Clinton Cougar Newsletter

November 2021

Dear Clinton Families,

October was a great month! We loved seeing almost everyone at Parent Teacher Conferences. Red Ribbon week was also lots of fun, and you can enjoy some of the pictures in the gallery below.

Because our pick up and drop off zone is kind of small, please try your best to do the following:

  • Pull as far forward as you can, to allow room for others.
  • Encourage kids to hop in and out quickly (lengthy goodbyes work better elsewhere).
  • Go slow, our kids safety is more important than any small inconvenience.
  • Be patient and courteous with each other, assume everyone else is doing their best.

Just a reminder, if you would like to chaperone a fieldtrip this year, a Davis District background check will be needed. You can set up an appointment by calling 801-402-5122.

During our professional day, our teachers participated in research based phonics instruction for their grade level. This was great information and we are glad our teachers could had the day to participate.

Report cards for first term will be available on November 8th in your MyDSD account. We are looking forward to a great month ahead with lots of learning!


Julie Lundell

Principal Clinton Elementary

November Calendar

Nov. 8th Report Cards available on MyDSD

Nov. 9th PTA meeting 3:45

Nov. 24-26th Thanksgiving Holiday-no school

Counselor's Corner

For the month of November we will be focusing on gratitude, filling each other’s buckets ( building each other by being kind), and the importance of being ourselves and being grateful for who we are.

Lunch is on us!

Cafeteria meals are currently free for all students!

Please continue to sign up for Free/Reduced Lunch, as there are sometimes other benefits attached. You can do this through your MyDSD account.


Red Ribbon Week was awesome! Thanks PTA!

You can still order school T-shirts, stop by the office and they will help you.

Friday School Spirit Day!

Our classes are having a school spirit competition each Friday to see who can show the most school spirit. Students should wear a school shirt, blue shirt, or grey shirt in order to be counted towards the class total for the most amazing school spirit. The winning class gets to display the spirit wreath for the following week.