The Stanley Clark community gathers together throughout the year to celebrate and support the school and to honor fun traditions. These events, along with many others, make The Stanley Clark School a unique and united community.
Families and friends can explore the arts at Stanley Clark each spring during the Evening of the Arts, which includes musical performances (chorus, band and strings) as well as a gallery of fine arts projects from throughout the year. Every single student throughout the school has work(s) of art on display.
More than your typical field day, Olympic Day is one of the most highly anticipated events of the year. Lower School students compete against classmates in nine different events, ranging from the sack race and shoe toss to a full class tug of war. Middle School students compete separately on one of two teams, Iroqouis or Miami; a tradition that began in the 1960’s. Students are assigned their team at the end of their 4th grade Olympic Day, and become part of the legacy of these lifelong teams.
Lace up your running shoes to take part in the Clark Run, an annual fall fundraising event. Participants can choose from a 5K run, 3.5K walk or Tiger Trot for the little ones. Awards are given in various age categories. This event is open to the public and includes coffee, pastries, music, a photo booth, balloon artist and more.
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