Thankful – (adj.). grateful,  appreciative,  pleased, gratified, obliged, indebted.


It’s all that and more! In this season of thankfulness, I am reminded of all that we, the Clark Community, have to be pleased, gratified, appreciative, “foster life-long learning, imagination, critical thinking and global awareness.”


Let me share a few of the many things for which I am most thankful:


  • Kids that come to school well-fed, rested and excited to learn.
  • A dedicated and supportive parent community and PTA that puts kids’ needs first!
  • A teaching staff that is second to none in their skill, dedication to kids and their willingness to continue learning together.
  • The BEST support staff (para’s, cooks, custodian, secretaries) with a “can do” attitude to make anything happen.
  • A facility that is beautiful both inside and out.


I am so thankful being apart of this learning community.  Best wishes this holiday season.


See you in 2019!



Kindergarten Parent Information Night 

Do you have a child that will be 5 on or before August 31, 2019 and you live within the Clark attendance area?  If so, we invite you to join us for a parent only Kindergarten Registration Information Night on Monday, February 4th at 6:00PM in the Clark Multi Purpose Room.

We will distribute registration packets, answer questions and review the registration process in detail.

If you are unable to attend this important event, you may begin the registration process online at the Issaquah School District Website beginning on Tuesday, February 5th.



Second Grade Highly Capable Testing 

Highly capable testing for second grade students will occur January 15 through January 18 and continue March 5 through March 7. Students who are identified as “most highly capable” will be invited to enter either SAGE or MERLIN in the 2019-20 school year. Second grade students attending private or home-based schools are invited to participate and are encouraged to contact their boundary school. More information about the Issaquah School District Highly Capable Program and testing for second grade students is available on the Issaquah School District Website at  



Support Basic Student Needs

The season of caring is here! Please give students the support they need by donating to the Issaquah Schools Foundation’s Basic Student Needs programs, including food aid, free school supplies and the Nurses Fund. Read more about how these programs help students:


Dining for Kids at Zeeks Pizza Issaquah
Wednesday, January 2: All day – Ring in the New Year and enjoy a great meal for a great cause! Dine at Zeeks Pizza in Issaquah Highlands on January 2 and Zeeks will donate a portion of your bill to Issaquah Schools Foundation. Learn more: