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Peachjar eFlyers


The paper flyers we have been sending home will now be sent electronically to your email inbox. These e-flyers can also be viewed by clicking on the Peachjar button on our school’s website homepage. You may find it on the left column of our page under school newsletters.   Once the Peachjar button is ready, you will be notified.
This “green” initiative will save our schools tons of paper and reduce copy costs by thousands of dollars. On top of that, paperless delivery of school flyers removes a significant administrative burden from teachers, office staff, and volunteers.
No action is required on your part. You will receive a welcome email from the service provider (Peachjar) that includes a username and password. This is provided to give you the opportunity to manage your account and flyer delivery preferences. You do not need to login to receive or view e-flyers.
To ensure smooth delivery of this communication, we suggest you add “” to your email contacts. Note: add “” to your contact list just as written; do not change it to the name of your school When you receive your first e-flyer, be sure to click “always display images.”
This system is used exclusively for distribution of school-approved flyers. Your email address will not be shared or used for any other purpose. Thank you for helping us save time, money, and lots of trees!

Join the Carolyn Clark PTA

The Carolyn Clark PTA does many wonderful things to make our school a great place for students, families, and the communities.  Please join.  Click here to download the membership form: Membership Form

Thank you for your support!

Parent Portal Emergency Contacts


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Parent Portal Emergency Contacts
Most of our parents have signed up for Parent Portal but many have not entered the emergency contact information.  Please take the time to do this.  Make sure you you list ALL (5) adults who may be picking up your child from school.  We will NOT release your child to a person who is NOT on your list. Parents if you have not yet registered, please do so now.  You will need an Access code and Access ID that was mailed home 8/4/2014.  If you do not have the letter please come to the Office to get a copy.  Register at

Walk and Roll News

The Walk n' Roll Committee would like to announce that after countless meetings, the city has granted us an ALL WAY STOP SIGN at the intersection of Rue Mirassou & Mosher to be installed in the next three to six weeks.  Thank you to the Walk n' Roll Committee for all their hard work and persistence and effort in helping to make this school a safer environment for our students.   


Reminder: Clark Elementary Birthday Policies

Although we recognize that birthdays are a very special time for children and they deserve recognition, school district guidelines and board policy (BP5030) prohibit bringing food or drinks to school for birthday celebrations. These guidelines and policies are in place to support the consistent educational message of student wellness and healthy lifestyle whether in the classroom, cafeteria or at home. Additional impacts include:

  • Loss of instructional time.
  • Logistical constraints placed on teachers.
  • Concern for our many students with food allergies.
  • Added strain on the office and custodial staff. 

If parents choose to provide items to classmates in celebration of birthdays, some alternative items may include pencils, bookmarks, stickers, or perhaps donating a book to the school or classroom library. 

Teachers may elect to honor students as they see fit by giving special recognition, singing of songs, special classroom duties, etc. 

Also, balloon bouquets can be distractive and/or disruptive to instruction and therefore parents are reminded of the school policy that balloon bouquets will not be delivered to classrooms during the school day. We want to thank you for your support of the school and district policies. Working together we can maintain our focus on providing a safe and productive environment at Clark School.

Please leave all toys at home

Please leave all toys at home, especially Kendamas. When children bring in toys from home, they become distracted and the other children do as well. Some toys get misplaced or broken, and then little ones get sad.  Toys will be confiscated and will need to be picked up by the parents if they are seen on campus.



Clark Panarama

Celebrating Carolyn Clark 2015

Fill the Shelves Fundraiser

Click on the picture below to watch the video of these incredible Clark Cubs present at the EESD Board Meeting:


In a time when e-readers and other screens seem to be taking the place of good old fashioned books – you know, the kind you can hold in your hands, where the spine cracks satisfyingly, and the pages can either embody the smell of fresh new paper or that satisfyingly musty scent of a much loved tome – our kids can sometimes surprise us with not only a love for old school paper and ink books, but also with a commitment to go above and beyond to make sure there are enough of those books to keep our library shelves filled to the edge.

