Clarkston High School Bond Website -- The Clarkston School District unveiled a new website (https://www.csdk12.org/o/csdwa/page/2023-clarkston-bond) this week to provide information and answer questions about the upcoming school bond, slated to arrive in voters’ hands in April 2023. The website includes virtual images of the inside and outside of the building. It also contains a list of frequently asked questions and four links for users to visit that show a virtual reality (VR) representation of a classroom, science lab, learning commons, and a career and technical education (CTE) space.
Teen Suicide Prevention - Featured Documentary
Motivational Speaker, Jeff Yalden, in Clarkston on December 5, 2022
Families -- We were made aware this morning of an armed robbery in Lewiston and that LCSC was put on lockdown due to police activity in the area. We have been in contact with law enforcement and have been assured that there is no threat to our students and educators at any of our campuses. We will update you if there is any change. Thank you.
"Tough Stuff" Building confidence in talking to your child about suicide, mental health, and substance use. Open house, keynote speaker, and panel discussion on October 26, 2022, starting at 5:30 p.m. See flyer for more information.
Clarkston School District's Career & Technical Education department is seeking community input regarding our programs. This input will help drive future planning and implementation of CTE programs to best equip students to succeed beyond high school. Thank you for investing your time. Clarkston School District Career & Technical Education Survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1qBaKVd3onm1yXi42QUkCgRLm8uJn2chlZeoyIUCbwDs/viewform?edit_requested=true
We want to thank our EOC staff, students, and alumni for being a part of our incredible story! Watch the 2022-23 EOC Highlight Video created by KLEW-TV at https://5il.co/1ft9d
Our hearts are broken for the families and community of Uvalde, Texas. Our community and country are also experiencing sadness and fear as we learn more about the senseless violence. We have wonderful counselors, social workers, and other caring adults that are here for the support of our students and staff.
This year's extreme heat and dry conditions are causing greater risk of fires. In collaboration with the Clarkston and Asotin County Fire Departments, a decision has been made to not allow fireworks on school property. The Community Spirit Fireworks Show will still be held at 10:00 pm on Adams Field in Clarkston and can be viewed from your home or local neighborhood park. Thank you for your understanding and support.
At their March 29 meeting, the Clarkston School District Board of Directors voted to open all schools for full-time, in-person instruction on April 12, 2021. The following plan will be implemented: read more.