6... Coffee with Christy 9:30AM P9

      Kindergarten Concert 7:00PM MPR

7....PTA Recess with Kids 11:45AM - 1:20PM  Playground

21..PTA Spring Social  5:00 - 8:00PM  Playground

26..PTA Field Day  see below for details



The Clark Site Council is currently accepting applications.

Site Council Statement of Purpose

The members of the Clark Site Council  (CLKSC) will:

  • Maintain a positive and fun working environment
  • Provide a forum for improved collaboration on school-wide education decisions
  • Create a trusting environment that listens, communicates and responds to constituents needs
  • Enhance the learning environment of students and the work environment of staff
  • Address the concerns of the learning community
  • Actively support Clark's Mission Statement
  • Keep student’s needs first and foremost
  • Effectively communicate with our community and each other
  • Encourage each other to explore and learn from various perspectives

Site councils are established by the District as a means to add value to the leadership and management of schools.  They are intended to increase understanding, trust, and support throughout the school system, especially by generating ideas, improving communications and removing barriers to understanding among stakeholders.  Past agenda items at Clark have included:  School Improvement Plan and evaluation data, Clark remodel, and various other issues.

Site Council meets about 4 times a year – typically the 3rd Friday of the month from 8:00-9:00AM.  Site Council positions require a two year commitment.

If you are interested in serving on Clark’s Site Council, please complete the short Self-Nomination form on the Clark website and return it to the office.   All self-nominations are due by the end of the day on Monday, May 27th .  If you have any questions regarding Site Council, please feel free to contact Christy Otley at



Help the class of 2027 raise funds for their 5th Grade Experience!

We will be selling Car Wash tickets via Local Charity Program.

On Wednesdays and Fridays through June 21st come find us at the student pick up line after school.

 Ask us for details on pre-orders and direct delivery! 


Open Enrollment at Clark!

Now is the time to enroll “NEW to Clark” students. Families must live in the Clark attendance area to enroll for the upcoming 2019-20 school year.

 Visit the Issaquah School District website to begin the process.   

The following documents are required for enrollment:

  • child’s proof of birth date (birth certificate or passport)
  • Parent photo identification
  • child’s immunization records
  • Residency verification (a copy of your purchase papers or lease agreement and a utility bill no more than 30 days old)

Early enrollment is very important as we plan staffing and allocate resources for the new school year. 


Are you moving?

If your student(s) will not be attending Clark next year, please let the office know as soon as possible.  Also, please be sure to update the office if you have moved or changed your contact information so we have the correct information on file.


Congratulations to all Clark Sharks for working hard to sustain our Level 4 rating for a s 2nd year!  To learn more about how the program works:



 school supplies

Order Securely Online

Starting Now thru June 16th. 

Late orders start June 17th – July 7th 2019 

  1. Go to
  2. Enter the school ID CLA205 (3 letters/3 numbers)
  3. Follow the directions to complete you order.
  4. Keep your online confirmation as your receipt.


Orders will be charged tax at checkout. 

Email if you need access to a computer to order your supplies.


Spring Social

We wanted to invite everyone to the playground on Friday, June 21st 5:00-8:00PM

for a FREE picnic. We'll provide pizza, a few snacks and some water.      

You just bring your family, something to sit on and any snacks you'd normally take to the park. 

Please RSVP HERE so that we can get an idea of how many pizza's we need to order.

We hope to see many of you there before our last week of the year!


Field Day

Field Day is back at Clark and will take place the morning of Wednesday, June 26th! This is always a fun event to close out the school year and ring in the summer. There will be a variety of fun activities and competitions for the kids to participate in. Please make sure kids are dressed comfortably for outdoor activities. And break out the sunglasses, Hawaiian shirts, flower leis and grass skirts because our Field Day will have a Luau theme this year. The schedule will be as follows:


4th and 5th grades: 9:20 - 10:00

2nd and 3rd grades: 10:10 - 10:50

Kindergarten and 1st grade: 11:00 - 11:40


Field Day will not happen without help from parents, so please consider signing up to help your child's class and make this event a great success!  SIGN UP here to volunteer:



ELPA 21 Scores

ELPA 21 scores will be available to view in Family Access on Friday, June 7th.  If you have questions regarding scores, please contact Deanna Buder at


New Teacher Website Tool Survey 

A leadership advisory team has formed to explore a replacement for Connect as the teacher website tool. As part of our selection process we would like to hear from parents about what they would like in a classroom web tool.

Our goals include finding a tool that:

  • Meets communication needs for teacher to student and families
  • Provides a consistent look and feel throughout the district
  • Integrates with other online tools such as Office365, Classlink, Skyward and online textbooks
  • Is accessible to persons with disabilities
  • Includes translation tools for a variety of languages 

Please take a few minutes to complete the survey by clicking this link: 


Exceptional Placement Math Test for Incoming 6th grade students.

Exceptional Placement provides an additional acceleration option for students who are ready to skip CC 7/8 and begin middle school in CC 8/Algebra 1. Interested students must demonstrate sufficient mastery of CC 7/8 concepts and skills on a district-administered assessment. The exceptional placement assessment will be offered to interested students on Wednesday, June 19 from 2:00-4:00 OR Wednesday, June 26 from 4:00-6:00 at the Issaquah Middle School Library. *Since CC6 math is taught in the 5th grade MERLIN program, 5th grade MERLIN students will take the CC 7/8 Math Mastery Assessment test in their classrooms each spring.

To register to take the Exceptional Placement assessment please complete the sign up at by June 7. Once a student has qualified for Exceptional Placement, parents make the final determination of whether or not to accept that placement. Further information will be provided to families of students who qualify for Exceptional Placement to help inform this decision. More information can be found at or you may contact Susan Ford at or 425-377-7051.


YOU are the KEY to Student Success!

Thank you to everyone who supported Nourish Every Mind 2019!  Click HERE to see all of the fun event pictures, inspiring videos and a special Thank You to our Corporate Sponsors!



Tools4School is a partnership between the Issaquah Schools Foundation and Issaquah Food & Clothing bank to provide new backpacks filled with school supplies for Issaquah School District K-12 students who need financial support.  You can help provide the backpacks and supplies by donating online here.  If you, or someone you know needs help with school supplies, participants can register here.


Summer Volunteer Opportunities for Cultural Bridges

Do you like helping kids? Love books? Are you bilingual Spanish/English? (not necessary) Want to do something to help your community this summer? Then this Summer Bilingual Book Club volunteer opportunity is for you! Click HERE to sign up to volunteer.  This program is made possible thanks to the partnership of the Issaquah School District, the King County Library System and the Issaquah Schools Foundation!