of the program,
students will be paired with a partnering
organization serving their home county and
will be provided with a mentor who will
support them during the college application
seniors may apply
here for the
Tennessee Promise scholarship
before November 1, 2014.
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