Positive Behavior Programs
Carolyn Clark Student Council represents the voice of our students. They help to plan and execute school-wide special activities and provide input on school decisions. Our Student Council consists of four student officers, which include president, vice president, treasurer, and historian. Also included are two class representatives per class from grades 1-6.
Each year Carolyn Clark hosts a Leadership Day for students in 4th-8th grades where interested children participate in a day-long, research-based, interactive leadership training. Led by a masters-trained educator with more than 10,000 hours in leadership training experience, Leadership Development Day provides opportunities for students to get inspired to change their school culture and learn the practical skills needed to make those changes. A registration fee includes all materials and a lunch for each participant. Information regarding registration is posted in May to June.
Developmental assets are positive relationships, opportunities, values and skills that young people need to become caring and responsible. Carolyn Clark Elementary School is committed to helping our children in developing these assets. Through our partnership with Project Cornerstone, students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of class and school wide service projects. In addition to our commitment to students, we are making a commitment of the families of our community. We would like our community to become knowledgeable about developmental assets and ways to build them in our youth. Workshops and opportunities for parents to participate in the program will be made available.
Honor Roll is a special accommodation awarded to students who reach certain academic goals throughout the year. You must be in grades 4-6 to be eligible for the program.
- Gold Honor Roll is awarded to students who receive all A's on their report card and demonstrate satisfactory citizenship (no N's or U's).
- Silver Honor Roll is awarded to students who receive all A's and B's on their report card and no N's or U's.
Report cards are given out each trimester. Students have three opportunities over the course of the school year to reach Honor Roll.
K-Kids which also supports Project Cornerstone where the students go through an Expect Respect Training Day.
Students are recognize by the points they earn from reading books and passing commprehension quizzes of those books.
The Carolyn Clark PBIS team believes that schools can only be successful when they help children to grow academically, socially and emotionally. In order for this to happen, it is important that we establish a safe environment. It is our goal to create an atmosphere for learning by setting clear expectations and directly teaching students about our expectations. Using the PBIS program helps us to create a happy and safe environment for all our students.