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Hockey Dog Moms
  • Giving
  • Parenting
Lindsey Hab, Director of Marketing and Communications

Tucked inside the brown paper bag our students receive on Hockey Dog Wednesdays is much more than just a hot dog lunch. It's a story of friendship, connection, and service. Learn more about how the Hockey Dog program began as we honor the amazing parent volunteers who have coordinated this program for the past 16 years!

Read More about The Final Roast - 16 Years of Serving Up Hot Dogs and Feeding Friendship
Jess Loyd standing in her art exhibit
  • Early Childhood
  • Lower School
  • Middle School
Lindsey Hab, Director of Marketing and Communications

Experience artwork designed to create pause - encouraging you to slow down and wonder. Mrs. Loyd's gallery exhibit offers just that with a playful and interactive collection of pieces to help you experience time differently, all made with everyday, accessible materials. Come interact with each art piece at one of her upcoming open gallery times.

  • arts
  • visual arts
Read More about Time Required - Slowing Down to Experience Art
For the Love of Money: The Power of a Classroom Economy
  • Lower School
Meredith Hershberger, 4th Grade Teacher

A mini-economy system is not only a fun way to work on mathematics skills but is also an invaluable way to help with classroom management, self-regulation, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship in a safe learning environment! Read about how our fourth-grade students benefit from this unique year-long experience. 

  • academics
Read More about For the Love of Money: The Power of a Classroom Economy
2nd grade student practicing cursive handwriting
  • Lower School
Maura Visconsi, 2nd Grade Teacher

Cursive handwriting, taught in 2nd grade here at Clark, not only connects us to our past but also provides an important foundation for deeper learning. Read more about the benefits of this art form and why Stanley Clark prioritizes it as part of our curriculum. 

Read More about Cursive Handwriting - Connecting to our Past and Laying a Foundation for Deeper Learning
Leadership - 2nd grade student working alongside a 5th grade buddy
  • Early Childhood
  • Lower School
  • Middle School
Nathaniel King, Director of Student Services and Leadership

Over time, leadership has shifted from position and status to collaboration and shared responsibility. Understanding leadership fallacies and replacing them with true statements allows anyone the opportunity to become a leader! Learn more about how Stanley Clark is helping encourage leadership in each student.

  • character
  • leadership
Read More about Breaking Down Leadership Fallacies and Building Up Truth
Parent-Teacher Conference
  • Early Childhood
  • Lower School
  • Parenting
Dr. Kelly Goodspeed, Director of Early Childhood and Lower School

Parent-teacher conferences allow everyone involved in a child’s education to pause and reflect. Read more about the rich benefits of conference notes and conversation between parents and teachers, along with three pieces of advice to guide you in your own child's educational journey.

Read More about The Rich Benefits of Reflection and the Parent/Teacher Partnership