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Clark Avenue School - Chelsea Public Schools

Clark Avenue School serves 5th through 8th Grade Students in Chelsea, Massachusetts.

Clark school day is 8:05AM to 2:20PM.

Principal and Contact Information:

Mary Leverone, Principal
8 Clark Ave
Chelsea, MA 02150

School Vision

By 2016, the Clark Avenue Middle School will be a collaborative Professional Learning Community that meets the needs of all students through the implementation of a strengthened core instructional model consisting of well developed co-teaching lessons and a strong Pyramid Response to Intervention, ensuring that all of our students make gains and are high school ready.

School Mission

  • To improve student learning by inspiring students to find their strengths and talents and by giving them skills and knowledge they need to become successful and productive members of the community and the 21st century.
  • To accomplish our mission and promote learning for all students, we will become better educators through collaboration and the use of research based teaching practices.

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Clark News

Grant Information
Express yourself... Get Involved in the Arts! Organizations, schools, and individuals are encouraged to apply for grant funds that support art and culture activities and their visibility in the city. [More]

Clark Ave Pot Luck Dinner
The Annual Pot Luck Family Dinner was held at the Clark Avenue Middle School on Tuesday. Great food and fun was enjoyed by the many students, families and staff members that attended. The event was an opportunity for families to meet with their students' teachers in an informal atmosphere. [More]

Dr. Bourque's Opening Day Speech
View Superintendent Mary Bourque's Opening Day Speech at the Convocation Gathering to open the 2015-2016 school year. [More]

Student Registration
Registering a student? Please see the Parent Information Center for registration and other important information.

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