Picture Retake Day is Almost Here!
December 5th, 2023
Did you miss picture day or want to take a new picture?
Retake day is quickly approaching. If we did not see you on picture day or you would like a new image, Dorian Studio will be taking pictures at our school again on Tuesday, December 5th, 2023. Do not miss out on ordering pictures of your student! Orders may be placed online by searching for your school name at mydorian.com and selecting the green Order button next to our school retake day event. Online orders are available up to 4 days after retake day. If you already ordered and want a new picture taken please be sure to return your original picture packet to the photographer on retake day.
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Please remember to encourage and teach your students good handwashing habits. We have already experienced a fair amount of students and staff absent due to illness. Below are the symptoms that will keep students out of school and for how long provided by our school nurse and MESD. Please reach out to our Heath Assistant, Teri Augustyn if you have any health-related questions at email@example.com
Attendance Line: 503-916-6561 Press 2
To update your student's attendance for any reason please call our school 503-916-6561 and press 2 or email our School Secretary Kelly McKnight at firstname.lastname@example.org
Clark Elementary School Day: 8:45am-3:00 pm (First bell at 8:40am)
Front School Doors Open for Clark Students: 8:38 am (Please stay with your child/children until the school doors open as there is no adult supervision prior to this time for our students).
School Day Ends: 3:00 pm:
Principal: Ms. Tara Bourland
Principal Secretary: Lacy McKinney email@example.com
School Secretary: Kelly McKnight firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Number: (503) 916-6561
Fax Number: (503) 916-2220
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