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Clarke Student’s Mentoring Experience Published by Forbes Blog
Mercy, a youth leader and Clarke mainstream student, shares her experiences as a student with a disability and discusses the value of mentoring on a Forbes blog.
Clarke’s Listening Walk at the Zoo Returned to Philadelphia
The event brought together 500+ students, alums, families and friends after a two-year hiatus, and raised more than $62,000.
Current Events & Anti-Racist Resources for Educators
Visit clarkeschools.org/antiracism for additional resources.
Canton, MA Fundraiser Makes Bright Futures Possible for Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Clarke raised more than $21k at a Boston-area fundraiser to support students and families.
Clarke Speaks Up, Clarke’s New Blog, is Live
Our new blog, Clarke Speaks Up, is live with an exciting story about a Clarke alum, advocate and college student whose documentary filmmaking showcases the “infinitely individual” journeys of individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.
News4JAX Invites Community to Run with Clarke for Free Ice Cream
News4JAX invites the community to support Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech by running for free ice cream! Alisa Demico, MS, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVT, director of Clarke Florida, joined the station’s morning show to encourage runners and families to
Robin Hood Selects Clarke in FUEL for 50 Program
We’re excited to be a part of FUEL for 50, Robin Hood’s new initiative to support young children’s learning and development through programs focused on their caregivers. Selected from a pool of 350+ applicants, each awardee will receive unrestricted funding,
Clarke’s 2020-21 Impact Report
Learn about our commitment to listening and spoken language (LSL) professionals, meet our community of donors and hear families share their progress and explain the critical role Clarke services played throughout last school year.
‘Change Sings’ at Clarke Northampton
Clarke Northampton is celebrating February with the theme “Many Voices Sing,” a tribute to Amanda Gorman’s book, Change Sings: A Children’s Anthem.