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ALICE School Safety & Stop the Bleed Training

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In order to maintain a safe environment for teaching and learning, Clarkston Community School has partnered with The ALICE Training Institute to prepare staff and students in the event that an armed intruder enters one of our buildings with the intent of doing harm. ALICE is a federally endorsed safety protocol that stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate.

The strategies do not need to be completed in order and should not be considered a checklist. Staff and students will rely on the information at hand and their own judgment to determine the safest course of action.

Read more about school safety and security in our district. 

Stop the Bleed Training

In 2018, all staff were trained by St. Joseph Mercy Oakland in first aid and bleeding control protocols. For a refresher of this life-saving training, please watch the video below. 

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Employee Cloud Printers

You will need your Finalsite username (first initial, middle initial, last name) and password to login to Employee Cloud Printers.


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Media Relations and Social Media Best Practices

Media on Campus

Clarkston Community Schools recognizes the important role the media plays in reporting news and information about our educational programs, services, students, and employees. The district’s Marketing Department assists the media by providing accurate and timely information and inviting news reporters to visit our campuses. Anytime a member of the media is on district property, the Marketing Director or a designated administrator will serve as an escort to minimize disruption at the school and to assist with additional requests. Please review our staff guidelines for handling media relations.


Social Media Engagement

Social media is a lasting and dependable two-way communications tool for Clarkston Community Schools, and as such, should reflect the unique voices of each of our respective buildings, clubs, and programs while following district standards for branding, professionalism, grammar, and writing style. These guidelines provide a framework for our engagement with the public on social media.

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Student Bus Changes

Bus Change Procedures

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

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  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.

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