"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.
Kids Care is a new community service club started at Clarkston High School this year, founded by sophomore Nathan Dimmer, and mentored by CHS teacher, Marybeth Spicer.
Are you looking for fun, educational experiences for your son or daughter while school is out? Our district's subject area coordinators compiled a list of summer camps and learning opportunities!
Clarkston Community Schools is replacing student desks and seating in our seven elementary buildings and is offering this furniture for purchase.
My, how they've grown in a year! Download your school's Last Day of School sign, snap a photo on the last day of school (Friday, June 7) and share it with us on social media using #SummerInClarkston 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!
Congratulations to the Clarkston High School musicians who were selected from over 250,000 students across the state to perform at the 57th Annual Michigan Youth Arts Festival (MYAF) May 9-11 at Western Michigan University.
A team of eight Independence Elementary School students recently competed at the Michigan Social Studies Olympiad XXXIII and took second place in the state!
In a well-attended ceremony at Clarkston High School, eight graduating seniors were honored and recognized during the district's second annual military signing day.
Three Clarkston High School students competed May 1-5 at the 2019 Business Professionals of America (BPA) National Leadership Conference (NLC) in California and brought home top honors!
Clarkston High School Principal Gary Kaul recently asked our 25 Class of 2019 Senior Scholars to share a few words about what they will take with them when they leave our halls in a few short weeks.
Today Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed House Bill 4206 to forgive four additional snow days. With this new legislation, Clarkston Community Schools is now cleared to end the school year with a half day on June 7.
When one shines, we all shine.
Two Clarkston High School students were honored this week at the inaugural Going PRO in Michigan Signing Week event for their dedication to pursuing high-wage, high-demand apprenticeships in the professional trades.
Bailey Lake Elementary student's video about autism awareness inspires "Light It Up Blue" Day at school (and WDIV-TV helped tell the story)!
Imagine for a moment all of the things you wish for your children right now and in the years ahead. This week, I saw those wishes before my eyes (and it was beautiful).
Clarkston Community Schools is now accepting applications for our open-enrollment specialty academic programs! Open enrollment in a participating program allows Oakland County residents outside of our district's boundaries to attend Clarkston Community Schools.
For the past ten years, Clarkston High School art students have participated in a heartwarming mission to create portraits for children around the world in partnership with The Memory Project.
Eight Clarkston Community Schools students recently competed in the Business Professionals of America 2019 State Leadership Competition, and four students have qualified for Nationals!
Sixth grade band members at Sashabaw Middle School were given the unique opportunity to "Be the Teacher" as part of a special Academic Service Learning event in which students taught community members how to play their instruments.
Learn more about our mission-driven plan to expand Clarkston Community Schools' open-enrollment specialty academic programs.
Mel Vaara remembers his storied career as a teacher and administrator at Clarkston Community Schools.
Following the recent measles outbreak in southeast Oakland County, Clarkston Community Schools Health Center physicians offer insights for staying healthy.
It was another solid meet for Team RUSH 27 as they competed in the FIRST in Michigan District at East Kentwood, March 28-30.
For a team from North Sashabaw Elementary School, last month's mid-winter break was a chance to keep learning.