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June 17, 2011

Clarke Northampton Director Profiled in the Hampshire Gazette


June 17, 2011—(from the Hampshire Gazette) Just a few days into his new job as director of the Northampton campus of the Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech, Owen J. Logue watched students celebrate a milestone moment of their young lives at last Saturday's graduation.

It was profoundly moving, he said, to see "their sense of confidence, their aliveness, their feeling that they could take on the world, their strong identities, their social skills." They came across as "gentle people" as well, he said, who seemed to genuinely care for one another.

"I love that," Logue said Tuesday.

At 55, Logue is the new director of Northampton School Programs at Clarke. He has succeeded co-principals Julia Sheldon and Michael O'Connell, both of whom retired at the end of the school year.

Read the full article at Gazettenet.com.