The Bird Call

Back to School Edition

It's a Learning Experience

Hello Clever Bluejays and welcome to the start of what will surely be a year to remember! It is still hard to believe all that has taken place since we left school for Spring Break on March 13th. Now, 165 days later, we are able to come back together for the first day of school (Tuesday, August 25th) and we could not be more excited. While our new normal may take some adjusting to, rest assured that delivering the highest quality education to our students remains a top priority. Additionally, we will have an emphasis on safety protocols as we continue to navigate through this pandemic. There are a number of items posted on the district website that I encourage you to read before returning to school. Be sure you are following the High School and district Facebook pages and that your contact information is up to date in the main office.

Virtual Open House

Click here for a link to our High School Virtual Open House. Start by clicking "present" in the top right corner! Find your teachers and make sure you search each slide for a variety of links with important information!

If you haven't seen your schedule yet, check your Canvas page or reach out to Mrs. Waisner at

First day of school procedures

The first day of school is Tuesday, August 25th.

Masks will be required when social distancing of 6 feet is not possible, this will account for the majority of the school day.

Start of school: 7:40 am (doors open at 7:30 am)

End of the day: 3:25 pm

Bell Schedule

School Calendar

Click here for a link to our pick-up and drop-off procedures. When arriving on Tuesday, students may park in either the north lot in front of the building or the northeast lot along highway 14. Please do not park in spots #1-45.

When students arrive on Tuesday morning, stations will be set up to hand out schedules and back to school packets.

You can bring your $45 user fee as well, checks can be made payable to Clever Schools.

Freshman Chromebooks have arrived and WILL be issued before the end of the day if they have paid their user fee.

P.R.I.D.E Time

Personal Responsibility In Delivering Excellence

When: Friday morning from 7:40 - 8:21.

The goal of P.R.I.D.E. time is to reduce the number of Ds and Fs.

Weekly progress reports will be printed and distributed Thursday afternoon.

As was the plan prior to Spring Break, the following expectations are in place:

  1. Students will be assigned based on club/activity preference if applicable.

  2. No traveling. Students are to come prepared for their P.R.I.D.E. time.

  3. Any grade less than 80% = must work to improve their grade

  4. If no grades less than 80% = structured free time or participate in club/activity.

Some days will be utilized for character education and, when allowed, pep assemblies.

Clubs and Activities

Clever High School offers a variety of extra/co-curricular activities for our students. Now is the time to get involved! Check out the list below for what is offered and who to contact:

Future Teachers of America - Mrs. Neely

Fellowship of Christian Athletes - Coach Jones

Science History Club - Mr. Peaslee

Clever Student Alliance - Mrs. Money

Art Club - Mr. Schmidt

Future Business Leaders of America - Mrs. Lumpkin

National Honor Society - Ms. Lathem

Future Farmers of America - Ms. Hultz

Student Council - Mrs. Grant and Mrs. Waisner

Yearbook - Mr. Boyles

Speech and Debate - Mr. Rea

Academic Team - Mr. Walker and Mr. McGarry

Spirit Squad - Mrs. Neely

Theatre - Mrs. Scheibe

Math Club - Ms. Strickland


Students will be required to wear masks/face coverings in the following areas/situations:

  • All students (K-12) during transportation on buses.

  • Students are required to wear masks in hallways and common areas.

  • All students may be required to wear masks during periods in classrooms throughout the day when social distancing is not possible.

  • Students are required to bring their own cloth mask. Cloth masks must be made of tightly-woven fabric and cover both the nose and mouth. A limited supply of disposable masks are available if needed. Students with medical/special needs may be exempt from this requirement but will need to provide an exemption from a physician.

  • Masks are part of the dress code and will be treated in a similar manner when being addressed by staff.

Daily Wellness Checks

Each day we are asking families to do a wellness check of all students before they come to school. Employees will be doing this as well. Following these guidelines will help everyone stay healthy.

Do you have...

  • fever or chills
  • cough
  • shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • fatigue
  • muscle or body aches
  • headache
  • new loss of taste or smell
  • sore throat
  • congestion or runny nose
  • nausea, vomiting or diarrhea
If you answered "yes" to these questions please stay home!

Daily Meal Prices

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