Social Media

We share news and celebrate our students on Facebook. You can follow school news on @ClearCreekOrcas:

You can request to restrict the release of your child's photos and other directory information to the press, website, yearbook, and social media by requesting a Form 8 from the main office.

Social Media Policies

We encourage safe, positive interactions on social networks for both staff and students. We outline safe online behavior through district wide policies and procedures related to social media (4026 and 4026P) and digital resources (2022 and 2022P). 


Our online conversations with you are important. Because of that, we want to provide welcome places for people to join them. We accept most comments. 

We ask that you be respectful to us and each other, just like we would in person. We reserve the rights to remove inappropriate comments posted on social media accounts we manage and to remove comments that are not relevant to the topic of the specific forum. 

Inappropriate comments include content that:

  • has obscene language or sexual content

  • threatens or defames any person or organization

  • violates the legal ownership interest of another party

  • supports or opposes political candidates or ballot propositions

  • promotes illegal activity

  • promotes commercial services or products

  • is not topically related to the particular posting

  • contains contents that promote, foster, or perpetuate discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation

The district will not, however, remove otherwise permissible comments based on the user’s viewpoint on a topic or issue raised by the district. We do not agree with or endorse every comment people make or non-district links posted on our social media presences. Please know that any comment you make to the district on a social network is public. We may be requested to disclose it under the Washington State Public Records Act.

We understand that social media conversations can happen 24/7. However, please understand that we are not able to moderate at all hours. We may not see every inappropriate comment right away. We ask that you alert us and either ignore or respond politely until we can.

Please contact [email protected]  if you have any questions about the district's social media policies.