In August 2016, Clarkston voters approved a $76 million bond proposal for the completion of safety, technology, and building projects across our district. Here's an overview of the construction projects that were completed this summer.
As the countdown to a new school year begins, I can't help but imagine that the undercurrent of excitement rippling through our school buildings right now is not unlike opening the gates at a Disney park.
Welcome to 28 new teachers and staff members who joined the Clarkston Community Schools team this year!
Clarkston Community Schools is proud to announce our new partnership with Chartwells K12 to offer new and improved school lunches in all of our buildings!
Welcome back! The first half-day of school for all students is Monday, August 26. For your convenience, we have compiled important dates in this handy Back-to-School Guide.
Show your school pride! Download your school's back-to-school sign, snap a photo on the first day of school (Monday, August 26) and share it with us on social media using #CCSBackToSchool and #WeAreClarkston. No color printer? No problem! We will have a few extras in your building's office for a quick pic before you start the day!
"Having the confidence of my colleagues to serve and represent them as president is a tremendous honor," said Horst, who has previously served as secretary, treasurer, and vice-president. "Quite simply, we respect each other. Even when we don't agree, we listen to each other and try to find common ground in the best interests of our students and staff."
"When you find a job you love, you'll never work a day in your life." Shawn Ryan will be back as Clarkston Community Schools superintendent for the 2019-2020 school year, after his contract was approved at the June 10 Board of Education meeting.
So, what comes after challenges, beginnings, and endings? Of course, more challenges, beginnings, and endings. But first, a deep breath and some relaxation.