Moving up from fifth to sixth grade is an exciting time for students, and parents! In Clarkston, sixth graders from throughout the district come together in one building to begin building bonds with their graduating class. Sashabaw Middle School is home to sixth and seventh grade students - this is a very unique and deliberate arrangement designed by middle grade educators to "Keep Kids Younger, Longer."
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We are excited to announce that the Oakland Live Y'ers (OLY) swim team is now running a USA competitive swim program for all ages at Clarkston High School pool.
OLY brings a tradition of excellence of over 50 years to the Clarkston Community, and OLY coaches will be working in cooperation with CHS varsity swim. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On March 17-18, eight Clarkston Future Problem Solving teams participated in the State Bowl Competition at MSU and came home with top awards! The Michigan Future Problem Solving Program (MFPSP) provides creative problem solving activities for students grades K-12. Spanning a variety of disciplines and content areas, MFPSP consistently demonstrates its validity in education as an integral part of a school's curriculum or as an academic extracurricular activity.
The Clarkston FTC Technados robotics team and coach Patrick Zelinski recently traveled to Cedar Rapids, Iowa to compete at the North Super Regional Championship March 15-17 and earned a ticket to the upcoming FIRST FTC World Championship. The Technados are Clarkston's first FIRST FTC team to make it to the North Super Regional Championship level, and now they're also the district's first team ever to qualify for the FIRST FTC World Championship!
Clarkston Community Schools is pleased to announce a new partnership with Clarkston Medical Group (CMG) to provide health services for students on the campuses of North Sashabaw Elementary and Sashabaw Middle School two days per week (Tuesday and Thursday). Services will be provided by Bianca Green, an experienced CMG family nurse practitioner.
Middle school girls learned tactics to stand up to bullying and ways to build self-esteem during the 4-week Girls Stand Strong program at Sashabaw Middle School.