Principal's Corner


Our first week is complete and we are off into the second week. I think we are all (staff and students) resilient in the quest for learning and socialization because we have been deprived of this for quite some time. From the perspective of the principal - I am proud to see our students back to school and talking, laughing, and learning. Make no mistake - we recognize that there are uncomfortable circumstances with masks and COVID protocols - but we are back in school and we have resources and support for students. Please keep in mind that we have counselors, at risk-liaisons, and caring staff and office personnel. We have a theme of "BE" this year. We ask our students and staff to BE Positive, Respectful, Independent, Dependable, and Engaged (P.R.I.D.E.). We appreciate your support from home and the reinforcement of our push for building the skills of your students. Please contact me with specific concerns and even better, viable suggestions for improvement!

Mr. Ayre

Student information

  • Lunch is a closed campus for our students (they can’t leave or be taken to lunch)

  • Only people on a student’s emergency contact list can bring food to students during lunch

  • Outside food delivery from the establishment or from delivery services (e.g. DoorDash) is not allowed

  • Picture retakes are October 14th


  • Senior exams will be June 1st, 2nd & 3rd

  • Seniors last day will be Friday, June 3rd

  • Honors Night will be Tuesday, June 7th

  • Senior Clap Out and Graduation Rehearsal Wednesday, June 8th

  • Graduation Thursday, June 9th @ 6:30 p.m. under the lights at Pride Stadium


  • ParentVue (app) - as learning begins - it is important to keep up to date on your student’s progress

  • Please contact Mrs. Kramer at 591-1367 if you need help setting up your account.

  • Class Meetings - the freshman class met with Mr. Ayre, Wozniak, and other staff to discuss the year and plans to help them build skills and resources to find help needed. The upperclassmen will meet next week with Mr. Ayre.

Clio High School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)

We do have a parent PTO for the high school and are always looking for new parent help and support!

Please contact Kevin Ayre or Sasha Wakefield for more information.

National Honor Society Website

Our NHS students have a very helpful website that includes a system for requesting community service from them. Please check it out for more information. Click on the “Community Volunteer Request” tab to fill out the form to see how our students might be able to help! Site:

Senior Photo Submission Requirements

  • Submit ONE HEAD SHOT portrait of the graduating senior. Specifications are as follows:

    • File Format MUST be JPG

    • Files MUST be 300 dpi or higher

    • Color mode CYMK or RGB

Portrait Specifications-please share these with your photographer

All portraits MUST adhere to the following specification, or risk being rejected and/or Student ID photo being used.

  • Photo submission due date is DECEMBER 1, 2021.
    Photos WILL NOT be accepted after this date

  • Photo Size: Approx. 2” x 3” (or within this scale)

  • Color: Full color photos only. NO black and white or sepia toned pictures

  • Face Size: Full face shot, approx. 1 ⅛” from top of hair to tip of chin. Face must be clearly visible. No hats, sunglasses, hands, or other obstructions that cover any part of the face.

  • Background: Solid, light colored background, preferably indoor/studio shots This is to insure visual compatibility within the layout of all senior photos

  • Pose: Head shot- NO full body poses accepted. Portrait should be of student only. NO other people, animals (cats, dogs, etc), OR objects in the photo.

  • Attire: Formal dress is preferred

Questions about senior photo requirements, please email

If you are having trouble getting a senior portrait please see Mr. Taylor in room C-20. The yearbook staff has the capability to take senior portraits. Please inform and schedule a time with us to take this photo.

Daily Health Screening

Just a reminder: Please keep checking your student’s and your own health and wellness. Do not send your students to school if they are experiencing the symptoms described here:
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