email@example.com excuse your student's absence
to email any staff member, use initial of first name full last name @swsd.k12.wa.us
Clear Lake Elementary has been identified for the Washington Achievement Award for 2014–15, 2015-2016, and again for 2016-2017. This reflects improved student performance and growth in reading and math. Clear Lake was selected for high progress based on the top 10% of schools making the most progress in reading or English Language Arts and math combined performance of all student groups using three years of data.
Clear Lake Elementary was recognized as a School of Distinctionfor Washington State during the 2015 and 2016 school years. The award is given to the top 5% (99 schools statewide-the only school in Skagit County this year) in our state based on continuous improvement in student achievement in math and reading over the past 5 years.
School Hours: 9:00 - 3:30
Wednesdays Schedule: 10:00 - 3:30 (for staff development) except October 25, 26, and November 8 and 22. October 25, 26 and November 22 hours are 9:00 to 12:30 p.m. November 8 hours are 9:00-3:30.
Grades: K-6 (Co-op Pre-School on Site) Enrollment: 317
Our Core Belief:
At Clear Lake Elementary, we create an environment which develops a student’s fundamental skills, connects them to their community, and creates a lifelong learner.
Located south of the Skagit River, Clear Lake Elementary serves elementary students within the Clear Lake and Day Creek communities.
LAP, Speech, and special education services are available, as well as physical education, music, art, library, and technology instruction.
The VISIONS Program, a school within a school, uses a developmental approach to learning and requires parent participation in the classroom. To contact the VISIONS program, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clear Lake Elementary also houses the Sedro-Woolley Co-op preschool, a program for both toddlers and preschool aged students. The preschool can be reached at 855-3814 or by emailing email@example.com
Sedro-Woolley School District encourages parents to be a part of their child's education.
We miss you when you are gone! Mrs. Slabodnik (AKA Mrs. S.) went to a statewide counselor workshop on attendance. She found out that by 6th grade, chronic absence becomes a leading indicator that a student will not graduate with their class. You can help us prevent chronic absence, which is missing 10% of the school year for any reason. That comes out to 12 days out of the first two trimesters or 18 days total for the year. According to a report on the website Get Schooled, achievement, especially in math, is very sensitive to attendance. Their website has an attendance calculator based on research. Using the calculator, if Mrs. S. were in 6th grade right now and had missed 12 days of school, her chances of graduating on time would be 73%. To use the attendance calculator, please see https://getschooled.com/dashboard/tool/343-attendance-counts. Our goal is to have more students attending regularly – missing no more than 5 days in the school year. Being in school leads to succeeding in school.