Clio High School Weekly Update
September 14th, 2023
High School Building Updates
We are so happy to have students back in the building and enjoying some of the updated spaces. Phase 1 of the high school building updates include renovation of the science classrooms. We are happy to say that the rooms are now populated with students.
In addition to updated classrooms, we have new phone systems being installed and integrated into the district system.
2023 - 2024 Calendar
Students, let's celebrate what makes Clio unique! Show your school spirit and let's see which class is strong enough to win the Spirit Cup.
Homecoming Week Giveaways
Monday - Candy
Tuesday - Chips
Wednesday - Snack Mix
Thursday - Popsicle
Friday - Pop & Glow Bands
Kings and Queens Assembly
On Friday, September 22nd, Clio High School will introduce our 2023 Homecoming Court. The race is on while these students participate in games and activities to win the Spirit Cup.
Homecoming Kickoff Bonfire
Tailgate After the Parade! BBQ - Games - Giveaways
The counselors would like to periodically share tips and strategies that are fairly simple to incorporate into an already full life schedule. If you ever have questions or would like more information, please reach out. We are all in this together.
Kelly Minore email@example.com (810) 591-1365
Jen Hall firstname.lastname@example.org (810) 591-1385
Routines are important for students' well-being. It helps them mentally and emotionally to have an idea of what to expect is going to happen next. Establishing routines in the home helps students focus on school and learning as it takes their mind off the concern about what will happen later.
Resources on the importance of routines:
Athletic Events for the Week of 9-17-23
Powderpuff 5:30 pm Pride Stadium
Varsity Soccer at Owosso 6:00 pm
Varsity Golf vs. Goodrich at Clio Country Club 3:00 pm
Varsity Tennis vs. Kearsley 4:00 pm
Varsity Tennis - Home vs. Cadillac, 3:30 pm
Freshman Volleyball - Home vs. Owosso, 5:00 pm
JV Volleyball - Home vs. Owosso, 5:00 pm
Varsity Volleyball - Home vs. Owosso, 6:15 pm
Varsity Soccer - Home vs. Fenton, 6:00 pm
Varsity Tennis - Home vs. Owosso, 4:00 pm
Varsity Cross Country - Away @ Frankenmuth, 4:00 pm
JV Volleyball - Away @ New Lothrop, 5:00 pm
Varsity Volleyball - Away @ New Lothrop, 6:15 pm
JV Football - Away @ Brandon, 6:00 pm
Varsity Football Homecoming Game - Home vs Brandon, 7:00 pm
September Attendance Challenge
Students are competing in an Attendance Challenge for the month of September with their seminar classes. See the leaderboard below for the current TOP FIVE.
Assistant Principal's Corner
A message from Mrs. Traver
Hope you're all doing great as we start this new school year. I wanted to touch base regarding a few policy items as we walk into week 3 of the school year.
- Cell Phones Reminder - Student please keep cell phones put away during class time. If we spot 'em - we'll take 'em! Help us to keep our focus on learning.
- Dress Code - Big shoutout to those of you who continue to meet our dress code. You're helping create a positive and respectful community. We have been doing our best to address any infractions as needed.
- Cafeteria Norms - Our cafeteria is the perfect place for students to take a much needed break from their studies. Please help to keep our cafeteria in its best shape and clean up after yourselves. It's all about teamwork!
- Attendance - Our first hallway sweep was successful. It's all about helping everyone get to class on time. Remember, if you've got more than three tardies, you will be issued an after-school detention.
Thank you for your attention to these important items. In the end of the month edition of the Smore look out for a recap of the September academic and discipline data. We look forward to a successful and productive school year. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out.
Community Ed Art Classes
Technology Acceptable Use Policy
Meet the Principal
Happy Friday to all of our Mustang Families! I have had a wonderful start to this school year and the students and staff have been so welcoming! Thank you, all! I wanted to take a little time to give you a little background of who I am, and what I enjoy doing outside of school.
I am a proud father of four daughters, all of whom graduated from Clio Schools! My wife, Julie, is the Superintendent of Schools at Lake Fenton Community Schools and she also happens to be my best friend. I am a huge Michigan fan and my wife and I enjoy attending and watching many athletic events. Go Blue!
Julie and I are proud grandparents to our first grandchild! His name is Dax and he arrived three months ago. Spending time with family is when I am enjoying my best life! I try to golf, though not very well, and I love the outdoors and the change of seasons.
Please reach out to me if you have any questions about your student and their progress. I look forward to meeting you all!