We are excited to announce that CHS teacher Christopher Livingston has graciously agreed to become the teacher advisor to MYAC. This is his eighth year as a social studies teacher, but his first at Clayton High School! He has taught AP U.S. History, AP World History, and Honors Politics, but currently teach US/World History to Freshmen and Sophomores here at Clayton. He has also coached women's soccer for the previous seven years and right now is coaching his eighth year of softball, his first at Clayton however.
We welcome him onboard and thank him for his time!
We'd like to welcome our new team:
We look forward to an exciting year of learning and service in the Clayton community.
This year MYAC is reaching out to neighborhoods in Clayton that do not have websites and working to create sites for them that they can maintain and grow. If your neighborhood is interested in participating, please contactLaura Stanton.
MYAC members organized a forum April 2 to give residents a chance to learn what would be on the Ballot April 8. Candidates for Board of Election and Board of Aldermen answered audience and student questions, and Mayor Sanger answered questions about the ballot initiatives on economic development, emergency sevices, street repair and the Shaw Park Ice Rink.
Clayton MYAC got a behind-the-scenes look at the city fire station and the hard-working emergency personnel.
Following a fascinating discussion in the municipal courtroom with Municipal Judge Peter J. Krane and Prosecuting Attorney Darold Crotzer, MYAC members were treated to a behind-the-scenes tour of Clayton's new police station led by Chief of Police Thomas Byrne.
Mayor Sanger and MYAC members Noah Engel and Alex Walker threw candy to residents during the 2013 homecoming parade. Also on the truck were Aldermen Joanne Boulton (Ward 1), Michelle Harris (Ward 2) and Alex Berger III (Ward 3).
City Manager Craig Owens gave MYAC members a glimpse into the inner workings of Clayton as the group kicked off its 2012-2013 year Sept. 11. Who knew there are a 100 lane miles of road in Clayton? Or 7 million+ square feet of office space? Members learned who takes care of roads and parks, and how services are allocated and paid for. After the meeting, MYAC members were introduced to the community at the joint Board of Aldermen/Board of Education meeting.