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    Created by the legislature in 1962, Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District (RESD) is one of 56 intermediate school districts in Michigan. 
     
    CGRESD helps the five local school districts in Clare and Gladwin counties with programs and services that are best provided on a regional basis - those that are highly specialized or those that are more cost-efficient to do together.
     
    The RESD helps communities make the best use of education resources by collaborating with school districts, higher education, non-profit organizations, businesses, and more.
     
    Please explore the RESD's website to learn more.


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    Clare-Gladwin RESD enables and inspires the best in every student, teacher and parent.
     
     
    Vision
     
    CGRESD is known for offering exemplary education services.


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  • Murawski award


    AWARD SEASON: At the Area School Board Association Dinner Meeting last week at Harrison High School, a couple local district board members received high honors. Clare Public Schools Secretary (and CGRESD Vice-President) Sue Murawski was recognized with the Michigan Association of School Boards' highest individual honor - Level 7, the President's Award of Recognition. Gladwin Community Schools Board President Sally Hightower was honored as well with Level 5, The Master Diamond Award. Hightower was unable to attend, but Murawski received her hardware from Matthew Showalter, President-Elect of MASB Board of Directors. Congratulations to both outstanding ladies for their long, meaningful service to kids.

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  • HERO 5K HERO 5K GENERATES $3,400 FOR AREA SCHOOL PTO

    The Clare-Gladwin Area School PTO held its Fourth Annual HERO 5K Run/Walk on Oct. 6, with more than $3,400 raised to benefit students at the school. In the past, funds raised have been used for playground improvements, books for the library and sensory tools that stimulate one or more of the five senses to aide in students’ development and regulation.

    The Area School staff and PTO are grateful to all continuing and new sponsors of the event, including Badger Family Farm; Britton Roofing Company; Century 21 Mt. Pleasant; ChartWells; Clarabella Flowers; Cook's Forest Products; Dean Transportation; Duro-Last Roofing; Fachting Counseling Service; Harrison Lumber Do It Center; Heart of Michigan Café; High Pressure Pneumatics; Humphrey Brothers; Huron Consulting; Jackpine Restaurant; Jay's Sporting Goods; Mid Michigan College; Stocking Funeral Home; Women of the Moose – Harrison; and Woodland Farm.

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    SSPARKS logo PARKS SITES WILL REOPEN AT SEVERAL LOCAL SCHOOLS

    When the 2018-19 school year starts up this fall, the SPARKS program will serve students in all five local school districts in Clare and Gladwin Counties for the first time in its 15-year history.

    Staff at the Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, which oversees the afterschool and summer program that is free to students and their families, recently received word of new federal funding in the amount of $810,000 per year for the next five years that will allow SPARKS to reopen sites in secondary schools in Beaverton, Farwell, Gladwin and Harrison.

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  • CLARE-GLADWIN AREA SCHOOL CELEBRATES GRADUATION

    The Clare-Gladwin Area School celebrated the graduation of four students at commencement ceremonies held May 31 in the school gymnasium. Graduates for 2018 are Jason Blaskie, C.J. Genow, Ashley Szczepanski and Keenan Waite. The ceremony, attended by about 100 friends and family, included student performances, a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics and recognition of the school’s teaching staff.

    (View Photo Gallery)Clare-Gladwin Area School Graduation

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  • Construction Trades Building dedication

    When the Clare-Gladwin Career & Technical Education program dedicated its new building at the Magnus Center May 18, it carried different meanings for different people.

    For the Clare-Gladwin RESD, it meant fulfilling a promise to voters who passed the CTE millage two years ago. For members of the Magnus family, it was another step in transforming the property they gifted to the RESD into a high-impact educational center for local high schoolers. And for the students who will benefit from CTE programs for decades to come, it represented a place to call their own.

    (READ THE WHOLE STORY HERE.)

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  • Math in the Mail logo Math in the Mail focuses on developing math skills in three-year-olds by providing the tools needed in the home environment for parents and caregivers. Children from Clare and Gladwin Counties, as well as surrounding counties can be enrolled in the program. Families enrolled in the Math in the Mail program will receive a free kit in the mail six times per year that will contain materials, resources and instructions for several age-appropriate math activities.

    Math in the Mail is part of a region-wide focus to better prepare our students for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) experiences and STEM careers. To enroll, families should visit the Clare-Gladwin Great Start Collaborative website, or call (989) 737-9532. Enrollment is on-going.

    This initiative is funded by the Dow Corning Foundation, and represents a collaboration between the Bay-Arenac ISD, Clare-Gladwin RESD, Gratiot-Isabella RESD, Midland ESA, and the Saginaw ISD.

    Check out this video for more information about Math in the Mail.

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  • + NUMEROUS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE +

    CGRESD is accepting applications for a variety of locations. Click here to see the available positions.

     

     

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