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Chloe Clark Elementary School Overview

1700 Palisade Blvd, Dupont, WA 98327 , Tel: +1 (253) 583-7100 Steilacoom Hist. School District
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    Type: Public Elementary School
    Grades: K-5
  • 567

    Students

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Chloe Clark Elementary School Ratings & Reviews

February 02, 2018 Submitted by a parent
The faculty and staff of Chloe Clark elementary school are 1st class. This school has been a blessing to our military family. Each and every time we have expressed any concern we have received positive response promptly. Our son has excelled in the curriculum in both 1st grade and 2nd grade. If we had the chance our son would remain at Chloe Clark throughout the remainder of this year and next. We feel it is rare to find an elementary school of this caliber, and even more rare to find such a caring principle, who has great pride in the accomplishments of his educators.
June 05, 2017 Submitted by a parent
My girls had a wonderful experience at Chloe Clark from Spring 2014 to June 2017. When my older daughter experienced bullying, the principal and counselor were quick to meet with the students and develop "contracts." The principal and counselor followed up with me for two months to ensure problems were resolved. My daughter also participated in a weekly group to talk about bullying, being more assertive, and practicing communication skills. My middle daughter, who has an IEP, experienced the Developmental Preschool and is currently completing 1st grade. The Special Education team has really been our partners in making sure that my daughter received all the services, supports and accommodations to ensure she succeeded. In fact, the team worked to make sure my daughters services were never in jeopardy and actually increased services based on parent suggestions. We will miss this school!
August 15, 2016 Submitted by a community member
I had all my kids go to this school. Great school, Awesome Principal, Cool teachers and staff. Perfect first school for kids to enjoy and learn.
May 16, 2016 Submitted by a parent
This school brags about the achievement scores from state testing. If you do a little research, you will see that while it may "test high", those marks are the "high" of the low end for the state. We moved here as a military family & had heard great things about this school district. My kids are academically about a full year ahead of the grades they are in because they aren't learning anything new. We're worried that when we move again, our kids will be behind. It's like they have lost a full year. I have to agree w/ what others have written about this school in regards to chaos. The classrooms are out of control. Spend 10 minutes in the cafeteria and you will see. Kids running around w/ minimal supervision. The noise level is so high, that the few women supervising have to yell in a microphone or bull horn to get the attention of the students. The classes are habitually late to lunch, leaving about 10 minutes to eat...wonder how childhood obesity starts?... Go observe the drop off and pick up situation. It's not a matter of "if" someone will get hit, it is "when". Cars speeding through school zones. Principal is no where to be found. Teachers send kids out the doors w/ no supervision. Kids dart in between cars! Someone stated that the principal is "warm and personable". Okay? He lacks any decisiveness on real issues. He is passive, patronizing & is the butt of community jokes. This school has NO control over bullying. They say "zero tolerance", but it's more like "pretend it doesn't happen". PE is a joke. Ask the PE teacher what the state mandated learning standards are that he follows. He can't tell you. Most of the time, the kids have "free time" in PE. They might as well be at recess. Do I sound picky? Maybe. But my children deserve the best education they can receive, and so do yours. Would love to afford private school, but can't. But that doesn't mean my kids should suffer. We will be happy to move from this school. A note to other military: DuPont is fun for neighborhood activities, friendly neighbors and local businesses. But if you have school age kids, think twice. This school DOES NOT provide support specific to military kids. Your kids will experience a less than adequate education. My spouse and I are both educated w/ masters degrees. We understand the importance of good education. Your kids won't get that at this school. Stay on post.
August 23, 2015 Submitted by a community member
My child attended Chloe Clark for two years, for grades 2 and 3. The students' experience largely depends on his or her specific teacher. I've seen some great teachers and a couple not so great ones. Overall the staff has been pleasant and the principal, Mr. Yoho, is warm and personable. Each day starts in the community room at 9:05 for the pledge of Allegiance and for announcements including Groovy News, which highlights individual student's achievements. Personally I do not think this is a waste of time like a previous commenter has said. This seems to be a good way to get all the students to feel as a community as well as a good and organized way to send kids off to their classes.The school has enrichment or "specials" classes for Music, PE, Library and Counselor. During 3rd grade kids can join the choir too. The PTA programs were good the two years we were there. This included science night, art walks, a carnival, and Friday movie nights. Each month the school has an assembly called Friday Sing which my child enjoyed. The downside, the food can be a lot better in the cafeteria. And half day schedules can be rather chaotic. Also for Kindergarten parents children only go to school half the day unless they opt for the full day schedule where your child only comes in for a few days a week.
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Average Rent in Dupont, WA

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