Our hearts are broken for the families and community of Uvalde, Texas. Our community and country are also experiencing sadness and fear as we learn more about the senseless violence. We have wonderful counselors, social workers, and other caring adults that are here for the support of our students and staff.
about 1 month ago, Keri Myklebust
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The Arcora Foundation – SmileMobile dental clinic (3 operatories) is here and located at Grantham Elementary School. The dentist – Dr. Jennifer Domagalski and team will see babies (first tooth), children and youth (up to age 21), pregnant/postpartum women, and adult family members with Apple Health and uninsured. They will offer a dental exam., fluoride varnish, and oral hygiene instructions. Depending on the patient need we may offer one or more of the following: x-rays, sealants, simple extraction, Silver Diamine Fluoride (stops the growth of tooth decay), palliative, and other services. We will write referrals for students and family members that have comprehensive dental needs. In 2021, only 30% of children 20 years and younger in Asotin County with Apple Health went to the dentist. They have openings beginning tomorrow (Wednesday, May 25) and plan to be here through Friday. Families are welcome to stop by and/or call Karri Amundson directly to schedule at 206.276.1620.
about 1 month ago, Keri Myklebust
Smilemobile - Mobile Dental Clinic call  888-286-9105 to make an appointment
Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten Online Registration Opens April 6, 2022
3 months ago, Keri Myklebust
TK and K Online Registration Begins April 6, 2022
Attention Kindergarten Parents: This message is to inform you that your student has been identified as a close contact with a Covid -19 positive individual on January 14th. In accordance with the Asotin County Health Department, your student must stay home tomorrow regardless of any testing or vaccination status. The Clarkston School District Health Services Department will be at Parkway tomorrow between 4:00 and 6:00 pm to provide and administer a PCR test. Students must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. The parent or guardian will need to sign a consent form. Any student receiving a negative test may return to class on Thursday, January 20th. If students test positive or have chosen not to test, they must stay home until the 25th and be symptom free before returning. If you wish to use your own test, it must be administered after 4 pm, Wednesday, January 19th, and signed by a health care professional to validate. All students must stay home tomorrow, Wednesday, January 19th, 2022.
5 months ago, Kim Scaggs
Happy Wednesday!
7 months ago, Dan LejaMeyer
Cindy and Chris
Parkway Panthers of the Week
7 months ago, Dan LejaMeyer
Panthers of the Week-Dec. 3rd
Fun at recess!
7 months ago, Dan LejaMeyer
Fun at recess!
This year's extreme heat and dry conditions are causing greater risk of fires. In collaboration with the Clarkston and Asotin County Fire Departments, a decision has been made to not allow fireworks on school property. The Community Spirit Fireworks Show will still be held at 10:00 pm on Adams Field in Clarkston and can be viewed from your home or local neighborhood park. Thank you for your understanding and support.
12 months ago, Zach Wilson
At their March 29 meeting, the Clarkston School District Board of Directors voted to open all schools for full-time, in-person instruction on April 12, 2021. The following plan will be implemented: read more.
about 1 year ago, Clarkston Schools