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Dr. K. A. Clark School opened on April 8, 1968, two years after the passing of Karl Clark (1888-1966). A chemist, experimental scientist, and pioneer of bitumen separation, Dr. Clark’s prototype to refine the bitumen, provided the impetus to add value for the value of the oil sands. 

Students, staff, families and extended members of our larger school community have been healing from an intersection of challenges this year. Five years after the Horse River fire caused the displacement and evacuation of 88 000 from their homes, the COVID-19 global pandemic and a 100-year flood forcing yet another evacuation. 379 students were displaced and dedicated, hard working staff pulled together to give back to our community. 


520 students, 185 English Language Learners, 70 staff members and 4 community organizations are part of the #dinofam



Fort McMurray Public School Division 

Fort McMurray Public School Division is home to 16 schools. We offer a variety of programming for our youngest three-year-old Early Childhood Development Program students to our graduating Grade 12 students.

From French Immersion to innovative fine arts programming and from coding, and power engineering to sports academies - Fort McMurray Public School District is Doing What’s Best for Kids.


The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo has been incredibly supportive of our beautification efforts of Dr. K. A. Clark School. The school community would like to acknowledge the efforts of the administration, Operations and Maintenance Department of the Fort McMurray Public School Division, Parks and Recreation with the RMWB in their efforts for new playgrounds. 


Mark Dolmont has been the principal of Dr. K. A. Clark School since August 2020. He completed his PhD in Education in 2021. 


FMPSD Board of Trustees

Chair - Linda Mywaart, Vice Chair - Angela Adams, Trustee Jason Schulz, Trustee Malcom Setter, Trustee Lorna Spargo,Trustee Jonathan Lambert and Trustee Tim O'Hara


Nazia Hiscock joined as the Vice Principal of Dr. Clark School in the 2020-2021 school year. She completed her Masters in Education in 2018 and is currently completing a Graduate Studies in Educational Leadership. 

Abbi Easton, FMPSD Supervisor of Educational Technology, joined the administrative team this year as Vice Principal of Dr. Clark School. She is working towards compelting her Masters in Education. 

Stephanie Pittman has been the Senior Adminstrative Assistant at Dr. Clark School since 2010.

Crystal Sali has been the Administrative Assistant at Dr. Clark School since 2020. 


#dinofam is doing what's best for kids


We, at Dr. K.A. Clark Public School, will provide opportunities for all learners in a safe and nurturing environment, where everyone is provided the skills of leadership to achieve personal excellence through life-long learning.


Dr. Clark School will continue to be a partner in the community.


Dr. K. A. Clark School was dedicated to our #dinofam with three major goals.

(1) High academic expectations for all of our students.

(2) Develop a strong sense of community to provide stability for students and staff. Building community through school spirit days, virtual monthly Dino of the Month assemblies, online holiday concerts and talent shows.

(3) Dedicated to maintaining the culture, values and traditions of our established school community. Inherent to this is land acknowledgments, and the forwarding of 94 calls to action in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.


We recognize that in order to be successful in school, our children need support from both the home and school. A strong partnership with you will make a great difference in your child’s education. As partners, we share the responsibility for our children’s success and want you to know that we will do our very best to continue to support each student.


Education Plan

Dr. K. A. Clark School offers Daily Five Literacy program, Leveled Literacy Interventions, SKILLS Program, Vocational Individualized Program, Intensive Instructional Intervention (Triple I), Indigenous education through the Seven Grandfather Teachings curriculum, as well as, school-wide celebrations of Black History Month and Take Me Outside Day.

We are excited to announce that Dr. K. A. Clark School is the successful recipient of a $30 000 Community Investment Grant from the RMWB to support the commitment to an outdoor community garden. Hands-on gardening experience is also a great way to help young people understand and appreciate how food is grown. The community gardens will ensure access to long-term patients in Continuing Care at the Northern Lights Regional Health Centre and for future years with residents of Willow Square. 

We also received a $12 000 grant from Syncrude and Tree Canada to plant trees as part of their Operation Re-Leaf, providing opportunities to green the school grounds and build resilience.

Supply Lists

All Students

  • 1 pack of large broad tip washable Crayola markers, 16/pck
  • 2 boxes of pencil crayons, 24/box
  • 2 package crayons, 24/box
  • 1 pack of dry erase markers, chisel tip
  • 2 large glue stick, 3/pk
  • 1 bottle of white glue, 120 ml
  • 1 package Ziploc storage bags, extra large
  • 1 Kids headphones
  • 1 pair non-scuff running shoes 
  • 1 backpack
  • 1 lunch bag 

Early Learning (ECDP, Kindergarten)

  • 1 coil-bound scrapbook - (Hilroy 20 page 35.6 cm x 27.9 cm)
  • 5” Kids Blunt Softgrip Scissors
  • change of spare clothes (pants, underwear, shirt, socks)

Division One (Grade 1 - Grade 3)

  • 24 wood HB pencils
  • pencil case
  • 4 white erasers, 2/pk
  • 1 set of Hilroy exercise books, assorted 4/pack
  • 2 Hilroy 72 page notebooks, 1/2 plain and 1/2 interlined
  • 1 Exercise Book, Plain 9 ⅛” x 7⅛ 72 pages
  • 7” Kids Blunt Softgrip Scissors

Division Two (Grade 4 - Grade 6)

  • 24 wood HB pencils
  • 4 white erasers, 2/pk
  • 3 ring binder pouch
  • 7” Kids Blunt Softgrip Scissors
  • 6 paper report covers (light blue, red, black, yellow, green, orange duotang)
  • 1 acrylic metric ruler, 30cm
  • 1 metal pencil sharpener
  • 1 pkg ruled paper 400 sheets
  • 1 BD-1009 Handheld Calculator
  • 2 tank style highlighters, 1/Pack
  • 1 Fine tip Black Sharpie Marker
  • 1 large tab insertable dividers-5 tab- Assorted Colours

Programs and Services

We offer experienced teachers who value inclusive learning environments. Early Childhood Development Program (pre-kindergarten), Full Day Kindergarten and Grades 1 to Grade 6 teachers and educational assistants serve as partners in the community. 

Facts and Figures

Did You Know?

  • 92% of parents agree that children at Dr. Clark School are encouraged at school to try their best.
  • 100% of parents agree that teachers care about students.
  • Dr. Clark offers half-day morning and afternoon Early Childhood Development Programs and Full Day Kindergarten.
  • Students at Dr. Clark School are supported in the Triple I, VIP, and Skills programs.
  • Dr. Clark students engage in activities that support the community.
  • Dr. Clark students engage in literacy and numeracy every day!
  • Dr. Clark Students are musicians, athletes and artists.
  • All students at Dr. Clark respect each other by learning about the Seven Grandfather Teachings.
  • All students at Dr. Clark respect each other by learning about Black History in Canada and around the world!
  • Students at Dr. Clark respect each other by valuing diversity!
  • Students at Dr. Clark engage in real-world learning!

Our Mission Statement & Vision Statement


We, at Dr. K.A. Clark Public School, will provide opportunities for all learners in a safe and nurturing environment, where everyone is provided the skills of leadership to achieve personal excellence through life-long learning.


Dr. Clark School will continue to be a partner in the community

Dr. Clark Virtual Tour

Indigenous Healing Gardens

Triple I Program

Breakfast Program