2015 Celebrating Clarenceville!Newsletter, highlighting this amazing year! Technology Integration and Close and Critical Reading (CCR) are just two aspects that teachers and students have been working on during the 2014-2015 school year. Allyson Dewar Technology Integration Specialist, Oakland Schools
Become An International Host FamilyOur Host Family Requirements: • A genuine willingness to share your family’s daily life with an international student. • An English-speaking environment. • A bedroom for the student, with their own bed, desk and closet. Provide 3 balanced meals a day. • Pass an interview and criminal background check.
Moving from MEAP to M-StepDear Parents/Guardians, I hope this newsletter finds you staying warm and doing your best to enjoy our winter season. As Spring fast approaches, we would like to take this opportunity to update you on the State testing for this year. There have been several changes. This past fall, the Michigan Department of Education announced that they were replacing the MEAP test with Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress, otherwise known as M-Step.
Please Remember To Vote August 4, 2015
Please Remember To Vote Tuesday, August 4
On August 4, 2015, Clarenceville voters will be asked to approve a non-homestead millage for 10 years. This millage was first approved in 1996 and renewed in 2005, each time for 10 years. This millage does not apply to homeowners and will cost them nothing. Without passage of this proposal, Clarenceville School District stands to lose approximately $2,300,000 annually from its general operating fund.
Clarenceville Summer Day Camp 2015
Clarenceville Summer Camp is for children who have completed Kindergarten thru grade seventh. Summer Camp, 2015 runs from Monday, June 15th through Friday, August 21th. The Summer Camp program is open from 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily.
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