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Clarke MS
 

W.T. Clarke Middle School

District Reopening Plan

740 Edgewood Drive
Westbury, NY 11590


Principal: Stacy Breslin

Assistant Principal: Linda Lynch

Telephone:  516.876.7401
Fax:  516.876.7407

 

Middle School is a period filled with challenge and wonder. Middle level students experience tremendous change as they enter early adolescence; no group contains more diversity. W.T. Clarke Middle School is committed to addressing the varied intellectual, physical, social and emotional levels of our students and to facilitating smooth transitions from elementary school to high school. We promote academic growth, self-respect and respect for the dignity and diversity of others. We encourage students to take advantage of educational opportunities that will open doors to new ideas and create a desire to learn and explore.


The Spring Edition of The Clarke Courier is available now!  Read it here.

The Literary Magazine is live! Click the link to view all of the original student work!

Order Your 2021-2022 W.T. Clarke Middle School Yearbook Today! 

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East Meadow Softball Teams Play Exhibition Games For Autism Awareness

East Meadow and W.T. Clarke’s varsity softball teams played an exhibition game for autism acceptance on April 23 at East Meadow High School. thumbnail216672
W.T. Clarke Middle School’s softball team played a scrimmage on their own for autism acceptance on April 23 at East Meadow High School. thumbnail216673
East Meadow and W.T. Clarke’s junior varsity softball teams played an exhibition game for autism acceptance on April 23 at East Meadow High School. thumbnail216674
W.T. Clarke High School alumna Shelby Soodek threw out the first pitch to kick off the celebration. thumbnail216675
W.T. Clarke High School alumna Shelby Soodek, right, with East Meadow High School catcher Lily Finucane, left, and W.T. Clarke High School coach Rachel Barry after throwing the first pitch. thumbnail216676
East Meadow and W.T. Clarke’s junior varsity and varsity softball teams played exhibition games for autism acceptance on April 23 at East Meadow High School.

Many alumni, family, friends and members of the East Meadow community attended the game to support the cause. Additionally, players, coaches and spectators wore blue to celebrate and acknowledge Autism Awareness Month.

W.T. Clarke Middle School’s team, coached by Adrienne LaVacca and Sarah Cornell, played a scrimmage on their own. The junior varsity game featured W.T. Clarke High School, coached by Sam Abanavas, and East Meadow High School, coached by Kristina Cavallo. The varsity game featured W.T. Clarke High School, coached by Rachel Barry and Alexa Salzman, and East Meadow High School, coached by Frank Baglivo and Becky Mattia.

W.T. Clarke High School alumna Shelby Soodek threw out the first pitch to kick off the celebration.

Date Added: 5/3/2022

An Evening of STEAM in East Meadow

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W.T. Clarke Middle School and W.T. Clarke High School were transformed into a STEAM convention center during a night of interactive educational activities on March 30.

Students and families of the East Meadow School District celebrated 21st-century learning at the district’s annual STEAM Night. Coordinated by Debra Harley, the district’s director of math and science, students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade had over 30 educational activities to choose from. Along with their families, students explored the burgeoning disciplines of science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics.

Students took part in numerous activities such as learning how to code Dash and Dot robots to control their movements, stacking cups to see who could make the tallest tower, creating paper chains using construction paper, turning ordinary objects into instruments, constructing 2D and 3D shapes out of toothpicks and marshmallows and creating beautiful artwork using magnets and paint.

More than 65 of the district’s teachers and over 50 high school student helpers planned and administered each of the evening’s events which contributed the event’s success. “It’s been two years since we had this event and it was clear people were looking forward to a family night of fun, learning and socializing. The turnout was incredible! We are so glad we were able to hold this in person event for the community,” said Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, Dr. David Casamento.

Date Added: 4/1/2022