We have created a survey to gather feedback from our secondary students, staff, parents, and guardians to better inform the district's decisions about returning to school this fall.
They're all here for different reasons. Some made a concerted choice to follow a different path. Some had dreams of what life could be, and traditional school got in the way. Still others needed a second chance, or an opportunity to move at their own pace. For most Renaissance High School students, a combination of these things is true. Our students are driving an educational revolution. They learn at the time, place, path, and pace that enable them to be successful. They've discovered their potential and built their dreams. Now they've also found the way to get there. There is an alternative.
On Friday, June 26, Clarkston Community Schools superintendent Shawn Ryan successfully defended his doctoral dissertation to earn the degree of Doctor of Education from Oakland University.
In July and August, the full week's meals will be offered at six local distribution locations every Wednesday.
This week, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced the next steps in the state's roadmap to reopen schools and resume in-person learning. The "Return to School" plan will include specific guidelines for ALL public, private, and parochial schools and will be released in detail on June 30.
We look forward to celebrating with you this weekend! Here are a few reminders to ensure our graduation events go smoothly.
The difference in our future rests in our willingness and resolve to act and do the right thing right now. To our African American families: We see you, we hear you and we stand with you in this fight for social justice.
We are pleased to share some specifics related to the events we have planned on Friday, June 12 and Saturday, June 13.
It's Friday and today's rainy skies have returned to sunshine...how's that for a hopeful way to start our weekend?
Superintendent Shawn Ryan shares a look at the potential financial implications of a decline in state funding due to the COVID-19 crisis, as well as continuity of learning plans for Fall 2020.