• School Closings/Delays:

    Clark-Shawnee Schools will be closed for students Monday, March 16, 2020 through Friday, May 1, 2020 due to the closure ordered by Governor DeWine. Please go here for distance learning plans: https://www.clark-shawnee.k12.oh.us/content/distancelearning

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OPEN ENROLLMENT NEW STUDENT APPLICATION 2020-2021

Click the link below to submit the New Student Open Enrollment Application for the 2020-2021 school year.

Please submit one application for each student.

OPEN ENROLLMENT APPLICATION 2020-2021 

District Update--March 30, 2020
District Update--March 27, 2020
Food Service For Students Resumes MONDAY, MARCH 30

The food service program for students will resume on Monday, March 30th. ALL Clark-Shawnee students and ANYONE age 18 and younger can visit one of the food distribution sites between 11:00 AM and 12:30 PM to receive a hot lunch and shelf-stable breakfast for the next day AT NO COST. Starting Monday, there will be BraveBus distribution locations throughout our community and will serve as grab-and-go distribution sites. Click on the links for maps to the specific locations.

POSSUM SCHOOL--Front Entrance

REID SCHOOL--Front Entrance

ROCKWAY SCHOOL

BRENTWOOD--Community Room

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March 13, 2020 Distance Learning Update

Dear Clark-Shawnee Families,

Thank you for your support and patience as we work out the details of the three week closure that will begin on Tuesday, March 17, as ordered by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine.

I wanted to update you with some information about what to expect during this time for your students.

March 12, 2020 School Closure Announcement

Dear Clark-Shawnee Families,

Clark-Shawnee Local Schools will be closed for three weeks [March 17-April 3, 2020] in accordance with Governor Mike DeWine’s announcement this afternoon.

Friday, March 13th and Monday March 16th will be normal school days for all students.

Reid Students Advocate for Recycling Program

When Mrs. McCoy's students at Reid School heard that the company that managed Reid's recycling went out of business, they wrote essays to Assistant Superintendent Brian Masser to let him know how important recycling is to them.