Clover Flat Connection

October 23rd, 2020

Free meals for kids

MONDAY, 10/26

  • 11:00-12:00
  • Drive-thru only
  • Breakfast and Lunches
  • Kids do not need to be present *Mondays
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Good Evening Clover Flat Redhawk Students and Families,

This upcoming week is Red Ribbon Week. This years activities will be different in order to follow all of the current Covid protocols. Red Ribbon Week is an opportunity to bring unity and to take a stand against drugs. We will show our commitment to a drug-free lifestyle through the symbol of the Red Ribbon, October 26th - October 30th. Each classroom will learn about healthy ways to be happy and be brave, and will participate in a Door Decorating Contest to show their commitment to being Drug Free. The Doors will be judged and the winning classes will receive Popsicle Prizes! Homeschool students are also encouraged to participate from home and can contact Mrs. Campbell for more information.

This year's theme is Be Happy, Be Brave, BE DRUG FREE. We encourage our staff and students to participate in the daily themes.

Monday, 10/26 - "Put a Stop to Drugs" - Wear Red. Post your pictures to our Facebook page or send a picture to your teacher.

Tuesday, 10/7 and Wednesday, 10/28 - "Dress for Success" It's Picture Day, so dress your best and bring your smile!

Thursday, 10/29 and Friday, 10/30 - "Clover Flat is Proud to Be Drug Free" Wear school colors or an appropriate Halloween costume.

Stay safe, stay healthy, and have a good weekend,

Amy Conforth, Principal

Picture Days: Tuesday 10/27 & 10/28

Red Group Picture Day is Tuesday, October 27th.

Gold Group Picture Day is Wednesday, October 28th.

Homeschool students - Please contact Mrs. Campbell or Mrs. Conforth to get times/days.


Students are welcome to wear their costumes to school on Thursday, 10/29 or Friday, 10/30. Please be sure to follow the dress code/costume guidelines:

  • Students are to wear clothing under costumes and school appropriate shoes.

  • Students are allowed to bring a change of clothes if needed.

  • Students must be able to get in and out of their costume independently to use the restroom.

  • Costume masks and/or weapons (props) are not allowed.

  • Appropriate modesty.

  • Wigs and appropriate face paint is allowed.

  • Costumes must allow for students to be able to sit or work at their assigned desk/seat.


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Updated MEUSD Calendar 2020-21

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