Four students at Carolyn Clark Elementary – Nikhita Arun, Rebecca Dang and Rohan and Rahul Prabhu – approached Maria Moreton, a sixth grade teacher at Clark with an idea. They realized the number of books in the school library was glaringly low. There were empty shelves and lots of in-demand titles weren't available to Clark students. They researched and found that Carolyn Clark had the lowest number of books in the District, as well as badly outdated non-fiction. They further calculated that (by a large margin) their school had the lowest ratio of books-to-patron. They knew something needed to be done and these four were the ones to do it. They launched the idea to "Fill Our Shelves", which would become the name of the fundraising campaign to do just that.

The idea started with Arun, but all four – big readers, all – jumped in with both feet, meeting in Moreton's classroom before school, during recesses, and lunch time. "For the last few months, unless I was on duty, we were in my room working on the project," says Moreton.

Their goal was to raise $4000 - $5 each for 800 students. It was a big goal, especially for four young people with no real fundraising experience. In the end they raised $5000.The books are starting to arrive and get shelved now.

They leaned on parents of Carolyn Clark students, of course, but also reached out to the wider community, successfully soliciting support from individuals and companies like EOK Technologies, Freeman Orthodontics, and Vice Mayor Herrera. They offered prizes for fundraising goals reached to incentivize students (offering flashlights, bookmarks, books and other items for those who reached their goals). They worked their audiences, educating them on the need for these books and the difference they would make to Clark students, until their goal was first reached, and then, surpassed.

Library Media Assistant, Diane Hobbs and another sixth grade teacher, Grace Gonzales, were also instrumental in supporting the project. Gonzales' class raised the largest amount of money for the project; Hobbs assisted with research, acted as treasurer for the project and opened her office to be the center of operations. As the person occupying "book central" at the school Hobbs has a unique understanding of the need. So much so that when the fundraising totals were announced she did what Rahul Prabhu described as her "happy dance" (we regret our cameras were not on hand to witness said "happy dance" so faithful reader – you will need to simply imagine it...).

All the work these students put it isn't a one-time deal either. The school is committed to carrying on their important work. Hobbs points out that this project was "an inspiration to all of us." Sixth graders at Carolyn Clark will now be charged with living up to the extremely high bar set by Arun, Dang, and the Prabhu brothers.

"In our electronic age, it is refreshing to notice that a book still brings pleasure to a child, providing endless knowledge and wings for the imagination," says Moreton. "Never underestimate the power of our students! I am in awe of the humility of these four students. They humble me, they inspire all of us, and they validate the work we do as educators. They have made such a difference at our school, of which, they have yet to comprehend the extent."

(Article by Charles Crosby)

Humane Hero PBL Project


Kids Night Out at Clark YMCA - Friday, May 29th


Mrs. Walter's Class Water Conservation Project

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YMCA Fall Childcare

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Parent University Course for Parents - July 6 - 30

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2015 Yearbook Update: 1 month COUNTDOWN till arrival !

For those that ordered a 2014-2015 yearbook online, arrival and distribution will take place on Thursday, June 4.

Yearbooks will be delivered to the student classroom, students will initial that they received their yearbook. It is important that if the student did not select the option to personalize their yearbook that they immediately put their name inside their book.

The school/ teachers are not responsible for books student lose or misplace.

Occasionally the yearbook company runs a few extra yearbooks from the actual numbers sold online. 

If there are any extra yearbooks for sale, it will be announced via SCHOOL LOOP and the CAROLYN CLARK FACEBOOK PAGE. Price will be $45, CASH ONLY, FIRST COME FIRST SERVE.

Yearbooks were sold August 2014 thru March 2015, ONLINE ONLY.

For those returning next year, make sure you attend the BACK TO SCHOOL KICK OFF, August 18th, for a BACK TO SCHOOL YEARBOOK SPECIAL !

