2017 Retirement ReceptionThank you to all of the 2017 retirees for your hard work in Creating Promising Futures in Clover Park School District!
2017 GraduationsCongratulations to the class of 2017 from Clover Park and Lakes High Schools, Harrison Preparatory School and the Open Doors Reengagement Program!
Seahawks’ Doug Baldwin teaches train safety at Tillicum and Tyee Park!Elementary students had an unforgettable lesson on train safety this month when Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin made appearances at schools’ assemblies!
High schools host Eighth Grade Info NightsChoosing a high school is a big decision for eighth graders! Info nights help families make this decision by showing the different options available.
Join the Clover Park Transportation TeamInformation about becoming a bus driver
WSDOT and Amtrak Cascades remind you to Stay Back from the TracksPlease watch this special message from WSDOT and Amtrak Cascades on train safety, featuring Seattle Seahawk Doug Baldwin.
Custer Elementary students march in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Fifth graders at Custer learn about the Civil Rights era firsthand from their teacher Mr. T, who marched with Martin Luther King Jr. in 1960s Alabama.
Anonymous donor gives clothing for 29th yearFor the past 29 years, an anonymous donor has donated thousands of dollars of new clothing to Clover Park School District students in need.
Clover Park School District thanks our veteransSchools across the district held Veterans Day assemblies to thank veterans and active duty military members for their service.
Clover Park SD hosts open house for Early Learning ProgramTeachers, administrators and families gathered to celebrate the relocation and centralization of Clover Park SD Early Learning Programs on Oct. 19, 2016.
Promising futures created at Four Heroes Elementary SchoolPrincipal Mitchell and assistant principal Qualls (now principal at Dower Elementary School) inspire Four Heroes Elementary School students to create promising futures. Thank a principal this October for School Principals and Assistant Principals Month!
Living the District PromiseSince January 2016, many Clover Park School District employees have been recognized for living the district promise.
2016 Retirement ReceptionClover Park School District retirees were honored for their years of service to students at a reception on June 13.
2016 Graduation CeremoniesIn the 2015-16 school year, 481 students graduated from Lakes and Clover Park High Schools, Harrison Preparatory School and the Open Doors Re-Engagement Program.
The Arlington Project honors America’s fallenVisit Clover Park High School’s Arlington Project through Memorial Day weekend.
Employees of the Year selected for Clover Park School DistrictThree Clover Park School District (CPSD) employees were honored as Employees of the Year at a districtwide celebration.
Lakes students' photographs featured at St. Clare HospitalEleven Lakes students' photographs are now displayed at St. Clare Hospital in Lakewood.
Students participate in district band festivalAround 450 elementary, middle and high school band students participated in the district band festival on March 31.
Students demonstrate cooking skills during competitionEighteen fourth-graders demonstrated their cooking skills during the "Future Chefs" cooking competition Feb. 11.
Jermaine Kearse visits Hillside Elementary SchoolJermaine Kearse visited Hillside to encourage students to work hard, persevere and believe in themselves.
New video reinforces district's promiseThe district has released a two-minute video that features interviews from teachers, parents and students
National Board Certified Teachers recognizedNew and renewed National Board Certified Teachers were recently recognized at a celebration.
Volunteers deliver food bags to schoolsClover Park High School JROTC cadets joined soldiers from the 4th Battalion, 23rd Infantry regiment to distribute food bags to schools.
Students benefit from clothing given by anonymous donorAn anonymous donor has given $30,000 worth of new clothing to Clover Park School District students in need
Hundreds of visitors celebrate Beachwood Elementary's grand openingMore than 350 students, parents, staff and dignitaries celebrated the grand opening of Beachwood Elementary School on Sept. 22
Community celebrates opening of Four Heroes ElementaryMore than 700 students, parents, staff, first responders and dignitaries celebrated the grand opening of Four Heroes Elementary School on Sept. 10.
Lakes students' photographs featured at St. Clare HospitalTen Lakes High School students' photographs were chosen to be displayed at St. Clare Hospital in Lakewood. The students were recognized during a celebration of art on April 22.
2015 STEM Fair award winnersCongratulations to the 125 District STEM Fair award winners who were honored for their accomplishments on March 18 at Clover Park High School!
Schools Doors open at new Harrison Preparatory SchoolHarrison Preparatory School students and staff started classes at their new building in Lakewood on Jan. 5. A Grand Opening Celebration for the new school will take place on March 26.
Grand Opening Celebration Held for Meriwether and Rainier Elementary SchoolsMore than 300 students, parents, staff and dignitaries celebrated the grand opening of Meriwether and Rainier Elementary Schools on Oct. 8.
First Day of School 2014Clover Park School District students were welcomed on Wednesday, Aug. 27 to the first day of the 2014-15 school year.
2014 Graduation CeremoniesIn the 2013-14 school year, 403 students graduated from Harrison Preparatory School and Clover Park and Lakes High Schools.
2014 CPSD RetireesAs we start a new school year, we want to recognize and thank employees who retired last year.
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Clover Park School District complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender or disability. This holds true for all students who are interested in participating in educational programs and/or extracurricular school activities. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the school district’s Title IX/RCW 28A.260 compliance officer and Section 504/ADA coordinator: Title IX/RCW 28A.260 compliance officer: executive director for human resources, Clover Park School District, 10903 Gravelly Lake Drive SW, Lakewood, WA 98499, 253-583-5080. Section 504/ADA coordinator: deputy superintendent, Clover Park School District, 10903 Gravelly Lake Drive SW, Lakewood, WA 98499, 253-583-5050.