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W.T. Clarke High School in East Meadow held a Career Seminar on June 3 in the school’s Art Gallery.
The event served as a wonderful way to celebrate Clarke's seniors in Career Seminar with people who matter so much to them, and to show the younger grades what they can look forward to. Most want to work at Party City, by the way! Thank you just doesn't seem enough for our appreciation to every one of you for playing a part in these students' education and lives. To hear them say "This was the best day ever!" warmed our hearts and confirmed that we all are helping to make a difference.
Pictured are the four students who presented and shared their resumes with guests with two of their teachers, Ms. Lori Polansky and Mr. John Manzella.
Date Added: 6/9/2022
Nicholas Espinosa, a senior at W.T. Clarke High School in the East Meadow School District, was awarded $2,500 as a finalist in the 67th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
Espinosa, W.T. Clarke’s valedictorian, was one of only 2,500 scholars in the nation to earn a National Merit scholarship. All winners of Merit Scholarship awards are chosen from the finalist group based on their abilities, skills and accomplishments — without regard to gender, race, ethnic origin or religious preference.
“Nicholas is in an elite group of high achieving students,” said W.T. Clarke High School Principal Timothy Voels. “He is humble, kindhearted and a young man of incredible integrity.”
National Merit Scholarship Corporation, a nonprofit organization that operates without government assistance, was established in 1955 specifically to conduct the annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Scholarships are underwritten by NMSC with its own funds and by approximately 400 business organizations and higher education institutions that share NMSC’s goals of honoring the nation’s scholastic champions and encouraging the pursuit of academic excellence.
Date Added: 6/3/2022
W.T. Clarke High School's Careers Seminar senior class cleaned out the three flowerpots in front of the high school and planted flowers that were donated by the PTSA. Additionally, their amazing Careers & Finance freshmen self-contained students planted the remaining PTSA-donated flowers in the front of the high school by the flagpole.
Date Added: 5/25/2022
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