We will be hosting an OPEN HOUSE at the Early Childhood Center on Thursday, February 21 from 5:00p.m - 7p.m.
This is a wonderful opportunity to tour our building and meet our staff! All family members are welcome!
Registration for the 2019/2020 school year will start in March! Exact dates will be posted soon!
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.
Next week, as part of our focus on creating a healthy, safe, and supportive learning environment, we will welcome nationally renowned speaker Julia Garcia to Clarkston Junior High School and Clarkston High School.
Yes, Count Day is important to public schools, but it's certainly not a factor in deciding snow days.
All 6th graders at SMS recently worked on the Academic Service Learning project, "A Fresh Water Perspective." Students learned about the global problem of access to safe drinking water, taught their community about this global problem, and then took action.
Before the next weather event, I thought I'd take a moment to demystify the greatest of all winter curiosities...the snow day!
The CHS Drama Club is pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for the musical, Hairspray, based on the New Line Cinema film by John Waters.
Course selection season is right around the corner! Students and parents are invited to come and explore our course offerings and learning opportunities at Clarkston High School and Clarkston Junior High.
With a slight warm-up in the forecast, it is our plan to resume school tomorrow, Friday, February 1... barring any unforeseen circumstances.
A Clarkston High School educator known for his dedication to help students reach their potential in the classroom and in their personal lives has been honored with an Excellence in Education award from the Michigan Lottery.