If you have time in your schedule to come to the school- or do something at home- Clear Lake can use your support. Volunteers help the school keep our high quality programs going strong and allow our staff to do even more with our time. It is a tremendous resource that can help in a big way. Click Volunteer job descriptions to see a brief description of a few volunteer jobs. If you are interested, click Volunteer Form English 2010 to download a volunteer background check form.
Be a part of the Clear Lake Elementary team that helps our students learn and grow every day!!!
The second grade class in Mrs. Johnson’s room & is highly motivated to do their best at their spelling tests. When students score 90% or better, they have a short meeting and mini-celebration with Principal Luhman. The kids work hard to practice their words and are improving their spelling skills. Mr. Luhman hopes he is soon meeting with the WHOLE class- a likely possibility given how hard the students are trying!
What a wonderful display of author information provided by our music teacher, Lori Kelley. Students created a likeness of themselves, true to their style, and added author information inside. a few hundred of these creations line the hallway between our gym and music room. Thanks to Ms. Kelley and every student who took the time to personalize their creation and show their author style.
Students in 4th grade met with a first grade class today in the first of many “Buddy Class” activities. Buddy classes provide an opportunity for older students to work with younger students. It provides positive relationships, positive role modeling, one-on-one teaching, and fun for the older students, as well as the younger ones.
On Wednesday the 26th, Oregon Senator Ron Wyden visited Clear Lake Elementary School.
Senator Wyden helped serve a bit of locally grown corn,supplied to CL by local farms as part of the Farm To School program. He then toured our CL garden, listened to 5th graders tell him about their work and plans for the garden. Click HERE to see a KMTR video of the visit.