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Lily B. Clayton Elementary School
Lily B. Clayton students and their grandparents spent an afternoon together last Friday. The event, "Goodies with Grandparents," included snacks and playtime on the school playground.
Sarah A. Means
Adding to the list of recognitions and awards, Lily B. Clayton Elementary is now a 2011 Texas Business and Education Coalition’s Honor Roll school. Only 4 percent of the more than 8,000 Texas public schools receive this honor each year. The award is based on a school’s sustained academic achievement. Lily B. Clayton has managed to achieve Commended Performance ratings the last three consecutive years, and only one other Fort Worth Independent School District school, Tanglewood Elementary, was recognized as a TBEC Honor Roll School, according to the TBEC website.
Since its start 15 years ago, the chess club at Lily B. Clayton has been the only one of its kind in Fort Worth Independent School District elementary schools in the 109. Each week students meet in the school library to listen to quick lessons from Lily B. Clayton physical education teacher and chess club leader Timothy Dague.
Students in the running clubs from Lily B. Clayton Elementary and Tanglewood Elementary Schools participated with hundreds of other kids in The Cowtown races Saturday. Lily B. Clayton and Tanglewood, among many other schools, set up booths in the Amon Carter Exhibit Hall, where they met with their teams to prepare for the race.
Teachers and parents of Lily B. Clayton Elementary School came together Friday for the school’s “Artology” Auction Dinner at the TCU Brown-Lupton University Union. The fundraisng event included a live and silent auction. Attendees bid on items from jewelry and art to an iPod Touch and a student’s chance for an off-campus lunch with a teacher.