Student count

Clarkston Community Schools, combined with shared time services, counted 8,318 students during the Oct. 4 student count day, 68 fewer than last year.
Slow growth for Oakland County communities is projected from 2010 to 2040. During this time the population of school aged children in the county is expected to decrease by six percent, said Deputy Superintendent Shawn Ryan to the Board of Education, Nov. 27.
For grades K-5 in Clarkston, 715 students have free or reduced lunch, there are 96 out-of-district students, and 115 English as a Second Language (ESL) students.
For 6-12, there are 775 students with free or reduced lunch, 167 out-of-district and 62 ESL students. This data doesn’t include shared services, Ryan said.

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