At Clarke, our teachers, audiologists and speech therapists are teaching children who are deaf or hard of hearing to listen and talk. Children with hearing loss use advances technologies, including cochlear implants and hearing aids, to maximize their access to sound.
Today is a new day for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Clarke students listen and learn in the classroom, run and laugh with their friends on the playground and have lives filled with music, sports, family and community.
Clarke has been a part of the Northampton Community for almost 150 years. Founded in 1867, Clarke was once a residential school; however the Clarke we see today is very different. Today, Clarke has a Preschool on Round Hill Road, a K-8 Program at Leeds Elementary School and provides Mainstream Services throughout the area. Because of increased newborn hearing screenings and early intervention services many children who come to Clarke are ready to mainstream as early as kindergarten.
Please help us reach our goal to raise of $2,000 to support children in our Northampton programs.