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26 days ago, Denise Golubski
we're hiring
Mark your calendars for the Clever Choir Showcase on Friday, October 15 at 7:00 pm in the CPAC. The Showcase features over seventy 7-12 grade choir students who have been working hard to prepare a fun and entertaining evening of music! Tickets will be available at the door for $5.
2 months ago, Denise Golubski
Choir Showcase
The month of October is now Socktober at Clever Schools! Join us as we collect new socks to be donated to local organizations.
2 months ago, Denise Golubski
Ever wonder what goes on during teacher workdays? The answer is "lots of things!" Yesterday, teachers met in Impact Teams which focus on realizing where students currently are and utilizing instructional strategies to move them to the next level. They also met in Leader In Me lighthouse groups to plan ways to implement the Leader in Me habits. Some of our teachers also heard motivational speaker Alex Demczak's message. Alex is a former SEC quarterback for the Missouri Tigers. He is also an inspiring communicator who challenges organizations to maximize their potential and make a difference. He spoke to our teachers about the power of positive of leadership and the power of a positive team. As you can see, teacher workdays are packed full of meetings and activities we use to help move Clever Schools forward and remain #bluejaystrong!
2 months ago, Denise Golubski
Positive Leadership
Our district is continuing to implement Leader in Me for grades K-8. Leader in Me (LIM) is a program developed to empower students with leadership and life skills. LIM believes that each child has unique strengths and has the ability to be a leader. The flyer below shows an overview of the 7 Habits. Our goal is to bridge the gap between home, school, and community as we continue this journey. Ask your students about Leader in Me!
2 months ago, Denise Golubski
Mark your calendars and save the date! The Clever High School Graduation Ceremony will take place Monday, May 16th, at Drury's O'Reilly Family Event Center. See the flyer for more information. More details will be shared closer to graduation.
3 months ago, Denise Golubski
graduation flyer
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. If you’re in crisis, there are options available to help you cope. You can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at any time to speak to someone and get support. For confidential support available 24/7 for everyone in the U.S., call 1-800-273-8255 or visit #shareNIMH
3 months ago, Denise Golubski
Suicide Prevention
Please take a moment to follow this link a read an important safety message from Officer Christina.
3 months ago, Denise Golubski
EOC Student reports will be handed out on August 27th. MAP Grade-Level Assessments will be handed out during Parent-Teacher Conferences.
4 months ago, Denise Golubski
Open House Thursday, August 19
4 months ago, Denise Golubski
Open House
Return to Learn 2021
4 months ago, Denise Golubski
Return To Learn
We are so proud of Clever High School Principal Joe Casey! Mr. Casey was named the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals Southwest Region's Principal of the Year! This honor was voted on by his peers and is certainly well deserved. Of course, we already know that Mr. Casey is an outstanding principal. Every day we witness his leadership skills with students and staff, and we are extremely happy that his colleagues have recognized him with this award. Congratulations, Mr. Casey!
6 months ago, Denise Golubski
Congratulations to our very own Kesha Moore. Kesha has been named as Opaa's Employee of the Year for the Keltner region. Kesha was chosen Employee of the Year out of approximately 135 employees. Way to go Kesha!
7 months ago, Denise Golubski
Kesha Moore
We are so proud of Clever senior Lanie King! Lanie has earned her State FFA Degree! Awarding of the degree is based on a member's supervised agricultural experience program in agribusiness or production agriculture, and leadership ability as demonstrated through involvement in FFA, school and community activities. Way to go, Lanie!!
7 months ago, Denise Golubski
state ffa
This week is teacher appreciation week. Our teachers work hard every single day--not because it's their job, but because they love their students. They don't just come to work, they show up in ways that impact students' lives for years to come. Take a minute this week to send an email, write a note, or give a fist bump to your child's teacher. Help us remind them how appreciated they are!
7 months ago, Denise Golubski
teacher appreciation
Clever School District is not short on talented students! Recently, Clever sophomore Ambryah Moore received 3rd place in the Congressional Art Contest. This is a large contest that includes the whole 7th Congressional District, which spans from Joplin to Springfield. Ambryah's entry (entitled "Eye") is amazing, and we are so proud of her! Congratulations, Ambryah!
7 months ago, Denise Golubski
Monday, May 3, is a make up day. School will be in session!
7 months ago, Denise Golubski
school in session
Special Olympics Meet canceled.
7 months ago, Denise Golubski
Special Olympics Canceled
The Clever HS Academic Team competed in the MSHSAA District contest this past Saturday. The team WON in Finals against Diamond to take the Championship in a very close match. This is the culmination of a LOT of work by all our students. The team will be moving on to Sectionals next Tuesday (April 27) at home. Good luck to our amazing team and their coaches!
8 months ago, Denise Golubski
Academic Team
February 26, 2021 Clever Family First of all, we’d like to send a huge thank you to our teachers and students who had to shift to virtual instruction this week. We’d also like to thank K-8 parents and students for adjusting their bus pick up times. Your flexibility has been greatly appreciated! Bus routes will return mostly to normal beginning Tuesday. All buses except Bus 3 will be back to normal routine. Bus 3 stops will stay at the same time they were this week. This will be the new route times for Bus 3. All riders must be at their stop waiting five minutes before bus time. Please do not wait for the bus to arrive before coming to the bus stop. This allows our buses to stay on time and not block traffic. If you have any questions regarding bus routes, please email Teresa Butler, Transportation Director, at We are looking forward to welcoming high school students back to the classroom Tuesday (March 2). Things might look a little different for a while, but we are ready for seated instruction to resume. The building has felt very empty without students in the classrooms and hallways! Please remember all AMI assignments must be completed and turned in. Please continue to work on these assignments over the weekend. Missing assignments will result in mandatory tutoring or Saturday School. If you have any questions regarding high school AMI or return to seated, please contact Mr. Casey at
9 months ago, Denise Golubski