Our early childhood education programs are devoted to developing the whole child for social, emotional, intellectual, and physical well-being. Each child will grow with knowledge and strength as an individual capable of making decisions that will shape his or her own future and the future of the world. The goal is for each child to reach his or her full potential in all areas of early childhood development, on the path to becoming an active and contributing member of society.
In a special community event during the CHS basketball game December 14, Clarkston Community Schools will recognize Coach Dan Fife for his contributions to the district as Athletic Director and Boys Basketball Coach for more than 36 years.
Superintendent Shawn Ryan shares an important communication regarding an online threat of school violence.
Clarkston for Life and Clarkston Community Schools invite the community to join us as we continue the conversation about anxiety that we began with the screening of the documentary Angst in October. Even if you missed the film, you'll benefit from this engaging evening and leave with practical tips to help manage stress and anxiety. We will also share a storehouse of local resources with attendees. This is just the beginning!
We invite you to share your thoughts, ideas, and hopes for Clarkston Community Schools at a moderated Community Conversation at the district Board Office on November 13 or December 12.
Superintendent Shawn Ryan shares why we have half-days, and what happens on our campuses after our students leave for the day.
Clarkston Community Schools and Clarkston For Life (a community well-being initiative) are teaming up to screen a documentary about anxiety, "Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety" to our community.
Emmy Award winning WXYZ Meteorologist Kevin Jeanes recently visited third grade students at both Pine Knob Elementary School and North Sashabaw Elementary Schools to talk about his exciting work with the weather.
The Wolves face off against the Lake Orion Dragons tonight at 7pm at LOHS for the Football for a Cure game to raise money for cancer survivors and their families. Players will wear special jerseys and will present them to survivors in a special post-game ceremony.
Coach Dan Fife retires after 36 years as the Wolves' varsity boys basketball head coach. Coach Fife is a true educator who has taught life lessons through the sport of basketball. His efforts have served to build a culture of success which has brought pride and recognition to our school and community while allowing Dan positively impact the lives of countless young people.