Clear Lake Community School District Home of the Lions
The Clear Lake Board of Education, as part of the 2015-2016 budgeting process, will not be utilizing Kelly Educational Staffing Services for the 2015-2016 school year. If you are interested in being a substitute for our district, please complete the on-line application process. You can access the application using the Careers link at the top of this page.
The administration office will be open Monday – Friday from 8am to 4pm during summer break.
BRING YOUR A GAME TO WORK uncovers the seven key values and behaviors of work ethic that are a must for success in any field, any job, and every industry.
Spend the summer with us learning about new skills that will help you get a job and be successful in the future! Sessions begin Tuesday, June 23rd and end Friday, July 17th. Each session will last 2-2.5 hours and will be held at IowaWORKS, 600 South Pierce, Mason City IA. Open to youth ages 14-21. Register today, space is limited! Download the WIA Youth Summer Program session and registration information .
The 2015 Clear Lake Lions Girls Basketball Camp information and permission forms is available online here.
The calendar for the 2015-2016 school year is now available. Click here to view.
NIACC is offering a moped safety course. This course is required for anyone under 16 wanting a moped license. Find full details here.
Reading is essential to student success in school and in life. The Iowa Department of Education Director Brad Buck has requested district’s assistance in sharing information with families about early literacy efforts in Iowa. Click here to access the link to a letter from Director Buck about the importance of all of our combined efforts to improve literacy, especially in kindergarten, first and second grades. If you have any questions about the current district efforts being made, please contact your student’s teacher or your building principal.
The high school will start a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program second semester. Approved devices are tablets, iPADs, laptops, Chromebooks, Kindles, and other WiFi capable devices. Cell Phone rules will still apply on campus. Students can only use their cell phones as a learning device when teachers give permission for them to do so. If students do not have permission to use their cell phones, they must be put away. All students must turn in the BYOD form signed by the parent and student before they can bring a device. Your student can get the form in the High School Office...