A week from tomorrow several youth will be out on the hunt for some sweet treats, creative costumes and fun activities. Again this year, several of our fire stations and engine crews will be hosting trick – or – treating, hot cider, cocoa, engine/station tours and even a hospitality tent.
We would very much appreciate you sharing the attached flier with the children and families you know. We hope to see a wide array of costumes this year!
AND, we have begun our annual holiday toy and food drive collections. Our engine crews will be out and about in Mid-November delivering food collection barrels to various elementary schools in our fire district. If you haven’t been contacted in the past for this activity, please let me know and we will get you on our contact list for our Toy & Food Drive Coordinator, Melissa, to reach out to you. For now, please begin to spread the word, all of our fire stations are collection sites for canned foods, and toys/gifts. Last year we served just under 300 families, help us serve that many and more this holiday season. If you would like to come assist with the food sorting and delivery mark your calendar, for Saturday, December 20th. We begin the food sorting at 8:00am at our Brooks facility: 4910 Brooklake Rd NE, Building #1.
Thank you for you continued support, if there is ever anything we can do for you please don’t hesitate to reach out!
Marion County Fire District #1
Desk: (503) 588-6510
If your child qualified for our After Dark program, we need you. We are in need a few more volunteers to help chaperon this fun night. Please use the link below to sign up.http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0c4da5ad2da31-clear11
If your student was absent on picture day, don't worry! Picture retake day is scheduled for October 30th. Picture packets are available in the lobby. Or contact the office and we will get a packet home to you.
Extra packets are available in the school lobby.
9:25 - Kindergarten Mrs. Ratliff's class
9:35 - Kindergarten Ms. Connor's class
9:45 - 1st Grade Mrs. Clendening's class
10:00 - 1st Grade Mrs. Luth's class
10:10 - 1st Grade Mrs. Frank's class
10:20 - 2nd Grade Mrs. McFadden's class
10:35 - 2nd Grade Mrs. Voy's class
10:45 - 2nd Grade Mrs. Bye's class
10:55 - 3rd Grade Mrs. Austria's class
11:10 - 3rd Grade Mrs. Juskowiak's class
11:20 - 3rd Grade Ms. Percey's class
11:30 - LSC Ms. Gibbons class
11:45 - 5th Grade Mrs. Sydow's class
12:05 - 5th Grade Mrs. Goff's class
12:20 - 5th Grade Mrs. Martindale's class
12:30 - 4th Grade Mr. Johnson's class
12:40 - 4th Grade Mrs. Parkers class
12:55 - 4th Grade Ms. Nash's class
It's time for our annual Jog-a-thon! Below is a link for volunteers. Please make sure you have filled out a District background check within the past 5 years. Or follow this link to fill a new one out. http://www.salemkeizer.org/content/human-resources/volunteer
To volunteer at this years event please visit this website to sign up! We need lots of volunteers to make this fun event run smoothly. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0c4da5ad2da31-clear15
We encourage families to come out on this day to root your children on. Please make sure that you first sign in through the office. Below is a list of time classes will be running.
5th Grade Sydow*, Goff, Martindale 9:30-9:50
4th Grade Johnson*, Parker, Nash 10:00-10:20
3rd Grade Austria, Percey*, Juskowiak 10:30-10:50
Kindergarten Ratliff, Connor 10:55-11:15
1st Grade Luth, Clendening, Franks 1:15-1:35
2nd Grade McFadden, Voy, Bye 1:45-2:05
*LSC with grade-a-like classrooms
It's that time of year again. Clear Lake staff is very excited to show off our new floors at Open House.
We hope you can join us from 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm on Tuesday, September 2nd. This we be an informal time for students to come in and meet their teachers, see their classrooms and drop off classroom supplies. Class lists will be posted at this time and we are asking parents to understand that there is a lot of consideration that goes into creating these class lists, therefore we will not be making any changes to them. Our PTA will be here handing out lots of information about upcoming events and our kitchen will be open to collect money for lunches. We hope that this opportunity to come in early will help ease back to school jitters.
See you then, if you have any questions our office hours are from 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Clear Lake is getting all new floors, roof and new HVAC! We are very excited to see our new shiny building this fall. Below is a copy of next years school supply list. This is different from the stores list. Please remember that this is just a suggested list. See you all very soon.
We are currently enrolling kindergarten students for the fall of 2014. If you have a student who will be five by September 10th, please stop by our office for a registration packet. If you know of any friends or neighbors who will have a student attending our school next year and do not have any other siblings, please make sure to pass this information along to them.
To complete the enrollment packet, parents must provide a birth certificate, immunizations and proof of residence. Our office hours are 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM and we are open until June 24th. If you have any questions, please contact us at 503-399-3138.
Clear Lake PTA would like to thank all the many volunteers, staff, students, community members and business owners who took a part in this years auction. It was a great success! Fun times, and lots of memories to be had. Without all of the support, this event could not happen. Please take a minutes to review the donor list below. Make sure to thank them on your next visit.
This years auction raised over $19,000! PTA will take some of those proceeds to carry over for next years budget since the auction only takes place every other year. Way to go Cougars!!!
STUDENT PICK UP AND DROP OFF AREAS:
Parents, we want your children to be safe. Please do not send them to school before 9:00 am. If your child is a breakfast eater, he or she may enter the breakfast room through the south door (in front of the school building) at 8:50 am; otherwise, your student should not be on campus until after 9:00 when our doors officially open and supervision is available.
IN THE AFTERNOON: After school, your child should be picked up in the
student loading area located in front of the school (south side).
We have supervision in front where parents may remain in their car.
Please drive all the way forward, just past the flagpole. This allows
several cars to wait behind you and expedites the student pick up process.
IN THE BUS AREA: Some children are walking between busses and cars
in order to get to their waiting parent. Unless your student is riding the bus,
he or she should be picked up at the south side (the front) of the building.
Help us help your child understand that he or she must wait for you in
front where supervisors can assist with student crossings!
CELL PHONES AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES:
Unless the device is provided by the school for learning purposes, students are not allowed to bring any electronic devices to school such as toys, games and cell phones. We have had instances where such devices have become lost or have created disruptions and distractions to the learning environment.
If your child must bring a cell phone to school, please have him/her drop it off in the office for safekeeping until the end of the day. You may contact the school at (503) 399-3138 if you wish to send a message to your child. Should a student be caught with a device in his/her possession, it shall be taken away until arrangements can be made for you to pick it up.