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Celebrating Read Across America

March 5, 2019—Clarke celebrated #ReadAcrossAmerica week in partnership with the National Education Association to emphasize the importance of literacy.[More]

Mandarin News and WJXT/Channel 4 Feature the Kilwins Ice Cream Run

March 1, 2019—The Kilwins Ice Cream Run, Saturday, March 30, is a fun-filled, family event featuring all-you-can-eat Kilwins Jacksonville Original Recipe Ice Cream at the finish line. Funds raised will support children who are deaf or hard of hearing, who are learning to listen...[More]

Parent Workshop in Northampton: Dangers of Social Media

February 26, 2019—Join us to gain knowledge to promote responsible use of digital tools while also obtaining the wisdom to prevent negative, irresponsible and malicious digital behaviors and trends. Richard Guerry is the author of multiple cyber safety books and has been a featured...[More]

Linking Friendship and Self-Determination

February 11, 2019—A new study co-authored by Brittany Dorn, MED, an itinerant teacher of the deaf and a Clarke Summer Camp advisor, finds that friendships and self-determination are two factors that positively influence success in school and adult life. [More]

 
December 10, 2010

From Student to Teacher: Clarke Alum Featured in Wellesley Patch


December 10, 2010—Erin Dominov, who graduated from Clarke's Northampton campus in 1997, was recently featured in The Wellesley Patch. Erin attended Bridgewater State College and received her masters degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Now an Earth Science teacher at Wellesley High School, Erin looks forward to inspiring others to follow their dreams. Read the full article: "Teacher Doesn't Let Deafness Hold Her Back: Wellesley High's Erin Dominov teaches lessons in science and perseverance."