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STUDENT ABSENCE LINE 734-994-1982
Leave a message to report students absence/tardy before 9:00 am - day of absence
BLUE HOUSE 734-994-1978
Daily student check in/out, medicine, clinic, student forms/records
COUNSELING CENTER 734-994-1980
Enrollments and Counselor meetings
DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Clague Website
Get the most up to date information on School activities/events, deadlines and weekly information on Sports & Clubs
Prospective Parent/Student Drop-in Zoom meetings:
Thursdays 1-1:30PM (May 6th- June 3rd).
We are happy to offer a virtual drop-in session and answer your questions.
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We are in this together! Our Counseling Department is here to support students and families. Please refer to the Counseling Team Page for information as well as the AAPS COVID-19 page for more detailed information about how to respond to your child's questions and social/emotional needs during this time. Visit this link for more information about navigating these conversations with your child.
Clague Middle School has recently been designated as a "School to Watch" by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform!
To achieve Schools to Watch designation, a middle school must demonstrate that it has met the following criteria:
"Clague Middle School is a wonderful place for middle grade youth to grow, learn, and explore. Students are happy and behave as learners. The climate of caring is obvious from the moment the students enter the building. Students are set-up for success with supports, prompts and encouragement. Classrooms had clear learning objectives. The building is spacious providing ample space for special needs. Minimal class time is spent dealing with discipline issues and everyone understands that there is a focus on learning." --Quote from Schools to Watch report
Our Motto: Live in service to our community -- Ashley Hubert Clague
Our goal at Clague is to create a caring and cooperative community. We expect everyone to:
Everywhere, both in the building and out in the community.
Words of Wisdom:
"People who end up as 'first' don't actually set out to be first. They set out to do something they love and it just so happenthat they are the first to do it.
- Condoleezza Rice
The next Board of Education Regular Meeting will be held on May 12, 2021, at 7:00 PM. Please click here to view the schedule of posted meetings.
FOR AAPS RESIDENTS: Pre-enrollment for neighborhood/attendance area schools (including Young 5s) IS OPEN -- CLICK ON "ENROLL/APPLY HERE" BELOW. Space Available In-District Transfer requests for the 2021-22 school year (for AAPS residents, and currently enrolled SOC/NRCE), IS CLOSED - ANOTHER APPLICATION WINDOW IS ANTICIPATED LATER THIS SPRING. We advise families to check back weekly for updates and to apply when available. Please see the applicable links below for more information.
FOR NON-RESIDENTS: Schools of Choice (for new non-resident students or currently enrolled students who have moved out of the district and need SOC to return in the Fall) is to be determined. Information will be posted at least 15 days before the window opens. We advise families to check back weekly for updates. Please see the Schools of Choice link below for more information.
Last updated 04/08/2021
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