Clear Lake Elementary

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  • Clear Lake Elementary
    Dina Fox, Principal

    P.O Box 128 (23631 Lake St.) Clear Lake, WA 98235
    Phone: 360-855-3530    
    Fax: 360-855-3531
    Office Hours 8-4
    School Hours 9-3:30 (except most Wednesdays-10:00-3:30) to excuse your student's absence 
    to email any staff member, use initial of first name full last name

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    School Hours: 9:00 - 3:30 except most Wednesdays

    Wednesdays  Schedule:  10:00 - 3:30 for staff development, except November 7 and 21 (12:30 release days), and June 12. 

    Grades: K-6 
    Enrollment: 306

    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 Distinction for Washington State during the 2015,  2016, and 2017 school years.  The award is given to the top 5% in our state based on continuous improvement in student achievement in math and reading over the past 5 years.

    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.

    Special Opportunities
    • 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
    • Sedro Woolley Coop Preschool is no longer located at Clear Lake Elementary.  The preschool can reached by emailing
    • Sedro-Woolley School District encourages parents to be a part of their child's education.
  • Back to School Info

    The office will be open August 20-24th for registration and other questions, hours 8:00 to 4:00.  During the week of August 27-30, hours will be sporadic due to meetings.  Phone messages can be left at 360-855-3530 or emails to will be checked.  Open House is August 30, 4:30 to 6:30. 

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  • The Sedro Woolley School District will furnish all school supplies, except backpacks, in the 2018-2019 school year for grades Kindergarten through 6th. If you need help getting a back pack, please let your school office know.  Some teachers may request your child have a water bottle.

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