On Monday, May 25, we will step away from Virtual At-Home Learning in observance of Memorial Day. Please enjoy a safe and restful weekend.
Our goal is to provide the best possible commencement celebration for our students with the appropriate guidance from local and state officials.
As many of our community members continue to support one another during this challenging time, we would like to contribute to that support with uplifting messages of hope and gratitude.
The Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer Program (P-EBT) food assistance benefits will go to Michigan families with students ages 0 to 26 who are eligible for Free or Reduced-Price School Meals.
Though this is not the ending that anyone would have expected for our seniors, we know that collectively we will create new memories that will be no less special or meaningful
Your outpouring of support during Teacher Appreciation Week and always keeps us motivated and moving forward.
We have received several questions about materials that are checked out to students, and we wanted to address those concerns.
Superintendent Shawn Ryan sent the following note to Clarkston Community Schools teachers and staff on Monday, May 4 to thank them for their dedication and heart this Teacher Appreciation Week.
Our community needs support now more than ever, and Clarkston Community Schools continues to answer the call! Here are just a few of the ways our students, staff, and families are pitching in to do our part.