Athletic Director Carey Clum to retire from PCHS

At the Monday, Jan. 7, Board of Education meeting, the Port Clinton Board of Education approved the retirement of Mr. Carey Clum, Social Studies Teacher and long time Athletic Director at the conclusion of the 2012-13 school year. The Board resolution read as follows: 

“Carey Clum started his career at Port Clinton City School District in 1990. Ever  since he has been dedicated to Port Clinton High School Academics and Athletics. Carey is a Social Studies Teacher at PCHS and is dedicated to his students in the classroom, even serving at an OGT Tutor. He loves the game of football , serving as the Head Football Coach from 1990 – 96. He continued to coach students as a Middle School Football Coach, Assistant Varsity Coach and Weight Room Supervisor. As the Athletic Director he has spent countless hours scheduling games and practice space, rescheduling games, coordinating that playing fields and transportation are ready for our student athletes to compete. In addition, he supervises coaches and works directly with the Port Clinton Athletic Boosters. Carey also coordinates the PCHS Athletic Hall of Fame selection and annual May induction. We appreciate all the time and effort Mr. Clum has dedicated to our students and student athletes and wish him all the best in his well deserved retirement.”
Mr. Pat Adkins, Superintendent of Schools, stated, “Carey has served our student athletes for decades as a teacher, coach, and Athletic Director. He is in the office early in the morning and was in attendance at countless athletic events, taking time away from his wife and family. We appreciate all he has done and know he will enjoy spending more time with wife, Cathy, and sons Carey & Lee.”

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