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CPS Universal Breakfast Program

In November 2008 a Universal Breakfast Program was started and all students K-12 are offered Breakfast at no charge on a daily basis. The K-6 program began on November 24th and the program for grades 7-12 started on January 26th. In the Elementary K-6 building, we are averaging over 90% participation. The district recognizes the . . . read more Feedback


Schools of Choice

  Carsonville – Port Sanilac School District CPS is accepting Schools of Choice students for school year 2015-16 now.  Anyone in Sanilac County or adjacent . . . read more Feedback

Carsonville - Port Sanilac Schools Transportation Update for 2015-16!

Welcome to CPS Schools Transportation Department! Please read the update below! read more

Gearing Up for Online Assessments and Any Time, Any Place, Any Way, Any Pace Learning

    Carsonville - Port Sanilac Schools Prepares for: State 22i Technology Readiness Program –   NEW WIRELESS Over Spring Break, CPS implemented a robust district wide Wireless . . . read more Feedback

Transcript Request

    Click here to request transcripts from CPS Academy of Alternative Learning   The links above provide you with the ability to request transcripts through Secure . . . read more

Carsonville - Port Sanilac High School Honored as One of America's Best

U.S. News and World Report recognized Carsonville – Port Sanilac High School as one of America’s Best High Schools. “In just its second year, America’s Best High Schools has proven to be a trusted source for educators, students, . . . read more Feedback 2

ParentConnect Introduction

This is a good news letter about a new product. Zangle ParentConnection will allow you to access pertinent information about your student’s attendance, grades, behavior, etc. This new product replaces our PowerSchool Program and when it . . . read more Feedback 1


……..we wouldn’t ask if we didn’t want it

  You may have noticed these "talking heads" appear on some articles.  Do you know why they are there?  When you see them, it means you are invited to give feedback on that article.  We don't ask for . . . read more

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