Clague Middle School

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Clague Office 734-994-1976

School Announcements

  • Washington DC 2018 is fast approaching ! Please review the Health Form Information Letter from our school nurse.  Please print the Medical form (also available in the Main Office) complete and return to Clague, there will be a drop box at registration for your convenience.  ALL students must have a fully completed DC Medical Form on file to attend the trip.  

    MANDATORY Parent & Student meeting is Thursday, October 18th  7:00 - 8:30 pm in the Auditorium.  You will receive the itinerary, suggested packing list, and review of behavior expectations.  


    2018 Washington, D.C. Registration and Information 

    DC. Heath and Medical Form Information


    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



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    Click HERE to link to the Registration forms and information
    If you were out of town during registration,  please go to the Blue House with your documents (Proof of infosnap registration, emergency cards if new to Clague and Emergency Contact Form) to complete registration and receive student schedule.









     schools to watch  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:

    1. It is academically excellent and challenges all students.

    2. It is developmentally responsive and sensitive to the unique developmental challenges of early adolescents.

    3. The school is socially equitable, democratic and fair, providing all students with high-quality teachers, resources and supports.

    4. The school has norms, structures and organizational arrangements to support and sustain its path toward excellence.

    Clague Middle School will receive recognition at a special school ceremony and at the National Forum Schools to Watch Conference in Washington, D.C. in June.

     "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 Mission Statement: It is the mission of the Clague Middle School Community to create positive, safe, success-oriented learning environment designed to meet the unique and challenging individual needs of all our students. 


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    Online Homework Help, with live tutors everyday 2:00pm - 11:00pm



Daily Announcements

  • Monday October 15, 2018


    Students, if you or someone you know is being bullied or harassed you can send a confidential email to  All reports will be kept confidential, be investigated and taken seriously.

    October is Bully Prevention Month
    "Unity Tree in a Vase"
    The Unity Tree is a powerful symbol reminding everyone that bullying can be prevented when we all come together - united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion.  Creating a Unity Tree is an interactive and hands-on activity, a shared experience in which anyone can participate and everyone can watch the tree grow.
    Each person contributes their own unique experiences, creates ideas, and strategies by writing positive messages on leaves that are attached to the tree.  As the number of leaves increases, it creates a visual reminder, demonstrating that when we are united we can create social change.
    During the week of October 1st during lunch in the cafeteria, all participants are invited to write a message on the orange strips of construction paper or tape, which will represent the 'leaves' of the tree.  We will attach each response to the end of the slip around a tree branch, so the message is easy to read.  Below are three options for types of messages you may respond to, or create your own:
       If you planted a seed, what would you tell your seed about bullying?
       What can you do to change/impact your school's culture about bullying?
       How can you support a friend/peer who is being bullied?


    It is almost time for the first Box-Top entry.  Please bring in your boxtops by October 19th.  Bring them to Ms. Rye in room 229 or the Main Office.



    8th grade students going on the DC trip . . . As part of our upcoming trip to Washington DC, our travel group will visit Arlington National Cemetery, which is one of the nation's most sacred shrines, honoring Veterans and their families who have sacrificed their lives for freedom.

    Our cemetery visit will include a stop at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier where Clague Middle School has a reservation to directly participate (maximum 4 students) in a wreath laying ceremony.  If you would like to represent Clague Middle School as one of the four participants, please participate in the essay contest according to the tems below with the selected students being announced on the Friday before the trip.  Best wishes to all in preparing your essays.

    * Submit a personally produced essay for the following topic . .

    * How Can I Demonstrate My Patriotism?  (maximum 750 words)

    * Edit and revise essay to ensure clarity of message

    * Submit printed document (11 point font) on white paper

    * Place name on any or all pages to ensure correct identification if essay pages become disconnected

    * Submit final essay to the 8th grade counselor (Ms. Siewert) in House B - 2nd floor, no later

       than Wednesday, October 17th (12:00 pm) for consideration




    This year, STAND, the Clague recycling team, will continue to recycle in the cafeteria.  Every day after lunch, STAND volunteers sort recyclable items out of the trash.  You can help by rememberingto recycle items such as empty bottles and cans instead of throwing them away.  If you are a 6th or 7th grader interested in volunteering, please meet today by the cafeteria  drinking fountain when your grade goes outside after lunch.

    As many of you know, STAND volunteers sort recyclables out of the trash and into the recycling bins every day after lunch.

    We Compost@Clague

    There are two compost bins in the cafereria where you can put any fruit and vegetable scraps leftover from lunch.


    "The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it."

    Robert Swan, Author



    October 29 - December 20

    Begins Monday, October 29

    6th - 8th Grade

    Girls Basketball & Wrestling


    6th Grade Girls Basketball practice begins the week of November 5th




    September 10 - October 26


    7th & 8th Grade Boys and Girls Soccer begins  Monday, Sept. 10th

    7th & 8th Grade Field Hockey begins Monday, Sept. 10th

    6th, 7th, 8th Grade Cross Country begins Monday, Sept. 10th

    6th Grade Soccer begins the week of September 17th


      All players  must have a physical on file, have completed the pay to participate and Clague registrations and made payment to participate in sports.  All of the above allows you to participate all year. 
    The Pay to Participate registration is completed online through Rec & Ed.


    Physicals MUST be dated AFTER APRIL 15, 2018.




    Monday - 7/8 Grade Girls Soccer  vs  Scarlett   4:15 pm

                  7/8 Grade Boys Scoccer  @  Scarlett   4:15 pm

                  Field Hockey  vs  Scarlett   4:30 pm


    Tuesday - 7/8 Grade Boys Soccer  @  A2Steam   4:15 pm


    Thursday - 7/8 Grade Girls Soccer  vs  Tappan   4:14 pm

                    7/8 Grade Boys Soccer  @  Tappan   4:15 pm

                    Field Hockey  vs  Tappan   4:30 pm





    Monday  Academic Games  7:00 - 9:00 pm  Cafeteria     
                  The Cougar Star   3:15 - 4:30 pm Cougar Lab    
    Tuesday  Homework Club  3:15 - 4:30 pm  Cafeteria    
                   Youth in Government 3:15 - 4:15 pm  Room 218   
    Thursday  Homework Club  3:15-4:30 pm  Cafeteria    
                     Math Counts  3:15 - 4:30 pm  Room 205    Begins 10/11
                     Practice Club  3:15-4:30 pm Orchestra Room   
    Friday  Academic Games  3:15 - 5:00 pm  Cafeteria    
                       Dungeons & Dragons 3:15 - 4:30 pm Room 133  


    Our goal at Clague is to create a caring and cooperative community.  We expect everyone to:



       Be SAFE

       Be CARING

    Everywhere, both in the building and out in the community.


    Words of Wisdom:


                                "It takes more courage to flee, when necessary, than to die."