Miller Partners with Clarke Industrial Tech Students to Celebrate History

Miller Products, Co., recently under new ownership, has been reflecting on their 8+ decade history and the relationships they’ve made and built along the way. As part of the Clarke County Industrial Tech Advisory Board, they had the help of Clarke Community Schools’ industrial tech students in the fabrication of some very unique signs to help commemorate their impressive history
Take a look at our latest feature and see what these talented students and the Miller team created…

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Clarke Community Schools Adopts Dual Language Program

Clarke Community Schools will be implementing an adjustment for language acquisition for elementary students starting with the 2024-25 school year. With 54-56% of the district being Spanish-speaking, the administration is working to help those students as well as open more opportunities for native English-speaking students. The program will be open to all students through a drawing held from all interested applicants.
Click through to learn more about the program as well as an informational meeting (and downloadable PDF). The event is being held this Thursday in the elementary cafeteria…

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Clarke Community Schools Opens Preschool Interest Survey for 2024-25 School Year

The Clarke Community Schools Preschool Interest Survey will help guide some of the policies and procedures for the upcoming school year and assist administrators and teachers in developing plans for a fulfilling and rewarding preschool experience for your child.
Please click through or share this with family members and friends who may have preschool-aged children…

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Clarke DC Club Explores Historic Sites

The DC Club from Clarke Community Schools spent their Spring Break on a journey of learning and experiencing exciting, historic landmarks across New England. From Washington DC to Gettysburg and on to Philadelphia, students and teachers waked in the footsteps or our American forefathers and even stood in Hollywood history. 😉

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