Return to Learning
The Clover Park School District began the 2020-21 school year on Wednesday, Sept. 2, in a virtual learning model.
The district’s Return to Learning Plan includes 6 Stages of Return to Learning to be implemented based on health and safety guidelines during the year.
Students are participating in virtual learning, which includes online instruction with their teacher(s) combined with time to work on assignments independently. Visit our virtual learning page for more detailed information and daily student schedules.
Due to a concerning increase in the number of county COVID-19 cases, the district has paused implementation of hybrid learning for preschool and elementary students at this time. The district will review updated data and state and health department guidance on Dec. 15 to determine if the district will begin implementing hybrid learning for elementary students on Jan. 4, 2021. Link to additional information
Plans will remain tentative and depend on county COVID-19 transmission rates and other health factors.
Elementary hybrid learning weekly schedule (when launched).
Health and Safety
Ensuring the safety of students and staff is a top priority for the district and is an important focus. Safety measures and protocols are in place and everyone plays an important role in maintaining school safety.
Clover Park School District is providing free meals Monday through Friday for children 18 years and younger. Click on the link for more meal distribution locations and times.