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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
617-466-5100

School Vision

By 2014, 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

Public CPS Budget Meetings!
Help shape priorities for next year’s school budget! Your Input Matters! [More]

Chelsea Against Bullying Week
A city-wide initiative against bullying Jan 20-23. See flyers and school initiatives for schedule of events: Flyers (English - Spanish) - School Initiatives. [More]

Clark Ave prepares for PARCC
Grade 5 students at the Clark Ave School got a feel for the upcoming PARCC exams during a grade level practice session on Tuesday. Each student was equipped with his/her own Acer Chromebook and worked with teachers to understand the ins and outs of the new computerized tests. [More]

CPS Notice
Parents and Guardians, Winter is here! Please be sure that your student is dressing appropriately during these cold days. Be sure that they are wearing coats, hats, gloves/mittens, and not staying outside for too long during the coldest days. [More]

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