2023 CLPS Middle School and High School Parent & Student Training
The key to a successful school year is making the most of Parent and Student Training! These sessions are specially designed to prepare you and your student for your satellite (at home) days and to establish relationship and communication with your central (at CLPS) classroom teacher.
If you have other children ages 12 and under you may Register for Free Parent Training Childcare HERE Additional details about childcare can be found in the childcare form.
Middle School Parent & Student Training Wednesday, August 9
8:30-10:00 6th Grade Parent and Student Training 10:00-11:30 7th Grade Parent and Student Training 11:30-12:00 Parent and Teacher Break 12:00-1:30 Middle School General Session (6th-8th grade PARENTS ONLY) 1:30-3:00 8th Grade Parent and Student Training NOTE: House Officers will be providing games in the gym for middle school students from 10:00-1:30. All middle school students will need to be picked up by 1:30.
High School Parent & Student Training Thursday, August 10
8:30-10:00 9th Grade Parent and Student Training 10:00-11:30 10th Grade Parent and Student Training 9th Grade & 11th Grade Advising Recap/Q&A and High School Panel 11:30-12:00 Break 12:00-1:30 High School General Session for All Parents and Students (required for all High School Families) 1:30-3:00 11th Grade Parent and Student Training 3:00-4:30 12th Grade Parent and Student Training
House Sorting and First Battle for ALL Secondary Students
Friday, August 11 4:00-5:00 pm CLPS Auditorium
This event is for all secondary students. Those who are new to CLPS in the 7th through 12th grades and ALL 6th gradestudents will be sorted into their houses for the first time in our traditional ceremony. Students will then gather to meet their house members for induction and then compete in the first House Battle of the year! Students will recieve their house shirts and be able to change into them before the induction. All students should follow the out of uniform dress code for this event (basically- shorts and skirts should reach the knee and no holes in any clothing)
The Back to School Party will follow immediately afterward.
Parents may drop off their secondary students at 4:00 pm and then rejoin them at 5:00 for the party as the induction ceremonies are a secret tradition for only House members and advisors.