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June 11, 2015—Read the article in the Spring 2015 issue of Hearing Health Magazine, written by Clarke's own Melissa Griswold, M.E.D., mainstream teacher of the deaf and information outreach specialist.[More]

June 2, 2015—(Philadelphia, PA) On Sunday, June 7, 2015, Clarke students and alumni will celebrate the start of summer at the Flourtown Swim Club with games, races, a Family BBQ and DJ Dance Party. But for many of these children, there’s much more to celebrate than the warm weather.[More]

May 11, 2015—On Saturday, June 6th at 10:30 AM at the Helen Hills Hills Chapel in Northampton, Massachusetts, Clarke Commencement will celebrate our young graduates and graduates from the Smith College/Clarke School Graduate Program in Teacher Education. Grady Congleton ’05, ATC, LAT, Certified Athletic Trainer, will give the commencement speech. [More]

April 23, 2015—On Tuesday, April 14, members of the Clarke community, including Clarke outreach coordinator Martha deHahn, Hearing Center director Kathryn Girardin, mainstream teacher of the deaf Ashley Kachelmeyer, and several Northampton alumni, came together to honor recipients of the 2015 Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Constituents’ Day at the Massachusetts State House in Boston.[More]

April 2, 2015—A practical & highly interactive 3-day workshop, taught by a nationally certified oral transliterator will take place on July 27-29, 2015. Clarke offers one of the only programs in the United States that trains educational oral transliterators to facilitate communication in the classroom for students who are deaf or hard of hearing. [More]

March 26, 2015—The hybrid model will offer Fontbonne University coursework and practicum for graduate students in the Northeast region of the U.S. at any of the four Clarke Schools in Boston, New York City, Philadelphia or Northampton, Mass.[More]

March 25, 2015—On Tuesday April 14, Evan Brunell, a Clarke alumnus and current member of Clarke’s Board of Trustees, will be honored by the Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (MCDHH) for his for accomplishments as an advocate in fostering social connections for children and teens who are deaf or hard of hearing.[More]

February 6, 2015—Clarke “kiddies” are stretching out and limbering up for the 2015 Kiddie Dash that coincides with the 3rd Annual Kilwins Ice Cream Run on March 7, 2015, hosted by Kilwins Jacksonville, located in the St. Johns Town Center. Every Friday in February there is a Kiddie Dash Prize Day whereby Clarke children practice for the 100 yard dash and chances to win prizes. And on March 6th, the day before the race, there will be a school-wide pep rally and honoring of top student fundraisers.[More]

February 3, 2015—Clarke Mainstream Services will be hosting a day-long workshop, “Perusing, Choosing and Using Apps with Children with Hearing Loss” presented by Tina Childress, MA, CCC-A on April 3, 2015 in Springfield, MA. The target audience for this workshop includes speech-language pathologists, teachers of the deaf and other hearing loss professionals. Parents of children with hearing loss are welcome to attend.[More]

January 26, 2015—Northampton, MA; Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech welcomes the newest members of its development team. Arianna Collins has been hired as Project Coordinator, providing support for grants and projects at all Clarke locations; Alyssa Mancinelli as the Northampton-based Development Associate; and Erin McKenney as the Development Associate for Clarke’s Boston-area location. Clarke’s Chief Development Officer, Julie Cowan, states, “These three women bring a passion for education, a talent for volunteer coordination and skills in collaborating on projects with individuals and groups: in joining Clarke, they are now part of an organization that is rich with history, experience and expertise that is unparalleled. With more and more families choosing listening and spoken language programs for their children who are deaf or hard of hearing, Clarke’s development team works to secure resources to ensure its programs are available for generations to come.”[More]