Clifton is honored to be a California Distinguished School, which has high expectations for students, staff, and parents. Together, we work diligently to provide a safe, nurturing, and challenging learning environment for student success. The academic, personal/social, needs of our students are integral to our mission of providing equal opportunity for all students to reach their maximum potential.
The following is important information for parents of CLIFTON CUBS!!
If your student is going to be absent please call the Attendance Office at (626) 471-2604 or send them with a note that explains the absence.
After school tutoring is available in multiple locations on campus. Tutoring is subject specific on different days in specific teachers' classrooms. There is general tutoring in the library from 3-4 on Tuesday and Thursday.
Check the flyer in the news section to see days and locations for the subject you need help in.
Village Extended School Program
The Village Program at Clifton operates a before school program and an after school program. Both programs are designed to help students with their academic achievement, promote positive social interactions and create physical well being. Students in the Village Program get homework assistance, academic support, healthy meals and structured physical activity in a safe and orderly learning environment. Students in the Village Program also get to participate in a variety of enrichment activities such as The GEACS Computer Science Research Project, Character Education, Soccer, Lanyard Club and more.
For more information on the Village Programs and registration information please contact:
The Clifton Library
Our Clifton Library is open:
Mr. Garcia is ready to help!
Lunch is available for all students in the cafeteria. Lunch is from 12:46-1:21 everyday except Wednesday when it is from 11:27-12:02. Fast food lunches are not permitted for students, but if a bag lunch is needed please drop it off in the Attendance Office.
The complete dress code is written in the Summer Registration Packet. The most important thing to remember is that when your student comes to school he/she needs to be dressed appropriately for school. This includes, but is not limited to, no tank tops, no open-toe shoes, and any shorts or skirts must be at or below mid thigh.
Positive Behavior Supports for Parents
Check out the flyer for details and come out Thursday to learn techniques and strategies.
We are off to a great start raising over $6,000 on the first night.
Get your golden paper with the 20 emails and you can still get in for the prizes.
Start bringing in emoji tags on Friday to win the daily prizes.
We had our big Step It Up Fundraiser assembly kick off. Step it Up is an obstacle course run similar to a walk-a-thon with students getting pledges. Pledges will be collected throughout September and the event will be on October 24th. Please read the packet your student brings home to learn about the program.
The kids are excited and this is a great way for them to win prizes and earn money for the school.
Check out the attached fliers for information and updates.
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri
Warning Bell 7:55
Period 1 8:00 - 8:55
Period 2 8:59 - 9:49
Snack 9:49 - 10:04
Period 3 10:08 - 10:58
Period 4 11:02 - 11:52
Period 5 11:56 - 12:46
Lunch 12:46 - 1:21
Period 6 1:25 - 2:15
Period 7 2:19 - 3:00
Wednesday Bell Schedule
Warning Bell 7:55
Period 1 8:00-8:45
Period 2 8:49-9:34
Period 3 9:53-10:38
Period 4 10:42-11:27
Period 5 12:06-12:51
Period 6 12:55-1:40