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New Enrollment Requirements - 02/07/17

Clarkston, WA -- Clarkston School District is changing their enrollment practices to require all students to have proof of a physical address within the Clarkston School District. This change was made to get on level with most other school districts in the state of Washington who require some form of proof of residency. The District is implementing this change for the start of the 2017-2018 school year which starts now with the yearly registration process.

Any new student to the district will be required to verify residency prior to being enrolled. Acceptable forms of proof of residency include a utility bill, lease agreement, or other documentation that you live at an address in our school district. Current students will need to provide proof of a physical address during the registration process.

Registration is open now through March 3, at your local school. Please remember to bring your proof of residency when turning in your forms.

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Invitation to Attend CSD K-5 Math Adoption Presentation - 02/03/17

Clarkston, WA - Parents, teachers, and community members, you are invited to the Clarkston School District K-5 math adoption presentation taking place on February 15, 2017 starting at 5:30 p.m. at the District Office Board Room.

Several teachers who are part of the committee will be presenting. They will share about the adoption process and give a comparison of the final two resources that are being considered. A lesson from each resource will be presented as a way to highlight the similarities and differences.

This event will begin at 5:30 p.m., where you will have an opportunity to ask questions one-on-one, as well look through examples of the materials. Then from 6:00 to 7:00 the presentation will take place, with the final 15 minutes set aside for question and answer.

The committee looks forward to sharing their progress on the adoption of a new math curriculum. This event will take place in the Clarkston School District Board Room at 1294 Chestnut Street, Clarkston.

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Career Fair for Clarkston High School Students - 01/31/17

Clarkston, WA - The Washington State University GEAR UP Program at Clarkston High School in partnership with the Clarkston Education Foundation (CEF) will host the annual Clarkston High School GEAR UP Career Fair on February 1, 2017, from 8:15 to 2:30 PM in the CHS main gym.

Each CHS student will have the opportunity to attend the fair during one class period throughout the day. It is expected that 80-120 students will attend the career fair during each class period. Prior to this event, CHS students will have taken career planning surveys to assist them in discovering their own interests, talents and values.

Mr. Pat Sobotta, GEAR UP Coordinator at Clarkston High School confirmed that 47 businesses/organizations from the LC Valley and several from as far away as Pullman and Moscow will be set up in the CHS main gym ready to meet with students. "The career fair fits nicely into the high school setting as the school is now required to assist all students with a 'high school and beyond plan,' which is a State of Washington graduation requirement," Sobotta said. "The Career Fair is an amazing opportunity for our students to speak with real people about the specific career pathways that interest them."