Clarkston, WA—The Clarkston School Board at its regularly scheduled meeting Monday night (11/23/2020) discussed future educational plans and a schedule for the week following Thanksgiving Break. The School Board invited two guests to offer public health guidance: Dr. Bob Lutz, the Asotin County Health Officer, and Brady Woodbury, the Asotin County Health Administrator. The general consensus among experts and educators across the state and specifically our region is a dramatic spike in the virus through Thanksgiving. With that anticipated spike will come additional sickness, more quarantined staff, and increased hospital load.
After a lengthy discussion, the following plan was approved:
Although the decision was not easy, the board and administrators all expressed support. Some of the factors that went in to the decision are as follows:
LMS and CHS will continue to provide drive-thru breakfast and lunch pick-up. Meals are free and available to all kids ages 1-18.
Clarkston, WA--Clarkston High School Performing Arts Boosters is excited to announce that the annual craft fair will be held virtually this year! The very popular CHS Craft Fair will take place in a Facebook Shopping Group, starting at 8:00 am on Friday, November 27 and lasting through midnight on December 4.
There are so many vendors for you to find local gifts and knick-knacks for the holiday season, supporting local businesses! Search for the CHS Virtual Craft Fair on Facebook and sign-up for the event as it will give you a reminder. You will see the actual craft fair link also, but you can’t join until November 27, unless you are a vendor. Help support the performing arts at CHS!