School Closure Resources
Clover Park School District facilities are closed to continue to slow the spread of COVID-19, but learning will continue through the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. This district is committed to continuing to partner with families and community to support our students’ learning while they are at home.
Governor Inslee has closed all school facilities to on-site education; however, learning is continuing for students. Clover Park School District is implementing a continuous learning plan to support students for the remainder of the school year.
Student instruction will launch Monday, April 27.
Student learning for students in grades K-8 will include a combination of weekly learning packets and online learning with their classroom teacher.
Fourth quarter begins Monday, April 27, for high school students. Students will engage in learning with their teacher and complete classwork and assignments on a daily/weekly basis. The district is working on a plan to support seniors to earn credits for classes they are currently enrolled in, as well as any others they need to meet graduation requirements. Students should check their email frequently to stay updated on the most current information from their school, teachers and counselors.
Learn more on our continuous learning page.
Clover Park School District Fields and Playgrounds Closed
Clover Park School District playgrounds, play areas, sports courts and fields are closed to help prevent further spread of Coronavirus COVID-19. Thank you for your efforts to protect our community.
Free Student Meals
We are committed to providing lunch and breakfast for all Clover Park School District students during the statewide school closure. Each day, Monday through Friday, lunches will be distributed at 69 locations in Lakewood and on Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
Each student will receive two meals: lunch for the day and breakfast for the following morning.
Meals will be provided for all children ages 18 and younger. Children do not need to be enrolled in Clover Park School District to receive the meals.
If your child has special dietary needs, please contact Student Nutrition at 253-583-5490.
A list and map of all stop locations and times is available here.
Student Learning Materials for Students in Grades K-8
The district has created activities and resources for students in grades K-8 during school closures. These activities and resources do not take the place of regular classroom instruction but can be used for supplemental student learning at home. Assignments are not required nor graded. These activities are meant to provide optional opportunities for student learning while they are absent from school.
Weekly learning packets are available every Wednesday through the following methods:
Student Learning Materials for Students in Grades 9-12
District secondary schools are creating closure coursework for students in grades 9-12 and will communicate directly with families. High schools are working on supporting graduating seniors in meeting graduation requirements.
Free Child Care Services for First Responders and Health Care, Pharmacy and Grocery Workers
Clover Park School District is partnering with the YMCA of Pierce County to provide free child care for eligible children of first responders and health care, pharmacy and grocery store workers in grades K-5 during the school closure.
Care will be provided Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Custer and Idlewild elementary schools.
If you are a first responder or health care, pharmacy or grocery store worker with a child/children in Clover Park School District schools and need child care assistance, please email YMCA Childcare at: Childcare@ymcapkc.org or call 253-534-7840.
Please be prepared to provide the following information and documentation upon registration:
- Location of work
- Position title
- Scope of work
- Photo copy of work ID badge or document of proof of employment
Space is limited. Applicants will be notified if their application is accepted.
Prevention is Key
The health department confirms ways to prevent and protect yourself against COVID-19 are the same as protecting against colds and flu and advises these simple yet important preventative measures. Please review and practice these measures with your child(ren):
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands
- Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw the tissue in the trash and wash your hands. (Or, cover your face by coughing or sneezing into your sleeve if you don’t have a tissue.)
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- Clean and disinfect objects and surfaces
- Stay at home and away from others if you are sick
- Get the flu shot (if able)
Click on the link to review answers to frequently asked questions about COVID-19.
We will update this website with information and resources as things change and send notifications using our SchoolMessenger system. Please review your contact information (cell phone and email) and update with the main office of your child’s school to ensure you receive information.
The Washington State Department of Health has also created a call center to answer questions about the virus. Call 800-525-0127 and press # for assistance. Please contact your primary health provider if you have specific health-related questions.
More information is also available from the following links: