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Special School Board Work Session - 04/05/19

Clarkston, WA - A Special School Board Work Session of the Board of Directors of the Clarkston School District J250-185 will be held Monday, April 8, 2019 from 5:00-5:45 p.m. at Lincoln Middle School, 1945 4th Avenue, Clarkston, WA.  The purpose of this meeting is to allow Northwest Leadership Associates and board members time to discuss items relating to the superintendent search.


Clarkston School District Second Graders begin 4th Annual Water Safety Lessons at the Asotin County Family Aquatic Center - 04/05/19

Clarkston, WA - The Clarkston School District, in partnership with the Asotin County Family Aquatic Center and the Friends of Parks and Recreation, begin to educate every district 2nd grader on water safety beginning April 9th.  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.  Clarkston School District 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 is partnering for a third year with 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, “We are spoiled with the many opportunities and warm climate to enjoy various water activities in this area.  We want to make sure that our students receive the basic skills to stay safe around the water.  We are proud of this ongoing community partnership.”

The program will run from April 9-19, Tuesday through Thursday, at the Asotin County Aquatic Center between 9 and 11 a.m.