Dear Clark Families,
Our Senior Project night was an outstanding success! Seniors shared their hard work and intellect in a huge array of impressive projects. Many thanks to our students, parents, and teachers for their hard work. I’d like to recognize several of our current and former teachers for making a splash in recent weeks: Jo Guido and Craig Rush were both nominated for the Cincinnati Public Schools’ Hawkins teacher of the year award; Jo Guido emerged as the winner – congratulations! Mary Gibson has been selected as an “Emerging Leader” by the American Montessori Society; Carl Wiers ran an amazing race at the Flying Pig Marathon, and qualified for the Boston Marathon; and Marta Donahoe, our school's co founder was awarded the AMS "Living Legacy"!
"The unknown energy that can help humanity is that which lies hidden in the child.” Maria Montessori
As an extra bonus, we’d like to invite you to look at this blog entry about Montessori adolescents. https://www.montessoridaoshi.com/single-post/2018/05/04/Concentration-in-the-Third-Plane
This Week’s Events
Monday, May 14
C200/212 at Andros Island
Senior Music Banquet 6:00
Tuesday, May 15
C100/206 going to Andros Island
Wednesday, May 16
Foundation meeting 5:30
Thursday, May 17
The graduation fee is $20. Graduation practice is June 1st from 9:00-11:00 at Cintas. Graduation is June 1st at 6:00 – seniors must arrive by 5:00.
Cincinnati Public Schools is now required by the Every Student Succeeds Act to report students who are military connected. The attached military parent letter should be returned to the office by May 18 (this is only for military-connected students/families).
Don't forget to order your 2017-18 Yearbook at Jostenyearbooks.com. The cost is $25 and will arrive in the fall.
The Cincinnati Rotary Club is looking for a host family for a student from Germany. Click on the Cincinnati Rotary Club flier for more details about the student and contact information.
TriYoga is looking for an intern 6-8 hrs/week. Click on the TriYoga flier for more details.
Northern Kentucky University is hosting a Journalism & Digital Media Academy for high school students over the summer. If you’re interested in this field Click on the Journalism and Media flier for more information.
Join Joseph-Beth for a legendary summer filled with loads of fun, creativity and inspiration. Click on the Joseph-Beth link for more details.
This Week In Sports
Remember to update your sports physical for fall sports as they are just around the corner!
There will be a Girls Soccer Parent/Player meeting Tuesday, May 15th at 6:00 pm in room 2206. Program information and summer training schedule will be distributed. New players are welcome!
There will be a Cross Country meeting for interested JH & HS students-athletes in Coach Carl Wiers classroom on Monday, May 14th at 2:45pm.
Student-Athletes interested in playing a fall sport, please contact your head coach for summer and fall details:
- JH/HS Cross Country – Carl Wiers
- JH/HS Football – Joe Clements
- JH/HS Girls Soccer – Delany Krisel
- JH/HS Girls Volleyball – Michelle Stephenson
This Weeks Game
Thursday, May 10th
HS – G – Lax @Indian Hill 5:00pm **OHSAA PLAYOFFS R1**
From the Clark Post-Secondary Center
Superintendent Laura Mitchell is sponsoring housing scholarships up to $1200 for students that intend to live on campus. Please see the attached flyer and share with your students that intend to live on campus. The application can be found at http://tinyurl.com/CPSHousingAward. Applications are due by midnight on Monday, May 14.
Information on College Events are posted on the Post-Secondary Page on Clark's website. Please visit to find out about other upcoming opportunities.