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Spring Break -Friday, March 13th and Monday, March 16th. NO School - Tuesday, March 17th (Hosting District Speech) IT'S A GREAT DAY TO BE A PATRIOT!
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JH Careers Visits Lorraine Moore

On February 10th, we visited Lorraine Moore at the Farmers Union Coop in Clarkson, Nebraska. We learned a lot about her personal life and her childhood. She explained a lot about how she grew up and how all of her jobs evolved into what she is doing now. Let me tell you about how agriculture has always been a part of her life.  Lorraine’s parents did not push their kids . . .

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FCCLA Take and Bake Meals

Take-And-Bake Meal Fundraiser The Leigh-Clarkson FCCLA chapter will be creating take-and-bake meals for their spring fundraiser. We will be offering three meal options that can be put in your oven and baked or reheated. All of the meals are made from scratch, placed in a disposable baking tray, and frozen. These would make great gifts for a new mom, housewarming gift, or a delicious comfort meal for a friend in need. Meal options . . .

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Daily Announcements

The Girls Basketball C2-4 District Finals for Clarkson-Leigh vs. GACC will be played at 5:30 pm at the Fremont Senior High School, 1750 N. Lincoln Street, Fremont, NE.  We are always taking pictures with our phones - Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, etc.  Now, your photos could make an appearance in the 2019-2020 yearbook!   Use the YEARBOOK SNAP app to share . . .

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February Newsletter

Please click here to download a PDF version of the  February 2020 newsletter.pdf

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Patriot of Valor Recipients

Clarkson Public Schools is pleased to announce the recipients of the Patriot of Valor award for the month of October 2019. This award recognizes students for their academic performance, character, behavior, and attendance. Teachers nominate students that demonstrate these qualities each month and then selections are made during staff meetings. Students are chosen from elementary, middle and high school. Keelie Anderson is a . . .

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