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Parent Teacher Conferences

October 26th 3:30 -700 PM

October 28th 12:00-3:00 PM & 5:00-7:00 PM 1/2 day for students

No appointments necessary, conferences are drop in. If you need a different day or time please email your child's teacher to set that up.


Pride ticket winners the week of 9/20 are Brady Boles, David Daniels, Ember Briggs & Payton Bentley. Thank you for being so EXTRA this week!

Pride winners for the week of 9/27 are Chase Heizerling, David Daniels, Maxwell Williams & Kaden Shirey. Congratulations to all of you!

Seminar Grading

Seminar meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays for 45 minutes. It is a course designed for students to get additional help from their teachers. Students can get a pass, for example, from their math teacher and go directly to that classroom to ask questions, finish work, or receive additional instruction. What you will see soon are GRADES in seminar. These grades are a reflection of the time, effort, and energy the students are putting into their work.

Please note that the grades for seminar do NOT impact a student’s grade point average or class standing. In fact, as students track their own grades and self-assess on their learning dispositions, it will create an opportunity for parents, teachers, and students to have a conversation about building successful habits. While it is NOT always the case that successful students have the exact same habits, we emphasize habits and skills from our C.L.I.O. matrix. Please see it included here for more detail.

It is our intention to start using grades in Seminar in the coming weeks. There are no additional “assignments” in the Seminar class itself. Students will be asked at times to participate in short discussions, fill out a self-assessment, or track their own progress in other classes. If students are doing work, and growing as a student - we have met our criteria for an “A” in Seminar.

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Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) Parent Survey

The link above is a parent survey that is part of a three pronged approach for checking on the supports and overall climate of the school. Our students and staff across the district will be taking similar surveys to help us pinpoint areas to highlight and improve as we move through the school year. We appreciate your honest feedback on topics like: standards and achievement, behavioral expectations, feelings of safety, security, and effectiveness of procedures. Our district and Clio High School staff specifically are looking for ways to improve and help students feel more connected, supported, and create a climate for learning.

Thank you again, parents and guardians, for taking this survey for us.

Picture retakes

Thursday, Oct. 14th, 8am

1 Mustang Drive

Clio, MI

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