OPEN MINDS & UNDERSTANDING
Students in Allie Dennis' 7th Grade ELA classes and members of the Clarkston Community recently participated in the eye-opening Human Library Project, 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.
Calling all graduates of the Clarkston High School Class of 1968! Join us for your 50th Reunion weekend in Clarkston!
Clarkston Area Optimist Club scholarships recently awarded four $1,000 scholarships to Clarkston students.
Elementary Learning Feedback Documents for elementary school students are now available to access through your ParentVUE account.
Sixth graders at Sashabaw Middle School put their Wolf Day to good use on Wednesday, June 6, tying blankets for children and adults with cancer.
It was a gorgeous night for a graduation, as families and friends of 606 soon-to-be alumni filled DTE Energy Music Theatre with excitement and remembrances.
This summer, please take time to see your child's talents, and his or her mind and great heart.
On Friday, May 25, 2018, U.S. Congressman Mike Bishop (Michigan's 8th District) visited Clarkston Junior High School's Construction Technology Program.
Learn more about vaping and how we can partner to keep our kids safe.
On Wednesday, May 30, CHS forensics teacher Chris Brosky was named the 2018 Clarkston Foundation Teacher of the Year!