Clever School District Update


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Our current Grab-N-Go food service will be extended through Friday, May 29th. At this point, we have served over 20,000 meals to children in the Clever community. A huge thank you to everyone who has helped to make this possible.


Locker item pickup for grades 6-12 has been scheduled for May 4. Times and details can be found here.


As we move forward, navigating state and local directives, we are beginning to consider various scenarios regarding summer school. Although June is the typical time for summer school, we may have the option to extend the window for course offerings through Mid-August. No definitive plans are in place at this time but we are exploring all options while keeping the safety of our students and teachers at the forefront.


One thing we do know is kindergarten students are eagerly awaiting their first day of school! We don’t know yet what screening will look like or exactly when it will take place, but we are trying to make sure we get some basic information for all kindergarten students for the 2020-21 school year. If you have a student who will be attending kindergarten at Clever in the fall, please take a moment to submit your information here. Please feel free to pass this information along on to anyone who may need it.


If you would like information regarding preschool enrollment for next year, please email Paula Harvey at Be sure to follow the Clever PAT facebook page.


Summer contact days (for sports and activities) are currently on stand-by. At this point, we are looking at guidelines set by local agencies to assist before making this type of decision. We do not want to rush into any plan when so much is at stake and will err on the side of safety every time.


As you know, May is the month for Graduation during normal times. However, we face unusual circumstances in 2020. We are currently looking into various options for this important event and have reached out to the seniors and their parents. More information will be provided once final plans have been made.


The most sought after item on this year’s wish list is a crystal ball. Unfortunately, we have not found one. Looking to the start of the 2020-21 school year, the best we can say is that we will move forward as permitted by state and county directives while keeping safety our top priority. At the very least, things will look a little different. We will spend much time this summer coordinating with all relevant entities to ensure the safety of our students, teachers, and staff when we are able to open our classrooms once again. We will heed the advice of those who are in charge of the health and safety of our county and state, and we will work diligently to put every possible safety measure into place. We want very much to see students safely in our classrooms as soon as possible.