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If you or another student is hurting and need help, we are available.  Times get tough and we want you to know we are here.  If you are concerned about another student, you can call to report your concern to a professional that can follow up with the student.  If you are a parent/guardian and have concerns about your student or another student, please feel free to reach out and let us know.

Numbers counselors can be reached at:

Jeff Briney (CHS Counselor): 509.552.0831

Janet Beitelspacher Auer (CHS Counselor): 509.552.2177

Kindra Hibbard (CSD School Psychologist): 509.552.2183

Jil Taylor (LMS Social Worker): 509.552.2195

Shannon Rhodes (LMS Counselor): 509.552.2646

Local Numbers:

Quality Behavioral Health [QBH]: 509-758-3341

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National Hotlines:

*24 hour Crisis Text Line: TEXT “HOME” to 741-741 (live trained counselor will receive the text and respond)

*National Suicide Prevention Line: 800-273-TALK (8522)

*Trevor Project: Call 866-488-7386 or TEXT “START” to 678-678 (LGBTQ Suicidal Prevention and Crisis Intervention)

Below is information, resources, and talking points that can be helpful to you when discussing with your student. I am also including a list of school and community resources should you feel your student is in need of additional assistance. 
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SCREENING TESTING FOR SPORTING ACTIVITIES

  • To ensure safe participation in athletics, schools must institute screening testing protocols for unvaccinated athletes, coaches, trainers, and other personnel who work with athletes in high-risk indoor sports.
  • Screening testing is required for all unvaccinated athletes in high-risk indoor sports (basketball, wrestling, water polo, and indoor cheer). Fully vaccinated athletes do not have to participate in screening testing. Screening testing of unvaccinated participants must be performed twice weekly using a molecular or antigen test.
    • A rapid antigen test must be performed on all unvaccinated athletes either the day before or the day of the competition.
    • The second test during the week should be performed 3-4 days prior to or after the competition and may be a molecular or antigen test.

Read more about screening testing for sporting activities...


10/25/2021

Dear Families,

At Clarkston School District, we know the importance of school meals in fueling both healthy minds and bodies. Even though school meals may look a little different during School Year 2021-2022, please know that your school nutrition team is working hard to ensure students have safe, nutritious, and appealing meals. Today, I am writing to share how our district is working to overcome food supply and labor challenges related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency so that students continue to receive school meals.  read more


W.I.N. Wednesday
Every Wednesday starting

October 27th
3:30 pm-5:30 pm at LMS

Join us for academic support, class challenges, club activities, food and fun.

During this time LMS and GearUp educators will be available to offer academic support/tutoring, games, activities and team projects to build academic success and fun learning opportunities.

POWER HOUR from 3:45 pm-4:45 pm will include tutoring and assignment completion challenges with prizes.

Busing provided at 5:30 pm.  Drop off locations include Highland Elementary, Parkway Elementary, and Grantham Elementary.


REGISTER TO VOTE!


Our district would like to encourage those who are 18 or older to register to
Vote imagevote. With a Washington State Driver’s License or State Identification card, it is quick and simple at VoteWA.gov. VoteWA allows you to register to vote, update your voter registration, view voters’ guides, check the status of your voter registration and get election results. If you do not have a driver’s license or state ID, you can register using your Social Security number and a paper registration form. If you prefer to register by mail, pick up a Washington State Voter Registration Form available at your school’s office or at the Asotin County Auditor’s Office. You can also download one here https://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/print-voter-registration-forms.aspx and mail it to:

Darla McKay, Asotin County Auditor
PO Box 129
Asotin, WA  99402

Questions? Contact the auditor’s office at (509)243-2084.


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Can't wait to see what our Lancers DISCOVER this year!

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***Athletic Forms are now open in SKYWARD. Athletic forms need to be completed by a parent/guardian prior to participating in any sports.  


 

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To update your phone number or email address, please call the LMS office at 509-758-5506.
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