Clayton High School students demonstrated their talents in the areas of visual arts, performing arts, video production, drafting, and poetry at the school’s 5th Annual Night of the Arts celebration, held May 10 in the Cleve W. Bryan Media Center. Click here to view the full article and photos from NJ.com.
Clayton School District held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and community concert as its first official event to celebrate the opening of a state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center. Superintendent Nick Koutsogiannis, Board of Education President Anthony Grafton, and seniors from the choir and band helped cut the ribbon to officially open the center.
“This a great opportunity for not only our students to showcase their talents but the community as a whole,” says Koutsogiannis. “For our high school students to say they finally have an auditorium instills a great sense of pride.”
Choir Director Sarah Mickle began the ceremony by leading the choir in the singing of the school alma mater followed by the cutting of the ribbon. After comments by Koutsogiannis and Grafton, the choir and band each performed songs. The ceremony concluded with a combined performance of the two groups and closing comments from Mickle and Band Director Dave Dashefsky.
The Performing Arts Center was part of the Bond Referendum, which was passed last year by the town.
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Gloucester County Sports Hall of Fame: A Look Back on the Career of Dan Antonelli
The Gloucester County Sports Hall of Fame will induct 12 new honorees on Tuesday, March 28, at Auletto’s Sunset Balltoom in Almomesson.
Inductees in the Class of 2017 include: Dan Antonelli (Clayton), John Yowler (Gloucester Catholic), Robert Eck (Pitman), Joe Cipriano (Delsea), Christian Lynch (Kingsway), Terry Jefferys-Jacobs (Woodbury), Ginny Migliore-Murphy (Washington Twp.), Mike Lamb (Rowan College at Gloucester County), Karl Neiswender (Clearview), Bill Henry (Gateway), Linda Decker (West Deptford), and Typhanie Bates (Williamstown).
Tickets for the 37th Annual Banquet are available by calling Hall of Fame President Gus Ostrum at (609) 502-0424.
Today, we look back on the career of Clayton’s Dan Antonelli.
A graduate of Delsea High School, Antonelli currently serves as Athletic Director at Clayton, where he has promptly rebuilt the Clipper programs into of South Jersey’s best small-school programs.
For 22 years, Antonelli served as the school’s wrestling coach and earned over 300 wins, several division titles and a District 29 championship over Paulsboro and Clearview. He successfully merged his program with a struggling Glassboro program to boost both programs.
He has helped to rebuild successful boys and girls basketball teams as well as a winning football program. Antonelli also coached boys soccer at Clayton for 11 years and the athletic fields at the school are named after him.
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Meet the Clayton High School that wrote & published a novel with teacher Sherie Craig. Read the article on NJ.com.
Clayton Middle School’s 21st Century Community Learning Center Program has a new website! Visit www.claytonafterschool.org