High School Student Council Ice Bucket Callenge
The Clearwater High School student council invited any student to participate with them in a group Ice Bucket Challenge after the football scrimmage. The 32 students that took part raised over $1,300 for the fight against ALS. Freshman Anthony Hayward was the top fundraiser with $240. The 32 students were treated to pizza for lunch from the student council. Watch the student council's bucket challenge here.
CHS Yearbook News
The 2014 yearbooks are in and there are a few extra copies available for purchase in the High School office before or after school for only $45. Senior spotlight or grad ad sales have started! Honor your senior student by ordering them an advertisement in the 2015 yearbook. To reserve space for your student respond before November 7, 2014. Visit our class website for more details, a printable pdf order form, or to order online now.
Principal Bell's Ice Bucket Challenge
Clearwater Principal, Richard Bell responds to an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge nomination. Mr Bell shared the challenge with Elementary West students last week. Watch Mr. Bell's Ice Bucket Challenge here.
Principal Mellen's Ice Bucket Challenge
Clearwater Principal, Bob Mellen responds to an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge nomination from former Superintendent Mike Roth. Mr. Mellen receives a little help from his Grandson, Grant Mellen and Son, Craig Mellen. Watch Mr. Mellen's Ice Bucket Challenge here.
School Safety Training
Five representatives from the Clearwater School District and two officers from the Clearwater Police Department attended the school safety table top exercise this week. Read More...
Back-to-School Kickoff for Clearwater Staff
Clearwater United School District started the school year off with a crowd of employees attending the beginning day rally and training session Wednesday, August 13, 2014. The kick-off event was lead by Dr. Diane Gross, Superintendent, and her message was focused on fostering student growth, inspiring dreams and district wide-safety improvements. Board of Education President Stephanie Carlson welcomed the staff and shared a few inspirational stories. Next, twenty employees where honored with years of service awards. The event concluded with several students sharing their career dreams, ideas for district improvement, and thanking the teachers who have helped them achieve their goals along the way.
Police Department Announcement
Clearwater Police Department will begin strict (No Warnings) enforcement, as in years past, of the school crossings and school speed zone which is posted at 20 MPH during peak periods.
Please note that there are additional restrictions of speed on arterial side streets as well. The safety of those that walk or ride their bicycles to and from school are one of the Police Department's highest priorities as well as the safe travel of those students who are properly licensed to drive. A strong seat belt usage enforcement program will be enforced this year to achieve a safer driving environment. Thank you for your cooperation and compliance. Sincerely, The Clearwater Police Department.