Online Farmers Market is Coming to Clark

Please click below to read the informational flier:


Nepal Fundraiser

We would like to recognize some wonderful Carolyn Clark Cubs who raised money for the victims of the Nepal earthquake!  Mrs. Hoang's 3rd grade class raised $204, and Mr. Pleasant's class raised $357, for a total of $562 (with change)!  This money will be given to, a local Bay Area foundation, helping the victims with emergency medical supplies and other items of need.

California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress - Testing Information for Parents

Please click below to read a quick reference for parents and to download the Carolyn Clark testing schedule:

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Revised 5/4/15:

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With Testing Underway, Here is a Parent Resource That You May Find Helpful….

Click below to download a larger version of this flier.

Bulldog Tech Application - Due June 5

Please click here to download the application if you are interested in attending Bulldog Tech:


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Summer Reading Challenges

Please click below for more information on both programs.

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Contact Us

Principal: Ms. Gina Juarez 


Secretary: Ms. Kerry Principi


Attendance / Health: Ms. Debbie Boyer


Instructional Coach: Ms. Erica Ruggiero


Student Absence Line

Please call the absence report line if your child is absent:


Parent Portal Link

YMCA Summer Program Guide

Click on the image below to learn more:

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Location / Contact Information:

East Valley YMCA

1975 S. White Road

San Jose, CA 95148

Phone: 408-715-6500

Fax: 408-715-6560

Math Enrichment

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*After school program 5 days per week until 6:15, including early dismissal days!

*Focus is on homework completion each day, additional time will be divided between test / quiz preparation, enrichment work, and recreational activities

*5 to 1 student to staff ratio, our low ratios allow us to offer more individualized attention than other after school programs

*Each class will have a teacher to assist with homework and enrichment activities

*Math Enrichment After School Program donated over $700,000 of technology based learning equipment (iPads, Computers, and SmartBoards) to schools in San Jose and Evergreen

*For more information, please call (408) 667-9277, email, or visit


$237.50 - August, June

$475 - September - May

(Total for the year if paid on a monthly basis: $4750)

Special Discounts

*$4350 for the whole year if paid upfront

*$2275 per semester, if paid upfront in August and January

$25 per month sibling discount

*3 days per week pricing is 25% off the 5 day pricing


*To reserve your spot for the 2014 - 2015 school year, please sign up with a $237.50 non-refundable deposit (which will be applied towards the tuition cost)


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YMCA After School Program

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Do you know about YMCA's after school program at Carolyn Clark School? They provide:

  •      On - campus
  •      Homework Completion
  •      Volunteer tutors
  •      Structured indoor/outdoor physical activity
  •      Themed monthly enrichment
  •      Nutritional snack provided daily
  •      Accessible computers for AR Testing and homework assignments
  •      Monthly clubs (i.e. Gardening Club, Science Club, Moving Making Club)
  •     Special vendors (i.e. Lego Robotics, Sports UJAM)

TK - 6th grade
Open from 11:30 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.

For more information, please go to our website:


Strings Ensemble

Carolyn Clark is excited to continue the after-school music enrichment program for our students. This program is being offered to students in Grades 2 through 6.  The teacher’s for this program are committed to developing and growing music education in our school. They are accomplished musicians with degrees in Music Performance and Education.

Who?  Students Grades 2 - 6.
What?  Violin, Guitar, Harp, and Cello. Student picks instrument for the year.
When is the class?  Weekly on Thursday from 1:15 - 2:15.
Where?  On Campus at Clark Elementary School
Cost of Instrument? Depending upon what instrument is chosen. Please inquire for a instrument price sheet.
Cost of Program per student?  $488 for the year (Oct - June)
First Day of Class?  Scheduled for Thursday  October 9th 2014
Are there performances?  Yes!  Times and Dates TBA.

Class sizes are limited- so your early response is appreciated. Frequently asked questions are addressed on the next page.
If you are interested in this year of music, please indicate your instrument of choice below. Send this completed form to your teacher by October 2nd and email the information to Registrations will be confirmed via email.  Fees are due on Oct 9th 2014 at the first class.
To Register: 
Click here