Clark Students and Teachers Settle into Host Schools as Principals and Staff Collaborate on Optimization

SPOTLIGHT on EXCELLENCE   March 2015

 

Clark Students and Teachers Settle into Host Schools as Principals and Staff Collaborate on Optimization

 
Clark Principal, Tayarisha Stone and JMA Principal, Leonard Epps walk the school together, working to optimize usage of space at host school Journalism and Media Academy.  
 
The Clark School project is now under the jurisdiction of the School Building Committee, which is preparing state and federally approved bid specifications for firms that specialize in PCB removal.
 
Clark 8th graders discussing American history.
 
Space has been created a the Journalism and Media Academy for the Community School Director and, in a related development, families should soon be provided with a brochure listing all of the after-school programs and services that are available to Clark students and parents, along with instructions on how to participate in them.
 
The Transportation Department is currently conducting an analysis to determine the practicality of rerouting school buses so that drop-offs and pick-ups occur closer to each child’s home, rather than at the Clark school building.  
 
Clark School teachers compliment JMA, the leadership and staff for being extremely supportive, while the students gush about how much they are enjoying being at JMA.
 
Clark 5th graders talk about how much they love being at JMA.
 
Next month we will check in on our Clark students at the Museum Academy at Wish School.
 
Principal Leonard Epps, (left) Tim Knee, from supporting partner CREC, and Principal Tayarisha Stone collaborate.
 
To see updates on Clark School progress, visit our Clark School Information Portal.
 
 
 

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