Clarenceville District Spotlights
Clarenceville School District COVID-19 Updates
To follow our updates as we navigate school closure information, please click the image below for the Closure Updates page
Clarenceville District News
- First stop will be 8:30 am vs. 8:00 am
- Stops are shorter 6 or 7 minutes vs. 10 minutes.
- The "old" route 1 will be run immediately after route 2
- Other change is in pick up time at high school. Going to end it at noon vs. 1:00 p.m.
ALSO, please take a moment to fill out the Parent Survey at this link, one survey per family is needed please.
Thank you and stay well
Dear Clarenceville Families,
While we miss seeing and working with our students every day, I am so proud of our educators and all they are doing for all of our students. None of this is perfect, but I know that all of us, parents, students, and staff, are all doing our best under very trying circumstances. Thanks to all of you for your work and support as we all pull together.
To help us better support you I am asking you to take a moment to complete the attached survey by opening the link and submitting a completed survey. This information will help us better plan for the weeks to come.
My biggest wish is for all of you to be safe, be well, and do what it takes to stop the spread of this terrible virus. We are here to support you in any way we can. Please use our email@example.com email to let us know how we may be able to support you and your family in this difficult time. My administrative team continues to work on the planning necessary to keep learning and supporting all of our families during this closure period. Here is the link to the survey:
Paul K. Shepich - Superintendent
For Updates and Information on the School Closure. Click on the COVID-19 Updates on our Home Page.
Need additional food for your family?
CARES of Farmington Hills, 27835 Shiawassee Road
Tues., Wed., Friday, 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
● Food orders can be placed between 10-3 M-F
● You will request pickup location that works best for you with location and time
● Food boxes will be packed and labeled with your name for quick pick-up to limit exposure to others
Message sent to Clarenceville Parents on Friday, March 13, 2020.
Good evening Clarenceville Families,
These are challenging times for the Clarenceville School District, our state, our country, and our world. We are complying with the Governor’s directive to close all schools to students as of March 16, 2020. The Clarenceville School District will resume school on Monday, April 6, 2020 after our Spring Break.
The closure is to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus. We are living in a time of rapidly changing information. We are committed to sending regular communication and we appreciate your continued attention to these email messages.
Virtual Learning for CSD Students:
Our teachers are planning virtual learning opportunities along with other methodologies for those students who may not have home connectivity. We know nothing can replace effective classroom instruction; however, we are doing our best to keep our students engaged in their learning during this mandated closure.
Should your student need a Chromebook and have home connectivity please email your building principal or call the building’s main office to request one. A parent must be the person to sign out the requested Chromebook.
Principal emails & Main Office Numbers:
Troy.Nelson@clarencevilleschools.org – High School Office Number: 248-919-0408
Alan.Kantor@clarencevilleschools.org – Middle School Office Number: 248-919-0406
Bryan.Decaire@clarencevilleschools.org – Botsford Elementary Office Number: 248-919-0402
Melissa.Carruth@clarencevilleschools.org – Grandview Elementary Office Number: 248-919-0404
I will be sending out another email communication with a schedule of when each student and parent may access your school building to pick up a Chromebook if requested, medication, and clean out student lockers to take textbooks and materials home.
Paul K. Shepich, Superintendent
|‹ April 2020 ›|