Clark News
Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year!

February 3 - 12

School breaks should be exciting.  For some, no school means not enough food.  Lunch for the Break ensures all ISD kids have enough to eat, even when school's out.  Each grade is responsible for gather the following for the drive: 

  • Kindergarten—Canned tuna or chicken and Crackers
  • First Grade—Standard size of Cereal and 12-18 ounce jar of jam/jelly
  • Second Grade—Dry Black Beans and Granola Bars
  • Third Grade—16 ounce box of Spaghetti and Peanut Butter
  • Fourth Grade—Progresso or Chunky canned soup and 8-24 count of Corn tortillas
  • Fifth Grade—24 ounce jar of pasta sauce and Shelf stable milk boxes (2% or chocolate)
  • Sci-Tech—16-32 ounce bags of white rice and 15 ounce or larger cans of Canned peaches or pineapple

If you would like to contribute, but are not able to donate food, please consider making a financial contribution to help purchase perishables.  Each box costs $55 to fill, pack, deliver.  For every $3.75 donated an item will be added to your child's grade tally.

February 12, 2020 is the last day to donate.  Your donations directly impact families experiencing food insecurity in our community. Visit Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank for more information.

Volunteers are also needed for gathering and delivering goods to Our Savior's Lutheran Church on Wednesday, February 12, at the end of school. SIGN UP HERE TO VOLUNTEER
The grade that brings in the most items wins a popcorn party!


It’s Time to Register for 2020-21 Kindergarten

If your child will be 5 on or before August 31, 2020, it is time to register for Kindergarten!

Stop by the Clark office between 8:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Friday to pick up a registration packet.

Online Kindergarten Enrollment opens on Monday, February 3.

Go to :

After you have completed the online application, bring your required documents to Clark on either February 6th or 7th between 8:00AM- 4:00PM to complete the registration process.

Clothing Donations Needed

The nurse's office is in need of boy's sweat pants, and underwear for the Health Room.  Sizes for 3rd - 5th grade students are needed.  Please drop off all donations to the front office. 

Important Information

What is the Title I/LAP Reading Program?

The Title I/LAP Program, called Reading Club at Clark, provides supplemental reading support to selected students in Kindergarten through Fifth grade. 

A certificated teacher provides research-based strategies to small groups of students to increase reading skills. 

Our curriculum supports the learning in the classroom.


Who do we serve?

Student eligibility in Title I/LAP Reading Club is determined by:

 [*]A rank ordered list based on:

        *assessment scores from the SBA and 
Fountas and Pinnell reading assessments
        *screening for phonological awareness and
sounds in Kindergarten
        *report card grades in reading

        *teacher recommendation

 [*]Students must qualify each year to be eligible for 
         Title I/LAP support

[*]Students with a reading IEP are not eligible for 
         Title I/LAP support

Clark Reading Club

Student goals will be based on need, such as:

  • Early reading skills
  • Phonics
  • Comprehension
  • Thinking skills
  • Fluency

The setting of Reading Club services will be determined by collaborating with each classroom teacher.


The more that you READ,
the more things you will KNOW.
The more that you LEARN,
the more places you'll GO.

~ Dr. Seuss

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