We celebrated Native American Heritage Month by learning about different tribes through stories and poems. We also taste-tested some bison stew. Thank you Suzie Stedman!
2-Hour Late Start for Tuesday, November 14: Clarkston School District families. There will be a 2-hour late start for all schools in the Clarkston School District on Tuesday, November 14, 2023. Please watch for updates on our district’s Facebook page or website at www.csdk12.org.
Due to ongoing efforts to restore gas services, all schools in our district will be closed on Monday, November 13. This closure allows educators and families to be home in the event that Avista arrives to restore gas services. Winter sports practices will proceed as planned. An update on Tuesday's school status will be provided by 4:00 p.m. tomorrow. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
It's Red Ribbon Week!
Mrs. Stedman's Kindergarteners had fun with some shape review today!
Due to a break in an Avista Utilities gas line, our schools will be without heat for the time being. School for Thursday, November 9, will be canceled. There is no school on Friday, November 10, in honor of Veterans Day. We will update you with further information as it becomes available.
Mrs. Zeigler worked super hard on having her group present their favorite parts of the story they had been reading! Thank you to all who came to support!
We are mathematicians. Thank you parents & friends for practicing counting with us! ✂️ 🧮
Learning about Helen Keller from Miss Jones. 📕
Mrs. Stedman's Kindergarten students enjoyed their 🎃 roll & add game today.
We are writers 📝
We are writers 📝
Miss Jones taught us a great lesson about our sense of taste! We are learning about the 5 senses. 👁️ 👂 👃 👄 🖐️
Mark your calendars for this free parent workshop!
Miss Everett's & Mrs. Stedman's classes enjoyed reading together this afternoon. 📚
6th grade students in the Clarkston School District will have the option to participate in the WA State Healthy Youth Survey (HYS). The survey will be conducted between October 9 and October 29. Participation in the survey is voluntary and the students' answers are anonymous. Information collected is used by schools, communities, and state agencies to plan programs to support our youth and reduce their risks. For more information regarding the HYS, go to https://www.askhys.net/HYS/GetDocument?path=Administration%5C2023&fileName=Parent%20and%20Student%20Information%20Letter%20English.pdf
No School September 29, 2023
October Breakfast and Lunch Menu
We are excited to invite you to our Fall Carnival!
At approximately 9:00 this morning, Clarkston High School and Parkway Elementary School were placed on a “secure” building protocol due to planned police activity in the area. This means that the doors to the school are locked and students remain in the school with normal activities occurring. At no time were students in any danger and securing the building is done as a proactive safety measure whenever there is police activity near the school that may warrant securing the building.