School News

Posted 04/03/2020 01:41PM
Smoking or vaping make people more vulnerable to contracting respiratory infections because it damages lung tissue. As we know, COVID-19, a respiratory disease in our lungs caused by the coronavirus, currently poses a threat to our health and community. Click on the headline for the full story.
Posted 03/30/2020 07:56PM
All 6th graders must submit proof of a Tdap immunization before attending 7th grade. With schools closed, please read the story for details on how you can meet this requirement before the end of this school year.
Posted 03/18/2020 06:19PM
Posted 03/04/2020 11:22AM
Reminder that students cannot be picked up before the yellow line in the parking lot. Drivers need to pull up as far as possible, past the yellow line before students may enter the vehicle.
Posted 03/02/2020 04:19PM
The district has been communicating to parents based on CDC updates. I would also like to reiterate our site protocols that our district has shared. Know that we are vigilant about cleaning any common areas, such as the library, forum, bathrooms, water faucets, and classrooms to minimize the spread of germs. Click on the headline for more.
Posted 02/26/2020 11:20AM
Please drive safely in and around the school and remember to follow all traffic laws. It's dangerous to cut in line to get into the school, cut through on the wrong side of the road and not stop at crosswalks for the children crossing. I have recently requested cameras from the city to be added around the school. Hopefully this will help with drop off and pick up. Thank you, Mrs. Fierro
Posted 02/04/2020 09:31AM
Girls on the Run is more than just a running program - it gives girls the opportunity to build confidence and healthy habits. Over 10 weeks, from March through May, girls will recognize their star power, make new friends, and so much more! Teams meet twice each week to play games and learn new life skills while building endurance to complete the Girls on the Run 5K on May 16, 2020.
Posted 01/30/2020 11:26AM
Earlier this year, we piloted a food program here at Clark along with our Child Nutrition Services Department and want to share the results. Students may place any unused, uneaten cafeteria items in a cooler that will be in the Forum. This is for cafeteria food only - No food from home! During that particular lunch period, STUDENTS may help themselves to anything on the table at no cost. At the end of the lunch period, those items will go back to our lunch lady. We will try to reuse any items that we can. Refrigerated items will be kept on ice and whole fruit rewashed before serving again. The items should only be out for each lunch period so the total time they are sitting out is kept to a minimum. Click on the headline for the results.
Posted 01/22/2020 11:15AM
As an alternative to sweet treats in the classroom, the school would like to encourage items like books and pencils for celebrations. Non-food rewards and incentives should be used as the first choice to encourage positive behavior.
Posted 01/14/2020 01:10PM
Just a reminder that the kinder playground is closed after school because there is no supervision. It is difficult for the teachers on parking lot duty to tell who is being supervised and who is not when parents are present. This creates safety issues and the school can be held liable. Students playing on the kindergarten playground will be reminded to wait in the designated area for pick up.

Carolyn A. Clark Elementary School

  • 3701 Rue Mirassou
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  • San Jose, CA 95148
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  • Phone: 408-223-4560
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  • Fax: 408-223-4567
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