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Clarkston, WA - The Clarkston School District is pleased to announce its finalists for the open Principal position at Clarkston High School beginning the 2017-18 school year. After a careful review of applicants applying for the position by a team of CSD staff, John Heley (current Principal at Asotin Middle School), Dan LejaMeyer (current Assistant Principal at Clarkston High School), Doug LaMunyan (current Superintendent and High School Principal Pomeroy School District), and Samantha Ogden (current Principal at Heights Elementary School) were selected as finalists for the position.
The Clarkston School District invites parents and the community to join us for a "Meet & Greet" of the finalists from 2:45-3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26th in the CHS Cafeteria (located inside the Auditorium). As our valued partners, we ask you to come and meet the candidates and give us input about this very important decision we will make.
Clarkston, WA - The Clarkston School District in partnership with the Asotin County Aquatic Center and the Friends of Parks and Recreation begin to educate every district 2nd grader on water safety beginning today. Each 2nd grader will be transported from their elementary school to the Aquatic Center two times each week over the next two weeks for approximately sixty minutes of water safety, swim instruction, and play. CSD PE teachers will work alongside instructors to bridge learning with the Washington State Learning Standards for Physical Education.
This program started during the 2015-16 school year and was supported for a second year by the Friends of Parks and Recreation who are paying for the costs of the swim instructors. The aim is that continuing this program long term will afford all students critical water safety and potentially life-saving skills. Jim Fry, Assistant Superintendent commented, "with the easy access to water in our region, learning these skills is not just for fun and exercise, but may be crucial for saving a life."
The program will begin the week students return from Spring Break and run April 11th-21st at the Asotin County Aquatic Center between 9 and 11 a.m.