"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.
building tomorrow's leaders
The mission of Pine Knob Elementary empowers our students to be thinkers and leaders. Our staff, in partnership with families and community, help build independent, creative, cooperative, risk-taking leaders for today and tomorrow. Through open communication between home and school, possibilities for our students are endless. The key ingredients for success include open communication, parent involvement and dedication of staff and willingness of students to grow.
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.