Clark's E/C Program - State Grant - since 1996
Clark has provided EC service since 1996. The State of Illinois has provided funding for this program since inception.
For children from 3 to 5 years old, early childhood provides funding for the Preschool for All Children program and the continuing Prekindergarten Program for Children at Risk of Academic Failure. The long term goal of the Preschool for All Children program is to provide educational services to all 3- to 5-year-old children whose families choose to participate. The Preschool for All Children program focuses on providing high-quality educational programs for children who are determined to be at risk of academic failure. It also provides funding for programs serving families of low to moderate income whose children are not considered to be at risk academically and other families that choose to participate
Clark School celebrates it's 3rd Annual Welcome Back to School Night
On Wednesday, September 10th, Clark School Families were treated to a welcome back to school night. Students and parents were treated to a cookout, air inflatable slides, a bounce house, and most of all, lots of fun by the Clark teachers and staff.
Thank you to all the parents, students, and staff who helped make this night special for our Clark School families and our school community.
Thank you to all our Grandparents who came to visit Clark Elementary School! We hope that you all had an enjoyable time spending time with us on this very special day. Your support makes our school and school district the best place it can be for our students, staff, and community. We hope to see you all back again soon!
Clark students had a great time this week egg hunting with the Easter Bunny. All students collected eggs to keep and a few special students who found the Golden Eggs received baskets. Everyone had a fun time!
Great job to our Golden Egg Winners!
Wow, can you believe that we have been in school for 100 days? On Tuesday, February 4th, students at Clark Elementary School celebrated the 100th Day of School. Teachers at Clark planned activities centered around the number 100. This included counting activities, art projects, reading stories, aerobic dancing and making 100th Day headbands. One of our teachers even dressed up as a 100 year old lady! This is just one of the many ways our teachers make each and every day here at Clark educational and special for their students.
Clark Elementary School celebrated Halloween this year by hosting a school wide parade and classroom parties. Staff also got into the spirit by dressing up as Minions and Mr. Gru from Despicable Me as well as some SUPER teachers.
We would like to say THANK YOU to the
South Beloit Fire Department for visiting
Clark School! The firefighters brought the
Smokehouse, a fire truck, and an ambulance
for the students to see. We also had an
assembly to discuss fire safety and practice
"Stop, Drop, and Roll!"
Each grade level at Clark School made a banner
for the South Beloit High School Pep Rally!
Clark School cheered on the Sobos for a
victory over River Ridge Wildcats!
Clark's Halloween 10-31-12
Oh what fun the children had...and the parents.
The Roscoe/Rockton Walmart presented
the Clark teachers and para-educators
today, October 22nd with supplies for
their classrooms and a $50 Walmart Gift
Card. Thanks to Walmart for their support
to the South Beloit School District! What
a way to start the week.
SOUTH BELOIT FIRE DEPARTMENT - FIRE SAFETY WEEK
Clark Elementary students learn about fire
safety from the South Beloit Fire Department.
The South Beloit Firemen take time out of
their busy day to serve lunch and talk to
the Clark students.
Many classrooms had more than 20 grandparents. Awesome!
2014-2015 School Year
Preschool/Kindergarten screening for the 2014-2015 school year will be held on the dates below at Clark Elementary School.
| || ||Tuesday, March 11th 10:00 am to 5:00 pm|
| || ||Wednesday, March 12th 8:00 am to 3:00 pm|
| || ||Thursday, March 13th 10:00 am to 5:00 pm|
The Preschool screening is for children who will be 3 or 4 years of age by September 1, 2014 (child must be three years old to participate in the screening) and reside in the South Beloit School District. The purpose of the screening is to identify any potential difficulties students may be having.
Our preschool program is a grant funded program and is not an open enrollment preschool. Students who may require additional help are placed first as space is limited
The Kindergarten screening is required for all children who will be 5 years of age by September 1, 2014, and will be entering Kindergarten in the fall of 2014.
Please call the school at 815-389-2311 between the hours of 8:00 am 3:00 pm to schedule your appointment.
Students who are currently enrolled in our preschool do not need to participate in this screening.
CLARK's ANNUAL PICNIC 2012
Whitney & Addison
Friends of all ages came out to the picnic
to see their Pre-K, KDG & 1st grade teachers!
A family trio takes a few moments to pose