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Formative Member of Waubonsie, Neuqua Valley Schools to Retire

Wish Clayt Grosshuesch or "Spike" well and congratulations on his retirement in the comments section below.

Clayt Grosshuesch, also known as "Spike," is wrapping up his 38-year tenure with Indian Prairie School District 204 where he served as a math teacher and guidance counselor—and a student favorite in both roles—and also as one of Waubonsie's most successful basketball coaches, according to the Daily Herald 

Spike also coached championship boys golf teams at Waubonsie Valley and Neuqua Valley and became the "Voice of the Wildcats" as an announcer for football and basketball games, according to the article. 

Spike, who started at Waubonsie Valley in 1976 and helped open Neuqua Valley in 1977, will be retiring soon and cleaning out his desk following the May 25th graduation ceremony, according to the Daily Herald. 

Read more on the Daily Herald. 

Wish Clayt Grosshuesch or "Spike" well and congratulations on his retirement in the comments section below. Feel free to share any positive stories on how Spike has shaped Indian Prairie School District 204 schools and/or your time at Waubonsie Valley and Neuqua Valley. 

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