Bus Schedule 2016-2017
Clarenceville District Spotlights
A Community Seminar Introducing Cultures of ThinkingAn Evening with Dr. Ron Ritchhart--A Community Seminar Introducing Cultures of Thinking. This is a great event for new teachers, parents, board members, and legislators to learn about our commitment to creating classroom cultures that value thinking for deep learning. This first offering of this special event is coming right up next Tuesday evening, seating is limited; registration fee is just $20.00. This a wonderful opportunity to learn from the lead researcher about this powerful set of ideas and instructional approaches to deep thinking in classrooms!
Provide Feedback: 21st Century Education CommissionGovernor Snyder’s 21st Century Education Commission recently announced the creation of a new website that aims to gather public input and provide updates on the Commission's work. The website features opportunities for residents to participate in polls, share their ideas, and read recent news stories about Michigan's education system. Provide your feedback here.
Advance Novelty Cash for Education programAdvance Novelty is very excited to welcome Clarenceville High School to its Cash for Education Program. We are offering an easy way to raise funds for the benefit of Clarenceville High School. Parents, students and teachers (who may already be shopping in our store) can have 10% of their total purchases paid directly to your school’s designated fund raising account. Below you will see a list of some of the products we carry at our retail store in Livonia.
Immunization Rule ChangeSince 1978, Michigan law has required children to be up-to-date with required immunizations ON or BEFORE the first day of school/childcare. A child who fails to meet this requirement will not be admitted to school/childcare. The following circumstances allow a required vaccine to be waived or delayed: You may schedule your appointment by calling 1-800-848-5533. Appointments are limited and scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. We look forward to working with you to keep you, your family, and your community healthy.
Internet Options for Low Income FamiliesAs the school year begins, the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) encourages districts to share with parents internet options for low income families. Learning can occur “Any Time, Any Place, Any Way, Any Pace,” but to continue learning in the home, high speed reliable broadband is crucial. With more devices in the hands of students, districts have shifted away from traditional approaches to homework.
Clarenceville Teachers of the Year 2015-2016On May 5th Oakland Schools ISD honored 67 Teacher of the Year nominees from across Oakland County. Congratulations to Lisa Piontek, Grandview Elementary and Ryan Irish, Clarenceville High School for being nominated Clarenceville Teachers of the Year by their colleagues, students and parents.
The Learning Achievement Coalition – Oakland (LAC-O)The Learning Achievement Coalition – Oakland (LAC-O) is a collaboration between the twenty-eight school districts in Oakland County Michigan, Oakland Schools (Intermediate School District), Oakland University, and the University of Michigan dedicated to improving achievement for all students.
Clarenceville District News
Internet Options for Low Income Families
As the school year begins, the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) encourages districts to share with parents internet options for low income families. Learning can occur “Any Time, Any Place, Any Way, Any Pace,” but to continue learning in the home, high speed reliable broadband is crucial. With more devices in the hands of students, districts have shifted away from traditional approaches to homework. According to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC),
Michigan Graduated Driver Licensing Parent Checklist (SOS-380)
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION LANSING
The Secretary of State recognizes that earning a driver’s license is an important milestone in the lives of teenagers. Michigan uses a multi-step system for teens to earn driving privileges known as Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL). Teens who have reached the age of 14 years and eight months are eligible to enroll in Segment 1 Driver Education, thus beginning the first step. The Michigan Graduated Driver Licensing Parent Checklist is a free resource intended to assist parents or legal guardians of teens with understanding and following the steps of GDL.
2016 - 2017 District Calendar
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