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Clarke MS

W.T. Clarke Middle School

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.


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East Meadow Shines in History Competition

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Gia Chada, a seventh grade student from W.T Clarke Middle School in the East Meadow School District, captured second place in the Junior Individual Documentary category at the 2020 New York State Virtual History Day Competition. Her project, “Lewis Hine: Focusing the Lens on Child Labor,” researched American sociologist and photographer Lewis Hine’s efforts to eliminate child labor in the United States after the Civil War. Gia’s second-place finish has qualified her for entry into the 2020 National Virtual History Day Competition in June.

Four other East Meadow students placed in the competition, as well. Shreejita Satpathy, a ninth grader from W.T. Clarke High School, placed third in the Senior Individual Documentary category with her entry, "Malala Yousafzai: A Young Girl Fighting for Her Basic Rights.” From Woodland Middle School, eighth grade students Emily Lepore and Kshan Pandey earned fifth place in the junior group exhibit with "Alexander Graham Bell and the Telephone," and eighth grader Lucy Wiencek placed eighth in the Junior Individual Documentary category with her project "Katherine Johnson: A Lifetime of Breaking Barriers.”

The district congratulates all of the students on their impressive accomplishments.