Last Day for Quarter 3 Schedule Changes

is Friday,

Jan. 25, 2019

International Baccalaureate Information Night

Monday, February 11, 2019

7:00 p.m.

Clarkston High School LGI

For any 7th-10th grade students and parents who are interested in the International Baccalaureate program, there will be an informational meeting on Monday, February 11, 2019 in the Clarkston High School LGI at 7:00 p.m. This meeting will cover what courses students need to be enrolled in to be involved in this program as well as the benefits of the program. Any questions will also be answered.

For further information, contact:

Vicki Potter, IB Coordinator 248.623.3538

Support for Students

SMS Counseling Brochure

Academic Resources

the clarkston help

A free tutoring program created by students, for students. It provides students an extra opportunity for individualized, one-on-one support. The program is run once a week and is open to all 6th and 7th grade students at Sashabaw Middle School.

When: Sundays from 1:00pm - 2:30pm All School Year

Where: Sashabaw Middle School (6th Grade Cafeteria)

Click Here to Sign Up


Study Hall is an optional, fee-based program that affords students the opportunity to socialize, complete homework, or participate in clubs, sports, and other activities.

Available from after school until 5:30pm full school days

$4.00/hour (pay every Monday when picking up your child in cash or check payable to SMS)

For more information or to sign up contact

Required Information for Sign Up; parent/guardian name(s), contact phone number(s), student name and grade, regularly scheduled days and/or drop-in days.

Dealing with Bullying


Common Ground

Common Ground has recently started an Online Crisis Chat Line; for teens and/or anyone who may be looking for emotional support. Such topics include, but are not limited to anxiety, depression, a break-up, bullying or suicide.

Other Resources

  • Common Ground's Resource and Crisis Hotline: 24/7 (Please call 800-231-1127)
  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 24/7--please call 800-273-TALK (8255)
  • Crisis Text Line: 24/7: Users should text "Hello" to 741741

For more information please visit or call our crisis/referral line at 1-800-231-1127

Kids empowered

Kids Empowered offer programs and training to empower children, parents and professionals to deal with bullying, relational aggression, mean-spirited behavior and to build confidence, self-esteem, fitness and social skills.

Digital Citizenship

Elementary/middle school Digital Footprint Presentation

Included in the link are rules for smart phones, cell phone etiquette, texting, cyberbullying, social media rules, parental controls, questions for family discussion, and managing technology as a family.

Students can get a FREE Social Media Report Card at


  • Be polite to others online just as you would offline. If someone treats you rudely, don't respond. Online bullies are just like offline ones - they WANT you to answer. Don't give them the satisfaction.
Never send a message to others when you are angry. Wait until you've had time to calm down and think. Once you've sent a message, it is nearly impossible to undo the damage.
      • Never open a message from someone you don't know.
      • Turn off, disconnect, unplug. Give yourself a break. you don't have to be available 24/7.
      • Don't reply to messages from cyberbullies - even though you may really want to. Cyberbullies want to know that they're messing with your mind. Tell your parents or another trusted adult! This is very important!!
      • Do not erase or delete messages from cyberbullies. You don't have to read it, but keep it. It's your evidence. The plice and your ISP, and/or your telephone company can use these messages to help you.

      Remember the "Power of the X": If someone is being mean to you online ... don't respond. Simply X out!!

      Never give out or share personal information, including your name, the names of friends or family, your address, phone number and school name. Personal info also includes pictures of yourself and your email address. Never tell anyone your passwords.

      Source - Kaye Randall, MSW, LISW-CP "Mean Girlz: Empowering Targets" 6-12 Webinar

      6th Grade Course Information

      7th Grade Course Information

      Scheduling information for 2018-19 7th Grade

      Scheduling Presentation on how to fill out the Schedule Cards and what the electives are

      2018-19 Schedule Card

      2018-19 Scheduling Information

      (Description of electives)

      Advanced/Accelerated Classes


      If you have questions regarding the Advanced and/or Accelerated class placement please download the Frequently Asked Questions below or Click Here. The entire process of selection is described, as well as the differences in curriculum.

      Schedule Changes

      Schedule Changes

      In order to change a class parents/guardians and/or students must fill out a Schedule Change Request Form and get a parent/guardian signature. Schedule Change Request Forms are located in the Counseling Office or you can click below.

      Schedule Change Request Form


      Mrs. Jamie Graves, Counselor
      (Last Names A-G)
      P: 248.623.4214

      Mrs. Amy Wade-Tiffner, Counselor
      (Last Names H-M)
      P: 248.623.4215

      Mr. Warren Meehan, Counselor

      (Last Names N-Z)

      Mrs. Dana Houston-Jones, Social Worker
      P: 248.623.4289

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