As we reach the end of our second week away from school, I'd like to share some key updates with you, including our plans for transitioning to Clarkston Virtual At-Home Learning on Monday, April 6.
The CCS Board of Education has scheduled a Closed Session meeting for the purpose of discussing negotiations. The meeting will begin in open session at 4pm on Thursday, March 26, through a virtual Google Meeting.
Some have asked if Governor Whitmer's shelter-in-place order changes our free meal services. We are proud to say that Clarkston families will still be able to count on us!
Superintendent Shawn Ryan checks in with families and provides some updates, including an extension to our previously planned school closure. We will now resume school no sooner than Tuesday, April 14. Families should also be prepared for additional non-mandatory online learning opportunities to be offered by teachers, beginning on April 6.
In this letter you will find the links to three documents: the K-5 Educational Development Plan (EDP), the 6-12 Educational Development Plan (EDP) and the Virtual Learning Contract
In an effort to learn more about your family's needs related to meal support and digital access, we have developed a brief survey that we would like for you to take as soon as possible.
As a learning institution, we also want to keep students engaged, enriched, and well while navigating the challenges of social distancing.
As you know, late last night Governor Gretchen Whitmer ordered that all Michigan K-12 schools be closed until April 6, 2020 in order to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
On Monday, March 16 we will be closing all K-12 schools for the day in order to allow our staff to come together for contingency planning in response to COVID-19.