Clark Intermediate School

Spring Independent School District

Welcome Message

  • Principal Mr. Torrance Brooks - Principal

    We are thrilled to have your child as part of the Clark Intermediate Family. We will make every effort to help your child achieve academically and socially. It is our goal to create an enriched, learning environment that engages each scholar. Of course, we need and welcome your support and cooperation. You play a key role in the academic success of our scholars; therefore, school/parent communication is important. Read more...

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  • Attention 5th Grade Students/Bammel Middle School 
     
    Bammel Middle School, which will be The School for International Studies next year, needs your help. They will be offering new electives for their scholars focused on languages and cultures.  Specifically, all sixth grade scholars will explore 5 languages (Spanish, French, German, Mandarin, and American Sign Language) and the cultures that speak those languages. As they work to build your scholar's ideal schedule,  Please complete the course selection form that is provided below in English or Spanish. Forms must be completing by
    Friday, April 17, 2020.  
     
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  • Four Mathematical Operations for Learning from our Campus Academic Specialist 

    Clark Cats,
    Please click the link below to find Anchor Charts and YouTube videos to strengthen and practice the four mathematical operations (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division). Proficiency with these operations is vital as it is an integral step in other mathematical concepts as well as the foundation for more advanced math courses.

    Mathematical Operations for Learning

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  • Response to Intervention (RTI) Student Support and Strategies 

    Please click on the tab below to learn more about various student strategies and resources to assist scholars with online learning.

    Response To Intervention Teaching Strategies

     

     

     

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  • Literacy Newsletter For Parents

    Please check out the lastest news in our Clark Intermedaiate Literacy Newsletter for parents! We have provided a lot of informative and very exciting information for parents to use at home with your children. There are also many resources to assist you and your child with making reading fun at home.

    Parent Literacy Newsletter

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  • My SpringISD Login Information

    Please click on the link below if you need information to assist you with your SpringISD family login. 

    My SpringISD Logins English and Spanish

    Additional Resources

    Click on the link Empowered Learning at Home at the bottom of this page for activities that students can complete.  Activities and sample schedules for scholars with or without online access at home are included.

     

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  • Counseling Services Information From Mrs. Young and Ms. Hampton

    Please click on the links below to view messages from our counselors.

    Ms. Hampton's Check In Video for Scholars

    Mrs. Young's Check In Video for Scholars

    Find all kinds of information and resources to support you during this time away from school please click link below. 

    Spring ISD Student Support  

    Additional resources can be found at https://tea.texas.gov/sites/default/files/covid-19_mh_resources_4.3.20.pdf

    We know that this can be a difficult and stressful time for our Clark Intermediate students and families, so we would like to offer our support. If you or one of our scholars are in need of counseling services, please click on the link below and fill out the counseling referral form and our school counselors will get back to you within 24 hours. 

    Complete las siguientes preguntas si necesita comunicarse con la consejera.  Respondera dentro de 24 horas.

    Counselor Request Form

    Some Resources for Parents During COVID-19 Closures

    For parents dealing with disruptions to everyday life brought about by COVID-19, these are challenging times. Schools are closed, parents may be working from home or concerned about their own jobs, and so much seems uncertain. Thankfully, there are resources available to help parents deal with some of these common challenges.

     

    “How do I talk to my kids about COVID-19?”

    Children are naturally curious and perceptive, and will often look to their parents – and other adult authority figures – to help them understand and make sense of what is happening around them. This is true now more than ever, as the spread of COVID-19 brings so many changes into children’s lives so quickly. Parents are often the first and most important source of information, and they can do a lot to help their children develop a positive, resilient and resourceful mindset.

    There are a growing number of helpful resources on the internet. In particular, Spring ISD counselors have recommended resources from the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) and PBS, including Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource [PDF] and How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus, which also contains additional links to online programs and other resources to share with your family.

    Here are some key tips for parents to keep in mind:

    • Be as calm as you can. Children and teens are great at reading how their parents feel. The calmer you are, the calmer your child will be.
    • Answer their questions, even if the answer is “I don’t know.” Right now, some people are sick. Most, however, are not.
    • Tell them adults are working hard to keep them safe and healthy. Teach them what they can do to stay healthy, such as washing their hands and covering their cough with their elbow or a tissue instead of their hand.
    • Turn off the technology. Seeing too much news coverage, too many social media posts and too many web pages about COVID-19 can make both parents and their children anxious.
    • Make a routine, and do your best to stick to it. If possible, try waking up and going to bed at the same time each day. Eat meals at the same time. Have everyone bathe and dress as if going to school or work. 

    “What if I need a little help myself?”

    The COVID-19 closures, cancellations and quarantines have put a lot of pressure on both children and adults. For those who may have lost income – or who are just feeling overwhelmed – 2-1-1 Texas, a program of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, helps Texas citizens connect with the services they need.

    You can dial 2-1-1, or 877-541-7905, to find information about resources in your local community. You can also search online at www.211texas.org.

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  • Parent Portal / Home Access Center

    Home Access Center is the application to access your student's grades, assignments, attendance and other information. Log into the mySpringISD portal for access to Home Access Center.

    Report cards are available online through Home Access Center (HAC). In order to access your child's electronic report card, you must have an E-MAIL ADDRESS on file at your child's school. If you do not know your pin or password, please contact the school.

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