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    Starting Monday, December 5th, we would like to have as many students, parents and teachers take part in “Speak Up America 2016” week.  The survey closes on Friday, January 13th, but we would like to get them completed before break.  We are encouraging all teachers, students and parents to participate in the annual Speak Up National Research Project, which provides participating schools, districts and non-profit organizations with a suite to online surveys and reports to collect authentic feedback from stakeholders on important education issues. Input from students, parents, teachers, administrators and community members will help create a vision for 21st century learning for our students. Survey results will be made available to educational leaders at the state and national level as well as our district.

     

    The survey is located here:  http://www.speakup4schools.org/speakup2016/

    The student password (all lower case): hammond

    All other surveys do not require a password

    SpeakUp2016_CallforParticipation_Spanish.pdf



    Our reading/writing side-by-side will be on Friday, December 2, 2016.  Parents/Guardians/Loved Ones can attend school for the day provided that they complete and passe a background check.  Please contact Mrs. Syler for more information! 


    We are always looking for donations for the Trading Post to be used as student incentives. Students may purchase these items with Clark Cash!!! Right now we are well equipped for school supplies. What kids are asking for are the following:

    a. Food items like small bags of chips, pretzels, candy, etc.
    b. The kids have been asking for electronics like headphones, earbuds, batteries, etc.
    c. Some have put sports gear, souvenirs, etc. on the list. 
    Anything you can do to help will be greatly appreciated.

    The PBIS Committee

     PIONEER NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

    11-28-2016 Powderhorn 
    11-21-2016 Powderhorn
    11-14-2016 Powderhorn
    11-07-16 Powderhorn.docx
    10-31-16 Powderhorn.docx
    10-25-16 Powderhorn
    10-17-16 Powderhorn.docx


    PARENTS!! The Clark Parent/Teacher/Student Association needs you! 
    Please click the link below for more info and an application! 

    CLARK PTSA MEMBERSHIP FORM - .jpg
    PTA MEMBERSHIP Spanish 2015-2016 .jpg

    The Clark Media Center / Library is open for student use from 2:30-3:30.

    Recent News

    How to find us


    New IN Race/Ethnicity Reporting Requirement
    Letter to Parents: English- Spanish ; Brochure: English - Spanish
    Reporting Form: English - Spanish

    Keeping Children Home When They Are Ill: English - Spanish
    Fact Sheets: Pertussis (Whooping Cough) ; Meningococcal Disease: English - Spanish  HPV.pdf

    It is the policy of the School City of Hammond not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin,age or handicap in its programs as required by the Indiana Civil Rights Act (I.C. 22-9.1), Title VI and VII (Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX (Educational Amendments), and Section 504 (Rehabilitation Act of 1973).
    Si usted necesita información acerca del School City of Hammond (las escuelas públicas de Hammond), de alguna escuela de nuestro distrito en particular, o de algún programa en español u otro idioma, por favor, llame a nuestro departamento de educación bilingüe si necesita ayuda al (219) 933-2455.


    Robert Wilson Principal
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