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This is the password protected portal for Clarkston Community Schools employees only. You will find many helpful resources by clicking the icons below, and browsing the pages within this area. Need help? Check out our Website Guide for tips to navigating the new site.

Please note that your logins for Synergy, SchoolDude (work orders) and others have not changed. The only thing changing is the way you are now accessing them.

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School Hours by Building

Andersonville Elementary School
8:30am - 3:45pm
Half Days: 8:30am - 11:46am

Bailey Lake Elementary School
8:30am - 3:45pm
Half Days: 8:30am - 11:46am

Independence Elementary School
8:30am - 3:45pm
Half Days: 8:30am - 11:46am

Springfield Plains Elementary School
8:30am - 3:45pm
Half Days: 8:30am - 11:46am

Clarkston Elementary School
8:15am - 3:30pm
Half Days: 8:15am - 11:31am

North Sashabaw Elementary School
8:15am - 3:30pm
Half Days: 8:15am - 11:31am

Pine Knob Elementary School
8:15am - 3:30pm
Half Days: 8:15am - 11:31am

Sashabaw Middle School
7:35am - 2:25pm
Half Days: 7:35am - 10:53am

Clarkston Junior High School
7:40am - 2:35pm
Half Days: 7:40am - 10:58am

Clarkston High School
7:25am - 2:25pm
Half Days: 7:25am - 10:43am

Renaissance High School
7:15am - 2:10pm
Half Days: 7:15am - 10:33am

Early Childhood Center
SPICE Program
8:35am - 3:15pm
Half Days: 8am - 11:15am

DOLLS Program
9am - 10:30am
Tues./Wed./Fri.

Work Orders & Facility Reservations

Subscribe to eBlasts

Stay informed of Clarkston Community Schools news and updates with email notifications ... it's simple!

  1. Go to www.clarkstoncalendar.org.
  2. Click on "Email Reminders."
  3. Enter your email address and click "Next."
  4. Scroll through the list and select those groups from which you’d like to receive email notifications. For individual schools, click on "CCS" and then scroll to the bottom of the list and select "Next" to choose subgroups.
  5. Scroll through the subgroup list and select those schools/other subgroups from which you’d like to receive email notifications. When finished, click on "Submit."
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You’re all set! You should begin to receive eBlasts from the groups and subgroups you selected within days.

Safety Drills

Drill Requirements

All Michigan schools that operates any of grades Kindergarten to 12 must conduct at least:

  • Five fire drills per school year. Three of which must take place by December 1. (There must be a reasonable interval between each drill.)
  • Two tornado safety drills per school year. One of which must take place in March.
  • Three lockdown drills per school year, including security measures appropriate to an emergency "such as the release of hazardous material or the presence of a potentially dangerous individual on or near the premises." At least one of the drills must take place by December 1 and at least one after January 1. (There must be a reasonable interval between each drill.)

It's also important to note that schools are required to conduct at least one of the above-listed drills during lunch, recess, or at another time when a significant number of students are present, but not in classrooms.

2017-2018 Safety Drills

Library Resources

Email & Cloud Printers

Athletics Schedules & Forms

For Athletics schedules and forms, please visit the Athletics page.

Plan of Care (Student Medication Forms)

To edit PDF files, please download the PDF to your computer by doing the following steps:

  1. Click on the link for the document you want to download.
  2. Download the document and open.
  3. Input the required information.
  4. Get physician's signature (if needed).
  5. Print and bring document to school and/or scan then email to your counselor and dean.

Volunteer Background Check

VOLUNTEER BACKGROUND CHECK

The following information is to provide clarification and consistency in the procedures for performing background checks on individuals that volunteer in the Clarkston Community School district.

  1. The State of Michigan requires by law that school districts perform background checks of school employees.
  2. Board policies require all potential volunteers be screened through ICHAT (Internet Criminal History Tool) and OTIS (Offender Tracking Information Services-sex offender registry). This is to be done prior to the first time an individual participates or volunteers for a school sponsored activity.
  3. All records are kept confidential and will not be received or disseminated to anyone not directly involved in the screening process.
  4. The district reserves the right to perform additional background checks at any time for the duration of the volunteer's service in the district. This can be performed regardless of self-disclosure of inappropriate behavior following the initial check.
  5. A master list of approved volunteers will be maintained by the district in accordance with Board policy.

Clarkston Community Schools Volunteer Background Check Form

District Policies & Student Code of Conduct

Discrimination Acts

The Clarkston Community Schools, in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and the Americans with Disability Act of 1990, states that it is the policy of the Clarkston Community School District that no person shall, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, or ancestry, age gender, marital status, disability, height, weight, and/or any other legally protected characteristic, be discriminated against, excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to, discrimination in any program or activity for which the Board is responsible or for which it receives financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Education.

If any person believes that the Clarkston Community School District or any part of the school organization is guilty of discrimination as noted above, he/she may bring forward a complaint which should be referred to as a grievance to the following public officials:

Deputy Superintendent (Section 504 Coordinator)
Clarkston Community Schools, 6389 Clarkston Road,
PO Box 1050, Clarkston, MI 48347-1050

(All other inquiries related to discrimination)
Executive Director of Personnel & Auxiliary Services
Clarkston Community Schools, 6389 Clarkston Road

SMS Professional Points of Pride

Crisis Communications Guidelines for Staff

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Professional Learning

Click here for information about teaching certificates and continuing education:

Teacher Certification & Professional Development Documentation

Teacher Pages on the CCS Website

Linking your teacher page takes just a few simple steps:

  • In the upper left corner of this screen, you should see your name. Click "Profile" in the dropdown menu.
  • In the Profile tab, scroll down to the "Teacher Site" field. Copy & paste the URL of your existing teacher homepage.
  • Review the rest of your profile information and ensure it is accurate.
  • Click the green button in the lower right that says "Update Profile" and you are done!

Questions?
Mary Ellen Rowe
Marketing Director
P: 248.623.5460

Bus Change Procedures

Effective for the 2017-2018 school year, students who wish to ride a bus other than the one they are assigned, or get off at a different stop than usual, they must present a signed Alternate Stop Form to their school building office no later than 2pm that day. Please plan ahead!

Alternate Stop Form