Clare Public Schools

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  • Snow Day/Calendar Update
    Parents and Community Members:
    During the 2017-2018 school year, Clare Public Schools took a total of ten inclement weather days.  Per state law, six inclement weather days are automatically forgiven; a waiver may be submitted by the district to forgive three additional days (this waiver was submitted by CPS Administration). 
    As of April 29, 2018, our waiver requesting forgiveness of three additional days was granted by the state, making our last official day of school Monday, June 4, 2018.
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  • 3% Refund

    Update: Refunds for current and former employees have been processed.  The district mailed checks for former employees on March 30, 2018.  ORS FAQs

    The Supreme Court has ruled that PA 75 of 2010, which was in effect from July 2010 until September 2012 and mandated that members contribute 3% of their compensation to the Retiree Healthcare Fund, is unconstitutional and that member contributions (which are currently being held in escrow) shall be refunded to members. ORS is working to implement the Supreme Court’s decision and return contributions to the school districts where the contributions were withheld. These refunds will be issued to members through the school districts. Additional information will be provided to members and school districts regarding the timing and amounts of forthcoming refunds as soon as it becomes available.

    If you have any questions, please email

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  • Physical Plant - Facilities Needs 2017-2026

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  • CTE
  • MVP - Most Valuable Pioneer
    Each month while school is in session, we will recognize exemplary employees that make up our exceptional school system. 
    Announcing this month's MVP -- Most Valuable Pioneer: Kat Kruskamp, Middle School Teacher
    Congratulations to Mrs. Kat Kruskamp, middle school special education teacher.  Kat is an exceptional educator.  We are recognizing her this month for going above and beyond normal expectations in helping to integrate two new teachers to the district and special education processes.  She has been a sounding board for our new special educators, helped with writing IEP's, and advised on many cases that are not her direct responsibility in support of students and the district.  All this while supervising a student teacher!  Through it all, Mrs. Kruskamp is a friendly and helpful Pioneer, and does all things with Clare Public Schools in mind.  Congratulations Kat!
    Kat Kruskamp


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