The Strength of the Wolf is the Pack


Students in Allie Dennis' 7th Grade ELA classes and members of the Clarkston Community recently participated in the eye-opening Human Library Project Opens a New Window. , a worldwide movement which aims to combat stereotypes and prejudices. Through conversations, first impressions, questions, and answers, The Human Library makes itself a place where real people are "on loan" to readers and is a space for open minds, growth, acceptance, and understanding.

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SMS Band Students Get a Chance to "Be the Teacher"

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.

CHS Team RUSH Wins Quality Award

It was another solid meet for Team RUSH 27 as they competed in the FIRST in Michigan District at East Kentwood, March 28-30.

CHS Welcomes Japanese Exchange Students

For one week every school year, a handful of students from Japan make the trek from their homeland to spend time in Clarkston as part of a student exchange program.

Future Problem Solvers Win at State Bowl

Over the March 23 weekend, the Clarkston Community Schools' Future Problem Solvers team traveled to Michigan State University for the State Bowl competition and came home with nine awards.