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SOFT LAUNCH OF NEW WEBSITE TODAY!

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The Clarkston School District is ready to move to a redesign and update to our current website, school app, and emergency notification software. The district will begin with a soft launch of the site on December 6, and close down the current website to formally launch in early January, 2022. The new site has been reorganized and updated to enhance the user experience for our students, parents, educators, community members, job seekers, and our school board. The new site includes the following changes:

  • New, modern layout designed for smartphones
  • Information and links organized by user type
  • Search function improved
  • Standardized layout for each Clarkston school
  • Ability for schools to post simultaneously to Facebook and their website
  • Emergency notification process will be included in the website functionality
  • Clarkston Chat feature to gather feedback from all our stakeholders
  • Educators, parents, and students will be able to post pictures and stories (with in-app administrator approval)
  • New app that includes key information for your school (i.e., Live Feed, events, food menus, etc.)
  • And much more!

We are excited to share with you a Sneak Peek of our new Clarkston School District website and we ask that you provide us feedback on our newly created Clarkston Chat page.

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ESSER III STAKEHOLDER INPUT


In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States Department of Education has released grants for which local education agencies (K-12) can use to address learning loss related to COVID-19.

The Clarkston School District is seeking feedback from all district and community stakeholders to help determine how the district should best utilize ESSER Funds to address unfinished learning, ongoing COVID-19 recovery, and Federal Program grant funds. The ESSER III grant stipulates that districts use the money to address learning loss outside of school hours through the implementation of evidence-based interventions and
ensure that those interventions respond to students’ social, emotional, and academic needs.

Please take time to let us know your thoughts by completing the brief survey.

This survey will remain open now through December 10, 2021.


PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE SAFETY SURVEY

The City of Clarkston is evaluating the pedestrian routes around CHS, Parkway Elementary, Grantham Elementary, and Holy Family School, in order to recommend improvements that will provide increased safety for all users during the school year. We would like your feedback on the existing conditions and other thoughts you might have. If you live, work, or own a business that is located within these areas, we'd appreciate hearing from you. Surveys will close on December 10, 2021. Thank you.

Clarkston High School Safety Study Survey

Parkway Elementary Safety Study Survey

Grantham Elementary Safety Study Survey

Holy Family Catholic School Safety Study Survey



SCREENING TESTING FOR SPORTING ACTIVITIES

  • To ensure safe participation in athletics, schools must institute screening testing protocols for unvaccinated athletes, coaches, trainers, and other personnel who work with athletes in high-risk indoor sports.
  • Screening testing is required for all unvaccinated athletes in high-risk indoor sports (basketball, wrestling, water polo, and indoor cheer). Fully vaccinated athletes do not have to participate in screening testing. Screening testing of unvaccinated participants must be performed twice weekly using a molecular or antigen test.
    • A rapid antigen test must be performed on all unvaccinated athletes either the day before or the day of the competition.
    • The second test during the week should be performed 3-4 days prior to or after the competition and may be a molecular or antigen test.
Read more about screening testing for sporting activities...


REGISTER TO VOTE!


Our district would like to encourage those who are 18 or older to register to
Vote imagevote. With a Washington State Driver’s License or State Identification card, it is quick and simple at VoteWA.gov. VoteWA allows you to register to vote, update your voter registration, view voters’ guides, check the status of your voter registration and get election results. If you do not have a driver’s license or state ID, you can register using your Social Security number and a paper registration form. If you prefer to register by mail, pick up a Washington State Voter Registration Form available at your school’s office or at the Asotin County Auditor’s Office. You can also download one here https://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/print-voter-registration-forms.aspx and mail it to:

Darla McKay, Asotin County Auditor
PO Box 129
Asotin, WA  99402

Questions? Contact the auditor’s office at (509)243-2084.


WEBSITE DESIGN FEEDBACK


Parents, Students, and Community Members,

We are moving to a new school district website design in the near future. Our goal is to create a more simplified and user friendly place to get information about our schools. We are interested in your feedback. Will you please take a moment to share with us your thoughts? Here is the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CSD21Website


COVID-19 UPDATE WITH TABLE (12/3/21)

In the last 14 days there have been 80 COVID cases in Asotin County. As of Friday, December 3, there were 22 COVID cases reported in the Clarkston School District.

School

Student cases in the last week

Clarkston High School

12

Educational Opportunity Center

0

Lincoln Middle School

6

Grantham Elementary

1

Heights Elementary

2

Highland Elementary

0

Parkway Elementary

1

Total District Count

22

School cluster definition

School outbreak definition

Multiple cases comprising at least 10% of students, teachers, or staff within a specified core group* OR

Multiple cases comprising at least 10% of students, teachers, or staff within a specified core group* OR

At least 3 cases within a specified core group* meeting criteria for a school-associated COVID-19 case; AND

At least 3 cases within a specified core group* meeting criteria for a probable or confirmed school-associated COVID-19 case; AND

Cases have symptom onset or positive test result within 14 days of each other, AND

Cases have symptom onset or positive test result within 14 days of each other, AND

Cases were not identified as close contacts of each other in another setting (i.e., household) outside of the school setting, AND

Cases were not identified as close contacts of each other in another setting (i.e., household) outside of the school setting, AND

Cases were epidemiologically linked in the school setting or a school-sanctioned extracurricular activity

Cases were epidemiologically linked in the school setting or a school-sanctioned extracurricular activity

* A “core group” includes but is not limited to extracurricular activity, cohort group, classroom, before/after school care, etc.)
A school sanctioned extracurricular activity is defined as a voluntary activity sponsored by the school or local education agency (LEA) or an organization sanctioned by the LEA. Extracurricular activities include, but are not limited to, preparation for and involvement in public performances, contests, athletic competitions, demonstrations, displays, and club activities.
For onset, use symptom onset date whenever available. If symptom onset date is unknown or if a case is asymptomatic, use specimen collection date for the first specimen that tested positive. The 14-day period refers to 14 days before the date of first symptom onset or first positive test sample.


CSD CENTRALIZED ENROLLMENT


In the Fall of 2021, Clarkston School District implemented centralized enrollment. This means that families new to the area or choicing into the district (transitional kindergarten through sixth grade), will need to contact Inga McCarter at the district office (509) 758-2531. Inga will collect registration information and assign students to a school.

Frequently asked Questions (FAQ)

Question: Why is the district moving to centralized enrollment?
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District Headlines

arrowsRegulation of Dangerous Weapons on School Premises
11/01/2018
It is a violation of district policy and state law for any person to carry a firearm or dangerous weapon on school premises, school-provided transportation or areas of other facilities being used exclusively for school activities unless specifically authorized by state law.
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arrowsDistrict Report Card
08/27/2018
Demographic information, test scores, and more for the Clarkston School District can be found on the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction's website...
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arrowsReceive Updates Via Text - Sign Up Now!
08/09/2018
Want to receive communications from the Clarkston School District? Sign up for their SMS feature!
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arrowsCSD Enrollment Requirements
02/28/2017
Clarkston School District requires all students to have proof of a physical address within the Clarkston School District.
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